Thursday 9 August 2012

Benefit They're Real! Mascara Anniversary Set - Review

It is hard to believe that Benefit They're Real! Mascara is just a year old, such is its status and popularity in the beauty world (UK's no1 best selling mascara!) that it feels like it has been around for years. To celebrate the one year anniversary Benefit have released a limited edition set which features the full size mascara (8g) and a bonus deluxe mini size mascara (4g) for the same price as the usual mascara. The mini will come in very handy for travel!

Benefit say

they're real! lengthens, curls, volumises, lifts & separates. Our jet black, long-wearing formula won’t smudge or dry out. A specially designed brush reveals lashes you never knew you had!

My thoughts

Wow, just wow! This mascara is fantastic, 2 coats and I look like I have sexy, flutterworthy lashes that are so long they look false and can be seen from afar... I found the mascara to completely live up to the hype, it didn't clump, smudge or flake. Impressive.

The mascara is neither too wet or dry, just perfect and a nice, deep black shade.

Thanks to the design of the brush you can really coat each and every lash if you want to, I just prefer not to get too close to my inner eyes..

Of course a mascara review is nothing without before and after pics! What do you think?



Benefit They're Real! Mascara Anniversary Set costs £18.50 and is available nationwide from the 18th August.

*PR Sample


  1. Hmmmm, this review is really tempting me! I didn't know it was the biggest selling, wowsers! I think I'm gonna have to give in...

  2. I LOVE this mascara, I really think it gives better results than the numerous other mascaras I have tried but I find it dries out really quickly - have you found that? Despite that I have repurchased it as I just love the results - gorgeous lashes!! :-)

    1. I know someone else who said that but mine hasn't dried out and is still going strong now


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