Are you ready for a serious load of lash envy? Good. But first, we need to talk, because there’s no getting around them. The Hadid sisters are everywhere! Dior now made Bella, the younger one, their spokesperson for their newest Diorshow mascara. But now let’s talk about the important stuff: Make up!
For a lot of women (and some men), mascara ist THE holy grail product. Life just seems to be better with luscious lashes!
Dior already presented some hypeworthy products in this regard: The Diorshow Mascara, which launched in 2002, still has a lot of fans. The newest add to the Diorshow range is inspired by the backstage area of Dior’s fashion shows.
Peter Philips, creative and image director of Christian Dior Makeup (oh I love him), created really dramatic eye looks for 2017.
The new mascara is great to accompany an intense eye make up, because it gives instant and frankly, pretty extreme volume:
Diorshow Pump’n’Volume Mascara, US$ 29.50
The most interesting part is the innovative packaging: By pumping the soft (!) rubber tube, the creamy mascara formula is softened and the brush evenly coated. In squeezing the tube regularly, the product is said to stay perfectly smooth and also last longer!
The brush itself is furnished with rather short bristles and is therefore completely different to the original Diorshow mascara.
Now to the important question: is it any good?
The mascara gives beautiful und dramatic volume for breathtaking lashes. The formula can be a bit sticky, so it’s better to have an extra spooly nearby to avoid clumps.
The innovative packaging is very interesting and I’m curious to see if squeezing the tube really makes it longer!
Here’s an image of me with the mascara on «au naturel» eyes…
I highly recommend going to your local Dior counter to get lost in the beautiful colours and swatch away!
Have a great Monday and don’t forget to follow Hey Pretty on Instagram, okay?
The Diorshow Pump’n’Volume Mascara is available now at all Dior counters worldwide.
The products reviewed in this post were sent to me free of charge by the brand or its PR agency.