Agree with everyone else who says
this is expensive for what it is( a lot more expensive in europe, believe me, like 3 times ..)
spider legs .
It dOES give you big lashes tho , no kidding .. what i'm looking for is one that does the same thing without all the clumps and stickiness.only then, i'm willing to pay the price tag on this one.
Besides my chanel this is my favorite mascara!
This was just okay. I wouldnt go as far to say terrible, but for the price I was expecting MUCH more.
I have tried almost everything out there, including regular DiorShow, and this is somewhere right in the middle of the worst and best mascaras I've tried. I find LashBlast to be the best mascara out there right now.
That being said, I'm bringing this back and spending my 35 bucks elsewhere.
Best mascara I've ever used. I have the waterproof version; it is so waterproof that it stays on even if I wear it in the shower! Only complaint is that it can get a little clumpy, and that it is so longwearing it can be hard to remove!
It didn't do anything it claims to do. I was really hoping it would... but it doesn't deliver. I returned this right away.
When I first heard about the mascara, I was pretty skeptical. But having bought & used it, I find myself a true believer.
It's the blackest black mascara I've ever tried. It not only gives you great definition but also lengthens your eye lashes. To me it looks as if I've lined my eyes, when I haven't. The brush is definitely the key here. It spreads the mascara evenly over each lash so you don't get that nasty clumping effect.
All in all, I think it's great. The only thing is that it retails in Myer for about $51 a pop. Which I feel is really expensive. My advise would be to probably look for it over the net, etc.
After DiorShow dried out on me fairly quickly, I was hesitant to try another Dior mascara, but was interested in the new waterproof formula for Blackout. Overall, I feel Blackout is superior to DiorShow, as it has yet to clump on me at all. I'm impressed! I love the deep black color and how it only takes one swipe.
well i ran out of my favourite mascara (badgal lash) so i decided to give something new a try. diorshow mascara always seems to be a popular choice for sephora shoppers so i decided to go with that. when i went to pick it up i noticed blackout and thought that it would probably be the better choice since i thought it was pretty much the same, just blacker. and the blacker the better, in my mind.
so anyways, i go this home and it just didn't really match up to all the hype. yes it's black as black can be. and yes it does volumize. my problem is that the formula seems to clump my lashes together instead of separating them and weighs them down a lot so i lose my curl. it's also pretty hard to get off at the end of the night (much harder than my badgal lash) and it leaves that inevitable smudge on my lower lash line at the end of the day. it doesn't seem to flake at all, which is nice, but it does make my lashes feel a bit stiff and plasticy. if the price was lower, i'd buy it again, but for $8 more than badgal lash, i'll stick with benefit.
i'm pretty sure this formula is different from the original diorshow mascara so i'll still give that a try when this runs out.
I absolutely adore regular ol' Diorshow, but was always slightly dissatisfied with the colour of it (not as black as I'd like it to be). So, I thought I'd give Black Out a whirl.
Upon initial application, I already felt a huge deal of regret for not purchasing that regular ol' Diorshow with I adore.
Kicking myself even further for not returning it.
For one, the brush is considerably smaller than the one in the Diorshow tube (yet is still larger than conventional mascara).
Yes, it's blacker, but the formula is of a completely different consistency. I found it to be quite wet-- the dry consistency of the original Diorshow is what I like about it.
Black Out left my lashes ultra long, but that was about it. No volume, whatsoever. You also have to be careful as to how much you apply-- it's easy to get clumped-together, spiky-looking lashes.
I find that coating my lashes with powder improves the application a bit-- but not much. I don't get that gorgeous, false lash look with Black Out.
The only upside is it doesn't dry out as quickly as the original Diorshow mascara. That's pretty much all I like about it.
I really really wanted to like this mascara I mean the way the lady at Sephora descibed this stuff I thought I would look like I had false eyelashes on ( I didnt) I fall for it everytime I guess the only way to look like you have thick full long eyelashes are to wear fake ones or be born with them which I was not. This stuff was really expensive for the quality to be simply ok I mean I don't think its any better then all the other ones out there its very "black" but my eyelashes are already black so big woop