Best mascare to ever coat my lashes. Ever. I love playing up my lashes, no matter what the occasion and I don't believe in wearing falsies. This product truly makes my lashes touch my eyebrows, and they look so PLUSH. I don't even need to use a curler before application. If you are looking for vixen eyes, 2 coats of this and you are set! The only complaint I would have is just how quickly the formula becomes clumpy, but still not enough of an issue for me.
i had been using the They're real mascara from benefit for a while but i started using this a couple of months ago and its my new favourite, its extremely lengthening, and if you do a second layer u can get a wonderful volume as well, theres not much left to say about it, i just love it though!
It smells like roses. Can we just talk about how it smells like roses? Why would Dior think it would be a good idea to put fragrance near eyes? If you have sensitive eyes or contacts then I would NOT recommend this for you. I don't have sensitive eyes or contacts so it was fine for me. I actually found the scent rather pleasant but that still doesn't change the fact that I think having a fragrance that close to your eyes it not a good idea. That's where deducting the first lippie comes from.
The second one comes from the price. $25 for a mascara. Let's just talk about that. You're paying for a name, essentially. You get a huge brush and it really makes your eyelashes plush and full looking. But with a big brush comes a big mess. I always carefully applied this but I ALWAYS got mascara all over my eyeshadow masterpiece no matter how carefully I applied it.
If I were rolling in the dough, I would buy this mascara again but I'm not and I have found comparable mascaras that do the same thing without smelling like roses, making a mess, and costing me $25 plus tax. It's definitely worth a go to try the iconic mascara but as for me? I won't be repurchasing anytime soon.
I've tried lots of mascaras, and I just keep coming back to this one! Yes, the brush is large but I really like and appreciate that. It smells faintly of roses and to me it truly feels luxe. Lots of people aren't impressed with this mascara, but I am a superfan! I use 2-3 coats and makes my eyelashes big, bold, and nicely separated. perfection :)
This mascara is my all-time favorite mascara that I've used. However, to get the intended effect of Diorshow, you need to apply more than one coat. Diorshow is meant to volumize and lengthen lashes, and it does just that, as long as more than one coat is used. Because of this I find myself buying this mascara in bulk...but it's definitely worth it. A lash primer under Diorshow works really well too, and if applied right, can even eliminate the need for a second or third coat!
For a mascara so expensive, it's shockingly average. While it did lengthen my lashes while also making them thicker, it smudged. I usually like big brushes, but this one is so huge, I find it hard to work with. It definitely does not get every lash. The formula is also a bit too thick/heavy. It's so obvious I'm wearing mascara when I have this on. Not worth the price at all. I've found many drugstore mascaras better than this.
Not bad, not awesome.. Result is comparable to some drug store mascaras..
This mascara smudged a lot under my eyes so I passed it on to my sister. She didn't have issues with it. Maybe it was my concealer that didn't agree with this but I actually find it difficult to work with such a big brush too, because I have pretty small eyes...
This absolutely comes close to Lancome's mascara's. Dior's make my lashes uber thick and doesn't clump. Def one great mascara and worth the price of admission.
Meh, just meh. Considering the price, I was hoping for so much more. I do like how it doesn't flake (even after 1.5 hours of sweating at the gym!) and I guess it's a bit volumizing, but that's it.