Christian Dior established himself with a feminine and rich collection that revolutionized fashion in 1947. His clothes quickly became known as the “New Look.” Dior channeled this revolutionary tenor with the launch of Diorshow New Look mascara.
The most unusual feature of this new mascara is the nano brush. Unlike the huge brush on the original Diorshow mascara, the nano brush is more nimble and precisce, allowing for maximum coverage.
I’m not sure how thickening this mascara is, but I love the lengthening and definition. My lashes are long, but thin and blond at the end. Using New Look, my lashes were emphasized, lengthened and stretched. Dior’s exclusive 3D effect, Dior Black Glass pigment, makes the black version super inky and shiny.
There are long term benefits to this mascara as well. Royal jelly extract works to repair damaged parts of the lash fiber. Diorshow New Look reacts to body heat, allowing the serum to release its potent active ingredients as close as possible to the lash line. My lashes have been more resiliant and I can’t wait to see what even longer term use will provide.
If you somehow missed the Dior mascara craze over the past 10 years, here’s some mandatory reading:
In 2002, Dior introduced Diorshow, the first Dior mascara directly inspired by professional makeup artist’s techniques. Backstage at fashion shows, artists would use a toothbrush to create a dramatic, voluminous lash look. With its one-of-a-kind XL brush, Diorshow created explosive volume for a stunning catwalk look and has since become a cult favorite.