Move over Inimitable; here comes High Dèfinicils ($23.50). Back In 1991, Lancôme released its first-ever luxury mascara, called Définicils. Sixteen years later and after much success (more than 25 million tubes sold), it launched Dèfinicils Pro. This year Lancôme has expanded the line again with High Définicils, which joined the family in late January. Having used all three mascaras, I can say they are each wonderful for different reasons.
The original Définicils is a firm, straight brush that does a fantastic job of separating lashes. It's best suited for a polished, daytime look.
Définicils Pro has a curved brush that deposits more color at the base for a fuller, thicker look, and High Définicils has a bendy, rubber applicator to lengthen lashes and even give them a little bit of sheen. When Courbe Virtuose came out, I thought it was the be-all-end-all, but Lancôme is certainly providing steep competition. Are you interested in checking it out?