Dior has just debuted the latest in high-tech mascaras, and like the vibrating and ball-shaped mascara wands before it, this new modification is sure to launch scads of imitators. The new mascara, DiorShow 360 ($36), carries quite the price tag but promises that its double helix-shaped bristles and spinning wand will "mimic a makeup artist's application technique for a perfect 360-degree lash-styling effect." That's a pretty tall order for any product, and to be honest, I was a little scared of putting something spinning (and perhaps lash-pulling) next to my eye. I tried it anyway, though. So get ready to see whether the spinning helix brush is worth its weight in gold.
Thanks to our very generous friends at Sephora, we're giving away a different product every day throughout the month of June. Congratulations to jill_elaine, who won yesterday's giveaway for N.V. Perricone Ceramic Skin Smoother Finishing Serum.
This week, we're featuring products exclusively available at Sephora, such as Dior Diorshow Black Out Mascara ($23). If you want intense eyes, look no further—this limited-edition mascara delivers the drama with just one coat. It's infused with black powder to mimic the Dior makeup artists' trick of sprinkling lashes with powder prior to applying mascara. The result: The blackest black lashes you've ever seen. Check out my review on this mascara here.
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If you pay attention to the hype, you might think that Dior's DiorShow Mascara can do no wrong. Indeed, the original DiorShow is a pretty amazing mascara. So when the limited-edition Dior DiorShow Black Out Mascara ($23) hit stores, I rushed out to get a tube. The mascara promised to be darker and more dramatic than the original, as well as to curl, lengthen, and add shine and volume to lashes.
Until now, I had never considered the possibility that a mascara could be too dramatic. But honestly, Black Out is too dark for me, so read more