Anyone who's been keeping an eye on my blog over the last couple of months (hello to you!) will know Dior has added a new mascara to its collection - this one available exclusively in Selfridges, both in store and online.
I was lucky enough to get my hands on the product, a few days ahead of its official release in shops and it's been added to my every day make-up bag and replaced my trusty Blink & Go's mascara - for now, anyway.
It's been 10 years since Dior first introduced Diorshow - and there's been quite a few changes since then.
Today's mascara - the one pictured below - combines an original 'nano brush' (no, I'm none the wiser, either) and a high-precision, serum treatment formula.
Here's the blurb: "Diorshow New Look multiplies volume lash by lash, both instantly and on a daily basis. It has an exceptional capacity for widening all eyes, whatever their shape, whatever their lash length. Lashes are instantly thicker, extended at a wider angle and appear infinitely more numerous."
Does it live up to its claims, then?
The first thing I noticed was the product's unusual looking brush applicator was tiny - probably the smallest I'd ever seen in a mascara. But while it was undoubtedly small, it didn't seem to make it any more effective. Having said that, it probably makes applying mascara on the lower lashes (something I don't do) a little less tricky.
In terms of the length and volume, this doesn't do a better job than any other mascara I've tried, but it does do a sterling job of separating the lashes.
What I will say about Diorshow (which retails at £23, by the way) is that it offers a more natural look.
I can't say I've had any compliments while wearing this and I haven't noticed a huge difference in the look of my lashes, but it does really coat each individual lash with product and doesn't give that awful spider legged 'stuck together lashes' effect.
Have you tried this mascara? What mascara do you use?
FTC Disclaimer: This product was sent to me for review consideration from the Selfridges affiliate programme's team. All opinions are my own and 100% honest, as always.