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Tuesday, 18 July 2017

Dior Pump'N'Volume Mascara - The Squeezy Mascara

DIORSHOW PUMP'N'VOLUME



Super quick one from me today, as Ive gone and caught myself a summer cold and currently look like Uncle Fester and very much need to go back to my cave, AKA my bed. 
I'm currently surviving solely on Lemsip and Sudafed, so forgive me if this review lacks any sense or purpose.
Im in some kind of sickness fog.

 Anyway, enough of the Woe is me, lets talk about my new mascara find! 
Mascara launches come two a penny nowadays, and don't tend to cause too much excitement in the beauty world anymore, until now! 
Beauty power house, Dior have released their new mascara Pump'N'Volume and perhaps have maybe changed the way mascaras are packaged forever. 
The mascara packaging is as always for Dior, sexy and sophisticated. But instead of the normal hard tube containing the product, Dior have designed a squeezy rubber tube that you pump to activate.
Genius.


DIORSHOW PUMP'N'VOLUME

So now instead of pumping your mascara wand in and out of the tube (trapping air back in it as it goes and allowing bacteria to get in, and the air to dry up the product) you just give it a couple of squeezes and Bob's your uncle (or in this case Dior),  you've softened the formula making it as good as new again. 

The mascara itself creates a lot of volume in just a few swipes, so anyone with fine sparse lashes would see great results with it. 
My lashes are curly, but extremely fine (I look like a mole) so this works perfectly on me.
 I would definitely recommend giving this a go at a Dior counter, if you have the same lash concerns as myself. 

DIORSHOW PUMP'N'VOLUME

Excuse the shit application, I hadnt breathed out of my nose for 48 hours by this point and was on the verge of a full on melt down until the other half presented me with the best gift you could possibly give to a person who is full of the lurgy.
Sudafed.  
So the above lash has on just one half arsed coat, which is still not bad considering I didnt even try.

My only concerns is the tube is most likely going to get a bit grubby over time, which is a bummer but for the super lashes it gives me I guess I could forgive it. 

Am off to top myself back up with Lemsip, and create a Kate shaped mould in my bed. 




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12 comments

  1. Sorry to hear you're feeling ill - get well soon! I always used to use Dior mascara and it was fab - this sounds great too x

    Jenny | LuxeStyle

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  2. I will definitely be checking this out I am in need of a new mascara to try :) x

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  3. Hope you feel better soon! I love the sound of this mascara though! Thanks for sharing! xo

    Hanney | www.blogabouthanney.com

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  4. That Mascara looks AMAZING 😍 xoxo

    http://www.Raexoxo.com & http://www.RaexoxoMonthly.com

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  5. This mascara looks fab it definetely looks like it has amazing coverage I just think that it might get clumpy if you use a fair amount of product? Thanks for sharing?

    Kayleigh Zara 🌿www.kayleighzaraa.com

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  6. I have been actually hearing about this new line, and was wondering if it was worth the price. I will check it out now, thanks. And I hope you feel better soon, hon. Blessings!

    Claudia
    http://avalon-media.org

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  7. I love Dior's mascara! Especially when i have those stubborn lashes that don't want to curl :(

    Stephanie | www.stephykeung.com

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  8. I need to try this. This sounds really interesting.
    Hope you get well soon also.
    Thanks for sharing

    www.seeweardo.co.uk

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  9. Hope you feel better soon! I have never tried this mascara may check this one out x

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  10. Thank you for reviewing this. I have wondered how well this would work ever since I received the notification that it was releasing at Sephora. I worried the formula would dry out faster with pumping. This helps me decided whether or not to purchase.

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  11. Hope you're feeling better! This is such an interesting concept, and so much better than pumping the wand because like you said, I always find that drys my mascara out super quick. Great review!

    Faye Jessica x
    fayejessica.wordpress.com

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