Terrible don't choose this one it's so heavy and weighs the lashes down and makes it stick together
answered 2 years, 6 months ago
i dont know but, i did notice this doesnt flake it really seperates and i just love it
The formula is so much better! I love the brush and fullness of Black but this formula makes your lashes stiff and they don't go anywhere.
This mascara is so great! I used to purchase Dior Blackout, which I also loved, but I did have some issues with it. Blackout tended to be hit or miss and would either look amazing or sticky and clumpy if I ever misapplied or put on too much. The benefit to New Look is that even if you put on too much it still looks good, and just gets blacker and fuller. Blackout had a great color, but after a while I was not even able to properly close the tube because of the dry clumps. I would recommend New Look if you are between these two products.
answered 3 years ago
(Garden City, NY)
I wouldn't go as far as to list ingredients, but if you layer Black Out after the first coat is already dry it will flake. Try to build it up while it is still pliant and it should not flake. New Look doesn't achieve that same effect but it is still worth a try. It can be layered under the Black Out. Hope that helps!
New Look doesn't flake, but is not as thickening as Blackout
answered 3 years, 1 month ago
I prefer the original formula...
answered 3 years, 1 month ago
I don't have an answer to the ingredient question, but can address the difference in mascaras.
It's very good, but very different from the other Dior mascaras. I didn't get any volume with New Look, but I did get length. The thing is, the brush is really teeny, like the brushes for lower lash mascara, so it took multiple coats (maybe five or six) to get a great effect. For comparison, I only need one coat of Iconic, Dior Show, Blackout, or others for my long thick lashes. New Look is good, but takes a long time to apply to get good results.
I just posted a review with more details.
Here's a picture of the New Look brush (the tiny one) and DiorShow Blackout (the biggest brush), along with Iconic on the end.
I'll definitely purchase it again when it's used up, but will only use it at night or when I want to make an impression, because it just took too much time to apply with all the coats needed.
I haven't had a problem with Blackout flaking. For what it's worth, I cried a bucket full of tears after watching a tearjerker movie last night. Even though New Look isn't waterproof, it didn't smudge, smear, flake, or disappear, which was pretty shocking, considering the amount of crying I did. When I went to the mirror, I expected to see it all over my face, but the only thing on my cheeks was remnants of my green liner. There was a small amount of lash clumping after all those tears, but I think my lashes probably would have clumped anyway.
Hope this helps answer part of your question.
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answered 3 years, 2 months ago
(LET'S ALL BE KIND TO EACH OTHER)
We currently do not have the listing of ingredients provided to us by Dior so you may want to check directly with them. The Blackout mascara has a thicker brush with close together bristles whereas the New Look mascara has the plastic bristles that give extra length and definition.
answered 3 years, 3 months ago
(San Francisco, CA)