First impressions: The name threw me initially. Going by the name alone I thought it was some sort of eye-lash primer. Upon taking the lid off I realised it was indeed a mascara. It does have somewhat of a strong smell but it isnt overpowering.
Application: The applicator is one of those new style moulded plastic/rubbery head rather then a brush with bristles. It took a few attempts to get the mascara and my eyelashes right. There was lots of clumping whilst I worked out how exactly to use the new shaped head. Although in essence the shape is quite similar to the original 'brush' heads, the method of application I found to be quite different. I had to be more careful with how I applied the mascara in order to avoid all my lashes sticking together.
Wear and tear: It lasted really well. I even slept in it too see how I looked in the morning and to my pleasant suprise - no panda eyes! I was impressed with that. Despite its long-lasting abilities it came off really easy aswell when I washed my face.
Would you buy it?: In the end I worked out how best to use the applicator and was really happy with the results. I think now because I have used it several times there is a chance I would buy it. It takes some getting the hang of it - (which really suprised me)!
Scorecard: 8/10. I did like the way it didn't leave me with panda eyes - and I did have a lot on. I liked the thick, full lashes it gave me (considering I have blond lashes so I dont look like I have any without mascara!). The only thing that I didn't like was the time it took me to get use the the applicator. However, now I am use to it I do almost prefer the moulded head over the traditional brush