Firstly the packaging is really nice and quite sleek with a black tube and gold wand handle. The wand is very thin with quite short, plastic bristles, I'd describe it more as a comb than a brush. It really separates the lashes however I don't notice any massive lengthening or volume, both of which this is supposed to give.
(Sorry about the creepy eye picture)
The formula is quite dry but after a few days you don't realise that it is a slightly drier formula than most mascaras. Even though it's on the drier side, it doesn't flake on the eyelashes. I find that it lasts for at least 8 hours before starting to flake off and smudge but it might be longer if you don't have oily eyes and skin.
Overall I really like this mascara for daily use as although it doesn't do anything special it separates my lashes so is perfect for a natural make up look. However if you like volumised lashes I would steer clear of this as I don't think this mascara does anything volumising wise. Even though I like this mascara, I wouldn't buy it again purely because I prefer mascaras which really lengthen my eyelashes.
Rimmel Glam Eyes mascara costs around £7.20 from here although Boots and Superdrug have offers on Rimmel most of this time.
What's your favourite mascara?