Not terrible, but not good. The brush is so spikey that it basically stabbed my lash line when I caught it. It's pretty painful, and doesn't do that great of a job at lengthening or volumizing. The 3 zone brush concept was good, but it wasn't executed very well.
It makes it seem like I have three lashes because it makes them clump together that badly. I tried the mascara using the wand from my CG Lashblast, and my lashes came out looking pretty good. This make me this that clumpiness and overall bad appearance is the doing of the brush from hell.
It has pretty good longevity. I wore it on a rainy trip to the botanical gardens and it didn't run too badly, but it still ran. It has a little flaking and doesn't smudge or melt in humidity. But it wasn't worth the $9 ($12 without my CVS value card) that I spent on it and I probably won't get it again.
I cannot comment on the actual formula of the mascara. The brush caught my eye and so I tried it. It's impossible to use. The brush is not practical at all. It is awkward. I made a mess tryjng to get it on my lashes. It's ridiculous. So, the brush is what killed it for me even before I had a chance to think about the formula. I couldn't even figure out how to approach my eye with it. Total waste.
This mascara may catch your eye with its multi-color applicator but keep on walking. Hands down worst mascara ever. Brush is a saftey hazard with its sharp points and quality is poor, does not coat the lash at all. I threw it away after one application.
I am always trying new mascaras, so I was excited to see this at Walmart the other day. I was intrigued by the 3-sided brush, having green and white bristles like a traditional mascara, with alternating plastic bristles. I tend to like most Milani products but this mascara was a HUGE dissapointment. The main problem with it is that the plastic bristles are VERY sharp, they hurt! I couldn't apply this without feeling I was on the verge of poking my eye out. I have a Sonia Kashuk metal eyelash comb, and that's comparable to how sharp the bristles are. Also, when you pull the wand out of the tube, tons of mascara is on the end of the wand, resulting in a lot of waste. If they had made the plastic bristles softer, this might work. I would give this 0 lippies I could. Waste of $3.99!