Quick look at Annabelle's Volumelash.com mascara:
The packaging is much better than most drugstore mascaras. It comes in a sleek metallic red tube:
What makes this mascara unique, is the applicator wand that features both a brush and a comb. I took a side view of the brush so you can see how the top half has brush bristles, while the bottom half has comb-like bristles:
This was the very first time I used the mascara so you can see application was clumsy - there was a bit of clumping because I was trying to get as much volume as possible using the comb side.
Without mascara Take 2:
With mascara Take 2:
Hopefully you can see that once I got the hang of the applicator, it doesn't clump anymore. This time I used the comb first to dispense as much product as possible, wiggling the wand at the same time. Followed immediately with the brush side to get rid of excess product (reducing clumpage).
It doesn't give much length, but provides subtle, natural looking volume. Great for natural look but not if you want dramatic results.
Product is not waterproof but held up fine for me. I've never had problems with any non-waterproof mascara though so it'll depend on your skin type.
A final side by side comparison. Left side without mascara, right side with mascara:
Provides natural, subtle volume
Choice of two brush types to apply the product
Elegant packaging for a drugstore product
Does not lengthen much
Volumizing power isn't much either if you like a lot of volume (L'oreal's Volumizing mascara works better for a more dramatic look)