We'll first go over the basics - it's a very wet ink, and will flow generously out of pens. This also makes it prone to bleed on the worst of papers, although I haven't found it to be troublesome (despite for longer drying times due to sheer wetness) on friendly papers. No water resistance to note of!
I'll be first to admit that I don't like the color. I like blue-blacks, but this one is just too teal for my tastes. Still, it is acceptable when used in a very wet pen, where it almost looks black.
Staples Bagasse paper; I dip tested this, and thus it blobbed in the start.
Daiso notebook paper
So, now you're probably thinking that this is quite a run-of-a-mill ink. Not quite.
To end this review, I'll just slip in this scandalous photo.
(No, no photoshop/glitter was used here. I hope I got you sheen fans swooning!)
Edited by bioluminescentsquid, 21 March 2016 - 07:17.