This has the same basic shape as most blindfolds, but it is a bit strange looking. Across the entire front of the blindfold are little plush studs. They cover up most of the front of the blindfold. At first it just seems strange, but I think it helps to block out more light by making the area around your eyes a bit thicker. It also gives the blindfold a friendlier, cuter appearance. This would be good for beginners that don't want something that looks too intimidating.
The blindfold is made of neoprene. It's a very soft material. It's slightly stretchy, but not much. The studs are very plush. The blindfold's strap has Velcro on it, unlike most blindfolds which have elastic straps. The Velcro wasn't very difficult, though the thickness of the strap might be uncomfortable for some. I'm used to a thin elastic strap; the strap on this is about 1". Both the soft and the rough Velcro strips are about 2 inches, which makes it very adjustable. It should fit most head sizes.
It's also a well-made blindfold. The studs around the corners of the mask can kind of be pulled up, but they're securely attached to the rest of the material.
You could say this is discreet by calling it a sleep-mask.
I like this blindfold. The studs really help block out quite a bit of light. There was a tiny bit of light that came in from around my nose, but nothing significant or anything that really bothered me. I think the studs are also cute and inviting.
The Velcro is a bit of a change from what I'm used to, but I'm not upset by it. I actually found it to be more comfortable than an elastic strap, because it's not squeezing into my head.
This blindfold is easy to take care of. You can wipe it with a damp cloth if you need to. I store mine in a toy box, but it can really be stored anywhere.