The product is packaged in the typical NARS black rubberised compact, it does tend to be a magnet for dust and fingerprints, which can be slightly frustrating for some, but doesn't really bother me too much. And there is a good reason for the rubberised finish, it's supposed to act as a shock absorber, therefore minimising the risk of the powder shattering.
There are 34 shades available, and of course, I have #Douceur, which is a neutral rosey matte brown shade, I love these types colours as it literally goes with every makeup look, furthermore, it looks really natural and not only can it be used as a blush, but can also be used for a subtle contour too. This would look absolutely stunning for those who have fair-medium skin, I don't think it would show up very well on those have darker skin.
The texture of the powder is very smooth and soft, therefore glides onto the skin very beautifully, and blends in very well. The blush is well pigmented, but it isn't too pigmented that you can go overboard with, as you wouldn't want to end up looking like a clown, but it can be built up to quite a strong colour if you layered it.
If you've been considering to purchase this blush, I definitely urge you to purchase this as soon as possible before they discontinue it. These are available for £22.50, I purchased mine from asos, with a 20% student discount code.