The product is packaged in a plastic compact, which does feel quite cheap, but it does the job in protecting the product inside, and isn't bad at all considering the price paid. Furthermore, it is quite sleek and thin, and a good sized mirror is included, therefore making it really easy to travel around with. Also, a sponge was included inside as well, however, I personally don't think it would be suitable to apply the product with.
I think there is only one shade available, and it is 720A Sunny, the colour isn't too light or dark, it goes pretty well for my light-medium skin tone, it may not suit those who are fair or dark skinned. The product does lean towards the more orange side of bronzers, but if applied correctly, it shouldn't be too orange to the point that you'll end up looking like an oompa loompa. Therefore this is perfect for giving a lovely bronzed healthy glow to the skin, however this also means that it wouldn't be very suitable for contouring the face, as a more cool-toned product would be better for that.
The powder is very smooth and blendable, therefore making it easier to achieve a natural finish on the skin. It is also reasonably pigmented, it isn't too pigmented, which is great, as you wouldn't want patches of bronzer on the skin looking too obvious, but it is pigmented enough to show up the skin.
I definitely would recommend this for those who are looking for a very affordable bronzer from the drugstore, this is available at Superdrug for only £1.99, which is an amazing bargain!
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