The packaging is simple, a plastic pot with a brown lid. The product itself is designed to be used as a primer, a 'tinted smoothing primer that evens and mattifies.' I personally found this a little too dark to use all over as a primer however as a cream bronzer it is perfect.
The product is a creamy mouse consistency which is surprisingly easy to work with. I use the Real Techniques Contour Brush or the Duo Fiber Contour Brush to apply it. I tend to gentle tap my brush into the product and blend it on the cheek bones and temples. The colour does seem like it could be a little orange but when blended onto the skin it gives a lovely natural bronze look.
I've found for a cream product this has really good wear time on me. Even though I have oily skin I find it doesn't slip off my face even without powder on top. I would recommend thought if you use powder to apply this before it and after foundation to get the best finish. The product does have a chocolatey scent to it which I personally like.
All in all i've been really impressed with this product and have worn it everyday since getting it. It has become a firm favourite of mine and is a great Summer product. The colour is definitely buildable and it is very easy to blend onto the skin, I think this would best suit pale to medium skintones.
Bourjois Bronzing Primer retails for £9.99.
Have you tried this or any of the new bronzing products from Bourjois?