It is a matte bronzing powder that has a really soft texture and a nice subtle color for those with lighter skin tones.
Isn't it a delicious looking bronzer? It's known as the chocolate bronzing powder because of the little squares that are reminiscent of candy bars. I love the design so hard. It's so cute and whimsy, not at all serious. I got this in shade 51 which is the lighter one of the two (52 is a tad darker) and I really love it. I like the "lift" that it gives without the theatrics of shimmers, sparkles and glitter. I don't like looking overly bronzed because it looks unnatural and you know the lighting in the office emphasizes stuff like that. I love shimmers a lot, possibly more than the average person, but it can be distracting in a professional setting.
That's why I've been loving this Bourjois one. To me, it's a real fool proof non-desperate bronzer that I can really count on at the moment for lifting my face and also emitting a nice healthy glow.
I still love my Dior Amber Diamond just as equally! I just love hoarding blushers, bronzers, highlighters... any kind of cheek makeup. Another thing I like about this powder is that it's inexpensive unlike the Dior counterpart. It's a quality matte bronzer that under $15.00 and can be found on many online stores. Definitely a thumbs up on this discovery!
Do you have a favorite bronzing powder or bronzer at the moment? :)