If you have cooler toned skin and are in the market for a cream bronzer, RMS Buriti is definitely worth checking out. Colour wise, I'd describe Buriti as a rosy, reddish brown with zero orange in it. When I first swatched this on my wrist in store, I was skeptical because of how rosy it looked - I'd expected it to be much browner. But the thing is, the rosy tones end up working really well once on your face because it perfectly mimics the flattering glow of slightly sun burnt skin (we're not talking lobster red here but the type of flush you'd get from lingering a little too long at the beach).
For this reason, I tend to think that Buriti would work best on cooler toned complexions (all the way from very light to very dark since this is a product where you can easily control the intensity.) However, for those with olive or yellow undertones in their skin, I think the rosiness of this product might be a problem because the slightly ruddy sun-burnt effect would look unnatural. (For reference, I have fair, neutral leaning slightly cool skin and burn super easily in the sun.)
Finish-wise, this gives your skin a soft luminescent sheen so if you like to keep things matte, this isn't for you. However, there's zero shimmer or glitter - it just looks subtly glowy. Application is super easy - dab finger into pot, dab on cheekbones and tap it in in light blending motions. I would say that the lasting power could be better (wears off after 3 hours) but for cream products, that's par for the course. Also the packaging is perfect for slipping into my handbag and touching up during the day. Overall, I'm happy with this product and would rebuy it if it got lost.