Holy Pigmentation Batman!! This gloss goes on more opaque than most lipsticks. If it weren't such a pretty color, obviously that would be a bad thing, but this is maybe the only nude WnW lip product that actually flatters me.
The color is adequately described as "Bronze Berry" because it rather uniquely looks slightly brown/nude and also somewhat rosy with, as others have noted a golden metallic sheen finish.
It is shiny, it is packed with color, it is rather frosty and therefore this will not be well-received by everyone despite the amazing price.
I purchased this because the lighter WnW glosses looked super frosty and unwearable, and I'm not a regular wearer of colors darker than this, so this is the only shade that caught my eye. WnW is heavily populated with a ton of cool-toned lip products, which make me look dead, and their warmer ones turn orange on me, so this is a happy medium if you are looking for a neutral lipgloss that has a little something extra. And by extra I mean, of course, the hint of frostiness that WnW is known for in their lipglosses/sticks.
This formula is pretty freaking awesome, if not super long-wearing (it's a gloss, so I'm not going in with the expectation that this is going to last through a cup of coffee). It is smooth, creamy, moisturizing, very pigmented but EVEN. Really not sticky, which is both a blessing (feels great on the lips) and a curse (as mentioned, not long wearing). So impressed am I with the texture and feel of this gloss, that I really wish WnW would bust out with more colors and add in some more everyday wearable lipglosses that aren't either super pale or super bright/dark.
This is about $2, so it goes without saying you're getting quality that is disproportionate to the price, if this is indeed "your color". This shade seems to be frequently sold out at many drugstores, leaving only that ice pink one we've all tried in high school, and the cool toned bronze one, behind to choose from. It's been a while since I've owned those, but as I recall, neither of those colors floated my boat. This one, however, is a keeper. I found mine at a well-stocked Rite Aid.