Love the product, hate the packaging. I have this in abricot transparent, a good match for my pale yellow-toned skin. I actually like the very slight iridescence; it seems to reflect the light and prevent my very dry skin from looking too matte. I also enjoy the retro fragrance (reminiscent of Bourjois' classic Soir de Paris); whilst I do see that it might not be to everyone's taste, it adds to a general sense of boho-ish glamour. So, four lippies it is.
... where it all falls down, however, is the packaging. The concept of powder in a brush is a good one, but this doesn't quite make the grade; for a start, it's hard to figure out how to start using it - I ended up dismantling mine by mistake, and had a highly frustrating time putting it back together. Secondly, as the previous reviewer pointed out, it looks as though the brush would be difficult to clean (as you can't remove it); didn't realise this before I bought it, otherwise I might not have bothered. Finally, since you can't shut off the flow of powder to the brush, it would be ill-advised to carry this in your bag, unless you want to end up with a powder bomb like those Fathers for Justice pelted Tony Blair with. The maddening thing is, I probably will buy this again as I have a hard time finding powder that doesn't make me look dried out; however since it's no more convenient in the long run than ordinary loose powder, perhaps Bourjois would consider making a boxed version?