The white dots on the pan make the blush looks very cute and exquisite and they go off with a few swipe of the brush.
Similar to Blush G Sakura, it is housed in a plastic case with a brush stored in the lower compartment of the blush.
I was really dying to try out the texture since I am still recovering from the terrible texture and pigmentation of Blush G Sakura. After trying Madam Rougit out for the past few days, my confidence in Guerlain blush went back up again. The texture is smooth and my Koyudo / MAC blush brush easily pick up the pigments. Pigmentation is also decent enough to show up on my NC30 skin with a gentle swipe of the brush.
The picture below show the swatch of the different shade in the blush pan and lastly a blended swatch of all shades in the pan. I noticed all shades except the coral shade in the middle of the pan to be slightly shimmery BUT the good news is that it is not shimmery and frosty as Blush G Sakura, In fact, the shimmer is just enough to give you that glow.
I have been using Madam Rougit for the past few days since I got it from my colleague and it lasted me minimum 6 hours in the unforgiving, humid weather.
Madam Rougit is currently retailing at $77 at Changi Airport DFS and I am not sure if it is available over the counters but do check it out in person. It has made me a happy gal in this lousy week. :)