For those wondering what is Illamasqua, Illamasqua is a British makeup brand which is against animal testing. Their products are gorgeous but a bit on the pricey, higher end scale of things. Naked Rose is a matte powder blusher in their permanent collection (I believe) and is a pretty, neutral everyday pink with slight red/brown undertones. The packaging of this baby is simple yet classy- it comes in a sturdy black plastic case with clear plastic on the top so that you can see the product within. It is made in Germany and comes with 4.5 grams of product.
The pigmentation of this baby is oh-so-amazing. One or two extremely light touches of the brush on this product is more than enough to give a lovely, natural flush on the cheeks. It is also very easy to blend this into the skin. The powder of this product is velvety smooth, soft and feels a bit like a mousse or butter. However, because the pigment is so soft, the powder can be a bit crumbly and powdery. That's not an issue for me, though, because I can easily dust off whatever excess product is on my cheeks. I've also experienced the hardening of the surface on some blushes to the extent that I have to scratch off the surface with a toothpick, but with Naked Rose, there is no such problem.