Like the rest of Benefit's Boxed Powders collection, Dallas is housed in cardboard box-shaped casing with a removable lid. It also comes with a small applicator brush, which is better than most applicators you find in products, but still nowhere near as good as a normal blush brush (in my opinion).
As I stated above, Dallas is definitely unique as far as bronze powders go. Here it may look like a normal, medium brown to you, but it definitely has a slight rose tint to it. Meaning, I feel you could use this as a bronzer or a blush, depending on your complexion. I think on medium complexions, this could make a really nice neutral blush.
Dallas has great pigmentation and wears nicely. It blends well, and while it does have a sheen to it, it isn't overbearing. This also contributes to its versatility as both a blush and bronzer.
Dallas retails for $28 and contains .28 oz/8g of product. The weight per dollar ratio is very similar to MAC blushes, so while it seems a bit more expensive than similar brands, you are getting a bit more product too. You can purchase this wherever Benefit cosmetics are sold!
All in all, I am pleased with this product. The formulation is good, the color is nice, and I like the packaging. I would recommend this for fair to medium complexions. Lighter skin tones may find this is more of a bronzer, while medium skin tones will probably find this works better as blush. If you are interested in a product that could double as either a bronzer or blush, this is definitely worth checking out!
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