Location Bought: Etude House SM Megamall
Approximate Date Bought: three weeks ago
Packaging: This is actually the main reason why I got this. :)) The compact is sleek and handy, the mirror is of a good size, and the brush is very soft.
Colors: LUCIDarling Fantastic Cheek Gradations are similar, if not identical to Jill Stuart blushes in concept. Use the four colors by themselves (altho the top left one is a highlighter), or swirl your brush around them to mix. I got Orange because I already have a pink blush from Etude.
Pigmentation: Weak, but that's actually why I like it. It's very buildable, so you can never go overboard. Perfect for busy school days when you have very little time to go to the restroom and re-apply blush so that it's just right - some haphazard swipes of this blush (without looking at the mirror, even), and you're good to go!
Actual Usage: The problem with not-so-pigmented blushes is that I can't tell if I've photographed them well or not. Anyway, here it is on my cheek. I like the way it gives me a very natural flush in person.
I'm actually considering getting the pink variant of this, but maybe in the distant future. It's quite pricey for an Etude House product.