First up, the packaging. The powder comes in a sturdily packed, plastic casing with a nice sized mirror. There is even a rubber ring between the lid and pot to prevent any fall out while travelling. The puff I rarely use because its so darn attractive - I prefer to use a big fluffy brush to apply. There are a good amount of holes in the top which help control the amount of powder which comes out. I actually really like how much is released with just a little tap. Be sure to close the lid, with the puff inside, when tapping so the product doesn't go haywire.
When I first swatched the Silk Powder in Myer I just couldn't stop cooing at how wonderfully soft my hand-skin felt and the absolute invisible-mess of the powder; having a lovely sales assistant who explained to me all the skin loving qualities of this pot of goodness just convinced me even more to fork out $45 for 10g of product. If you like your powder's rose scented then this is the jackpot of rose smelling makeup in my opinion.
At first I applied this after I had finished all my makeup apart from mascara, but I found that it clung a little to dry spots, and slightly sheered out my blush and bronzer. It didn't make my makeup last eons into the night, but that might've been because I used powder products on top of liquid foundation. Instead, the best way to use this, I found, was to set - dab/press lightly into skin - my liquid foundation and concealer with this right after I leave it to soak in for three or so minutes. That way I could apply all my other powder products over the base without worrying about accidentally buffing off the base, as well as have the colours last a few hours longer.
This Australian made finishing powder, I highly recommend the Rose Silk one for anyone with normal-dry skin, Lavender Silk for normal-oily people and the Citrus Silk for those with very oily skin. The latter two recommendations I based on many reviews and research of Jurlique's own site when looking for which powder to get myself. I still have so much powder left even after months of use, so it is definitely a worthy investment; so going to repurchase.
Rating: 4.999999/5 (not too crazy on the rose scent, I have come to like it though)