The blush is housed in a white plastic case and comes with a grey velvet pouch. A pink brush comes along with it and is kept in the space beneath the blush pan.
Similar to Guerlain meteorites, Blush G Sakura has a light flowery scent as well. I am not someone who is bothered with scent so it's pretty all right with me. For ladies who dislike scent in their products, you might want to take note.
I am satisfied with the appearance of the blush (shade and case) and even the scent but let's just say the excitement ends there. From the swatch below, you can tell how disappointing the pigmentation is. Plain plain light and believe me when I really tried my best to get it to appear on my arm. Using both my finger or the brush that comes with it, both doesn't really work.
Swatch in the same sequence of appearance in the pan
The white shade does not really appear well in the picture and is almost non existent. The bright fuchsia pink is a total b*t*h (please pardon my language) because it is just so hard to swatch it. Among the 4 shades, the white and bright fuchsia pink is very very very (x 1 zillion) hard to swatch. The texture is hard and dry and just doesn't work for me.
Surprisingly the 1st shade in the pan (pink coral) and last shade in the pan (muted pink) appears to be more pigmented. But the texture is dry and powdery.
I tried using my MAC 129 brush to pick up the pigments by swirling around the pan to mix all the shades up, it does seem more optimistic. When applied on the cheeks, it gives a light pink subtle glow, which seems to work better for me as a highlighter or layering with other blush.
Guerlain Blush G Sakura is retailing for $75.50 at Changi Airport Duty Free and I'm not sure how much it would be over the counters. I would recommend you checking out the blush in person and determine if you still want to purchase it. It will be a good idea for you to ask the SA use a brush and try it out on your cheeks before deciding to go for it or not.