Reviews are tricky. If you are writing them for the benefit of other people, is it fair to criticize the product when it fails because you have "special needs" and it didn't suit them? This is an eternal question for me, so let me start by saying that this review is for people with very sensitive skin, prone to products causing breakouts.
I bought this foundation without checking its reviews first. Then I used it and it broke me out very badly. And because I really wanted it to work, I tried it a second time a few weeks later, and the same thing happened. Bottom line for sensitive, acne-prone MUAers: this product is not "safe" for skin like ours!
I used the shade sandy beige, which matched my skin very well. I actually thought it looked good--it gave me a sort of dewey finish. It made my face feel greasy, though. It's oil-free, but that alone never means the product won't cause acne. Also, I like the flat, squeezable tube packaging, which fits nicely in my makeup bag.
So, that's my experience. I'm bummed that I haven't found a foundation that works for me yet, but I intend to keep trying...