I've been looking for a more reasonably priced powder foundation with which to replace Target's NP Set. This is probably it for me. The shade match is dead on for me. I'm a MAC C4 and found a good match in this line. The coverage is better than NP Set or most DS powder foundations, although it's not heavy coverage. It has a finish that isn't powdery dry or one that gets oily looking quickly. I find it way better than anything else in the drugstore and, at about $10, it's a deal.
If there's one thing I don't like about this product, it's the compact, but that's really minor. It's bulky and dated looking. Also, I would never apply powder foundation with a brush like the one that's included (which is more of a blush brush). I replaced it with a cosmetic sponge.
While I really don't like some of the products from this line (especially the lip butter), this one's a keeper.
I took off 1 lippie because it really isn't a powder foundation. I achieved sheer-light coverage even when I applied this with a flat top powder brush. If you can accept that this is really a setting powder, then I think you may like this product. I'm really impressed with the texture. It is very soft and finely milled, which is something that I hardly experience with drugstore powders. I have oily skin and bought both this powder and the loose powder within the brand. I find that this kept my face fresh-looking for longer than the loose powder. Needless to say, I'm keeping this one and returning the loose powder.
As with the rest of the Flower line, the packaging is very pretty. The brush is also functional. I use it to lightly dust the powder after applying the liquid foundation. I know that there were some complaints that this doesn't have a mirror. However, there is a reflective surface right under the brush compartment. It does give a golden tinge compared to what you see in a normal mirror, but it works just fine to see where you're applying the powder.
For reference, I'm about NC25/27, NARS Fiji, Flower About Face in LP4. I bought PP3, and it seems to blend in with my skintone just fine. I'm thinking that I could probably get away with PP4 as well, since the product is so sheer.