In the shade "fair". It is the closes thing I've found as a concealer for me. I know that isn't its intended use, but I am PALE, and finding anything that acts as a concealer and blends with my skin tone without looking too tan or dirty is a pain in the butt.
It would be a 5 lippies, but...
I HATE THE PACKAGING. It's perfectly round. SO perfectly round. So if you sit it on any surface that is the tiniest bit uneven, or if there is any breeze in the air, or if there is any slight nudge on your part, it send the tube careening to the floor. It also has this little cap that isn't a screw on and isn't attached in any way. It just pops on and off, barely holding on. I've had it come off in my bag, which makes a mess. But should the tube go careening to the floor in the scenario listed above, the cap will jettison off. It's like it's spring loaded or something. And good luck finding it. I've found it 10 feet away in another room. It must have ricocheted or been kicked around since it's clear and unnoticeable. All this falling and ejecting takes its toll, and sometimes the cap or the inner workings of the container fall apart. Then I resort to ziplock bags to keep it in and q tips to reach down into the tube. I feel so dirty doing it, but finding a concealer that matches me has been impossible.
Seriously. A better cap and just some kind of nubs or grips on the tube to keep it from rolling would make me ecstatic. Maybe it's a conspiracy to make sure you can't get through an entire tube of product?