Unlisted Brand • Kett Hydro Foundation • Foundations
|Would buy this product again.||73%|
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Green
I bought this product after watching a popular makeup artist on you tube, he recommended this foundation and had nothing but praise to give about the staying power and flawless coverage. So I decided to buy this online it cost £22 which is quite expensive for a foundation! It stated that it can be used with a sponge or a airbrush machine, I just used a sponge. At first I did not like the application I felt it was very runny and had next to no coverage then trying different techniques such as using my sigma flat top kabuki brush I grew to like the coverage it did give an overall nice flawless coverage! After about an hour my face was extremely shinny ( even with a primer) and felt like my face was like an oil slick! Every time I used this product I had this effect. I also noticed after using this a couple of times my pores looked clogged and I formed tiny bumps all over my forehead! Overall not for me!
Age: 30-35 Skin: Normal, Fair, Cool Hair: Blond, Straight, Medium Eyes: Blue
I'm just confused. I purchased a few products directly from Kett mainly because of Wayne Goss's raves. Whom I love but I don't understand why he likes this so much. He stated that with other products there is usually something, one thing, that will get to him after a while but with this product there's nothing. Well I'm not stupid I know how to apply foundation and make up in general and I'll tell you I'm so sorry to have to say this but it is actually the worst foundation I've ever used and not just for one reason. To start off, you don't even have to wash your brush afterwards - just hold it under the water and it rinses clean. I'm not kidding - try it. Therefore if any moisture or water touches your face the foundation will come off. It is the opposite of water resistant. It looks nice while on the skin but there are many others that are more skin-like. I have applied this with a water-based primer, without any primer, with a beauty blender, with a stippling brush and a buffing brush. It dries extremely fast therefore it makes it hard to blend.. You pretty much have to do one part of the face and then the other. Lastly I have never in my life used a foundation I could detect/feel on my skin more than this. (This is with any form of application) You can feel it on your skin. I hate to say all this because I want to love it so much. Which is another reason I've waited a while to review it - because I've been trying it over and over. Oh also, I got all the trial colors in the red based category and all the colors above the first one (R1) are so extremely red! Very very red. The only way I could get them to work would probably be to buy an adjuster. Now, I also bought the contour liquid (which it says on the bottle is also the Hydro foundation). I've never seen anything like this. It's the most horrible disaster ever made. It dries almost INSTANTLY. It's actually impossible to blend. I used it on my plain skin, on moisturized skin, on top of hydro foundation (with and without primer) and on just primer skin (with a water-based primer - like the product) and it's useless. The color is awesome but you just can't get it on the skin blended nice because it dries so fast and is very blotchy and spotty. I've tried applying it with fingers, with multiple brushes and even a wet sponge, In fact I called the company (nice people) and they suggested the wet sponge part and that still didn't work. I even mixed some of this with a moisturizer in a clean pot - just makes it worse. So this has all the problems as the foundation plus these. This is just a nightmare - I'm sorry to say
P.S. If anyone reading this is a NW20 and wants a list of foundation comparisons - I have a list prepared in my notebook for you.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Very Oily, Olive Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
I own a Dinair airbrush system and I love it but I found that even though the makeup itself is a wonderful makeup, I didn't feel that it provided me with the best colour match. I'm half Asian and half Caucasian so I have a very fair Olive tone and when wearing foundations in the fair range I tend to have an orange/pink face on a very greenish yellow neck.
I bought the Kett Hydro Foundation in Olive trial pack and tested them on three different girls. The first time I tested the foundation I thought my airbrush gun was clogged and nothing was coming out at all. It didn't look like there was anything being sprayed until I noticed that the girl i was airbrushing started looking flawless and all of her redness and blemishes had vanished. It turns out that the makeup was so light and a perfect match to her skin that I was fooled into thinking that nothing was dispensing. I tried it on the next girl and the same thing happened. It was a perfect colour match and so light that I couldn't even tell whether or not the makeup actually came out but her skin looked so perfect and her features sculpted beautifully.
Along with the foundation I bought blushes which I also use for my lips, contour and highlighter. What's really great about using Kett with an airbrush is that up close it barely looks like there's anything on the skin but when standing back you can really see a difference in how flawless the skin looks, how the contour foundation sculpts the cheekbones naturally and how the blush just blends in without looking streaky.
I also bought the Kett Sett loose setting powder which is so much better than the Makeup Forever HD setting powder and it's much cheaper.
If anyone is considering airbrush makeup, Kett is the nicest product with the best colour match.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
Nice foundation with buildable coverage. I use Sigma F80 brush to apply and I need to use a lot of product (too much) with this method. Need an airbrush gun! Natural and undetectable finish. Long lasting. Would not re-purchase only reason being I don't have an airbrush gun.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
Goodness, this foundation is meant to be use light handedly. Many ladies here has put too much of this foundation and it will accentuate dry areas if you do that. The trick is to put a maximum of three drops and use a buffer flat top.. First pat the foundation on the brush, then pat all the parts of the face. Once that is done, proceed to buff it into the skin. If there are still redness or anything that needs to be covered use a concealer!
MANY WOMEN MAKES THE MISTAKE OF USING FOUNDATION AS A CONCEALER. Hence, cakiness and patchiness!
This foundation is skin like. If you do not achieve skin like then its time to cut back on the amount
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I am very picky about foundations, but I love this foundation! I spent several trips to Sephora trying to find the right foundation, but they were all too pink or orangey. Or they were too matte & accentuated dry spots. Cyclops also makes me break out, so most HE or DS foundations won't work.
I ordered samples of Kett in O5, O3, and the yellow color corrector. I'm a very yellow NC35, and my Kett shade is 1/2 drop yellow, 1 drop 03, 5 drops 05. The finish is like a satiny version of MAC F&B. It looks very natural and the dropper bottles help control how much foundation I use.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair Hair: Blond, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Blue
After searching for a foundation for a long time and spending alot of money trying to find one that does not irritate, clog my pores or break my skin out, I finally hit the jackpot with Kett. The ingredient list is simple and without silicones or parabens as other posters have already stated. I've waited a month to write this review to see if my uber finicky skin would react. It hasn't.
The sample bottles are generously large and cost only $10 so you can try different shades. After experimenting I get an exact match with three drops of O1 (which is the lighest yellow based shade I have ever encountered) and two of R1 (which is red based).
I found Kett to have very good coverage even after applying it with a damp sponge. I don't have alot to cover (usually) and it blurs my large pores on my nose and upper cheeks beautifully. The consistency is watery and I work each part of my face seperately and quickly and blend as it will dry fast. I tried applying a second layer to see how far the coverage would go and it blended beautifully but I did not wait for the first layer to dry completely. Like I said you have to work fast. With a second layer I got medium to full coverage on my skin. However, a red blemish might require some concealer.
Kett has a great color selection (based on olive and red ranges) and it is fun to work with. If you can't find a perfect match, I found it easy to mix shades for an exact match. It is the most natural looking foundation I've ever worn. I also love the little bottles of color correctors.
The ingredient list is so simple the only things that could possibly break acne prones & sensitives out is the preservative or if you are sensitive to glycerin. I have extremely sensitive skin and break out with most foundations but not this one.
I order directly from the Kett corporate office in NY and their customer service is fantastic. They are so nice and helpful. I live in NJ and I ordered 3 samples on a Tuesday and received them the next day!
Needless to say I am ordering full sized bottles soon (though the samples would last me a year). If you have sensitive skin and suffer from acne or are acne prone, please do yourself a favor and try Kett.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Dry, Olive, Neutral Hair: Blond, Wavy, Coarse Eyes: Brown
** Not Tested On Animals **
Skin type: normal to dry but acne prone.
Desperately seeking a new HG foundation since I found out MAC test on animals after being bought out by Estee Lauder. MAC is now sold in China, and Chinese law requires that ALL cosmetics be tested on animals.
For reference, I am MAC NC25 / NC30 - see my notepad for my colour matches to other brands.
BEFORE: applied a water based primer + water based moisturiser.
CONSISTENCY: like water.
APPLICATION METHOD: I used 3 different methods, beauty blender, fingers & flat topped stippler. I did 2 layers & the coverage was still quite sheer, so the 3rd & final layer I used my fingers so I could pat it on & really build up the product.
LONGEVITY: I didn't actually wear it out like I intended because I wasn't able to achieve adequate coverage.
OVERALL: I have acne scarring & some discolouration, so really I am looking for full coverage. Also, the time it takes to do 3 layers is not feasible for day-to-day use. I really wanted to like this product & I feel bad for lowering the overall score! One good thing about this range is that it is highly customisable & it is possible to achieve an exact colour match.
RE-PURCHASE? Only if I had air brush equipment.
**Purchased samples from CRC in shades O3 & O5, my colour match was approximately 2 parts O3 + 1 part O5.**
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Brown, Relaxed, Fine Eyes: Brown
I bought this foundation because of gossmakeupartist on youtube :)
this foundation adheres well onto the skin, unlike other foundations that seem to just sit on top of your skin / easily moved around or rubbed off. of course, if you rub hard enough this foundation does come off, but normal touches does not smudge it.
for reference, I'm about a NC20 (perhaps a bit yellower than that) and I've found my perfect shade by mixing about 9 drops of O3, 3 drops of O1 and half a drop of Yellow (Kett Hydro color theory - same formula as the foundation!) The color theory is also available in other colors like red - so you can mix it in to adjust the color if the undertones of the foundation isn't exactly right for you. With mixing around the colors in different ratios, you are bound to find a perfect combination for your shade :)
it is fragrance-free! so your face won't smell like it's caked in makeup.
I did not update this to 5 lippies, because I've found that this foundation can be a lhard to layer on. I'm not sure what I'm doing wrong (if someone does PLEASE message me), but when I try to stipple this on with a MAC 187, there's like a 'maximum' coverage that it just won't go beyond. I'm not sure if Im supposed to set the underneath layer with powder first, then stipple on another layer? when I try to layer it it just looks oily and smears around.
now, I use 6 drops of O3, 2 drops of O1, half a drop of Primary yellow, and 1 or 2 pumps of MAC pro longwear in NC20. I mix this and apply with a stippling brush, then set with ben nye powder. color is fantastic, staying power is alright, but the coverage is not as much as i'd like though!
overall, although Kett Hydro is not mindblowingly amazing, it is the one of the best foundation I've tried. I wish i liked it more though. gonna try revlon colorstay next!
Age: 44-55 Skin: Very Oily Hair: Brunette Eyes: Hazel
I bought this foundation in the olive range (03) to use with my Dinair Airbrush. Dinair foundation is fine, but not really that well suited to my skin type (oily), the climate I live in (south), and I wanted something with more pigmentation because of melasma issues I have. Dinair does make a paramedical foundation for my type of situation, but that created a complication in terms of keeping the gun clean easily. As I can be lazy, particularly in the morning when I am trying to get myself out the door, I needed to find a better option.
Initially the Kett foundation was not cooperating that well with my Dinair compressor. It was coming out very sparsely and even with the compressor knob at 2 o'clock it was taking ages to get a decent layer on my face. Plus too much product was remaining in the gun cup. Suspecting clogging, I gave my airbrush a thorough disassemble and cleaning, which didn't help either. I did a bit of research and finally came across the perfect solution on-line, I now bubble in 2 drops of witch hazel to 6 drops of the Kett foundation in the airgun cup, and it performs beautifully. This provides me with enough product to spray both my face and neck.
I wear this over my Bobbie Brown tinted moisturizer, and layering with my airbrush gun covers my melasma better than any concealer + foundation I have used in the past. The witch hazel makes the foundation dry quickly, which is why I prefer to use it over distilled water, so layering is a breeze. The wear is very good, even in this southern heat and humidity. The color is great on my skin and it doesn't break me out. All things considered it looks pretty darn natural.
The price isn't cheap, but I have spent more on foundations that are laying unloved in my makeup case. As a bonus, I can quickly apply this with my fingers, drop by drop, which is perfect for when I am traveling and don't feel like lugging all airbrush equipment around with me. Again, I can be lazy. Like most airbrush foundations this comes in a dropper-type plastic bottle, which is fine with me.
I like to set this with loose powder, right now my favorite is Coty.
I hope to try some of the other Kett products soon, such as their setting powder, and perhaps some of their other spray gun products, and will comment here on MUA once I do.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Normal, Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Other
Used this for the first time early this morning. Used with my luminese air brush. I can't quite describe this (magic). My skin looks polished but not made up. I can still see my own skin through but it looks perfect. It is now afte6 PM and my face looks as fresh as it did first thing this morning. I'm sold.
Now I can't wait to try their cream foundation. Going to use that at highlight and contour and then use this over. I'm looking forward to some wonderful results.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Medium, Warm Hair: Black, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
This is the best foundation I have ever tried. Period. Dramatic much? I have Asian light tan combination skin with some broken capillaries, dry cheeks and oily T-zone, but overall clear skin with fine lines. I am NC30/C4 and purchased in O5. From high-end fashion pro Tom Pecheux to Youtuber Gossmakeup, all MUAs rave about Kett, which is how I discovered the brand. This is my new HG; sorry MUFE F&B!
This foundation is completely weightless and leaves an impeccable finish halfway between satin and matte. It is the same watery consistency as MAC F&B but with far better pigmentation. After moisturizing, I squeeze a dime-size amount in a petrie dish, dip a damp sponge in, then stipple on (donít swipe or swirl on). I wait 15 seconds to dry, then apply a second time for ideal every day medium coverage. You could easily build to full coverage with a third layer. The best part is I stay shinefree for at least 8 hours; with my other foundations (Nars SG, Revlon CS, MAC F&B, and MUFE HD, MUFE F&B), shine appears by hour 3. And it is super waterproof. I went out in a NYC rainstorm yesterday and came home nearly 10 hours later looking the same as I looked that morning, but easily washed off with a creamy cleanser. I plan on using this foundation for my wedding day. This is truly bulletproof, stay all day, beautifully fresh foundation. I am stocking up.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Sensitive, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Brunette, Straight, Medium Eyes: Other
I am a person with quite a lot of experience with foundations, but only for regular everyday wear. I have more reviews on my page if you're interested.
Skin type and colour: light olive (closest to MAC15), dry, but most of the time not flaky, sensitive, small pores, some redness, some old pimple scars, blotchiness. My right colour in this is 1/3 O1 2/3 O3, maybe just a tiny bit primary yellow. Wanted coverage: light to medium on regular days. I like to have a full face of makeup, but that everything looks VERY natural - I'll rather have some blemishes showing through than look cakey/waxy/powdery.
I have managed to actually somehow apply this (it does NOT mean I'm actually planing on using tis regularly), and I think the proses is long and a complicated.
For some reason this doesn't want to stick to my bare skin, so I need some type of barrier. To create this, I put on a water-based moisturizer (because this is a water-based foundation, oil will prevent it from blending into the skin) and MAC's Fix+ over to make blending easier.
I drip some drops of the foundation on my face (this minimizes waste) and blend it with a very slightly damp MAC duo-fiber brush. I can't manage to apply it evenly with neither my fingers, a beauty blender of a non-duo-fiber brush because it dries very fast, begins to patch horribly and almost roll up in little rubber-balls. Sometimes I also have the problem of this sitting in my pores, making them look like tiny colour filled dots (which happens when a foundation is very thin and very pigmented). I don't know how this would apply with an airbrush, but Kett says this doesn't need an airbrush. Only a duo-fiber brush works for me. Kett say the waterproof version NEEDS to be airbrushed on.
Two layers gives a very full coverage, but not matte and flat. Because this foundation is a bit sticky, I powder over - this also makes it look better.
All of the things over take quite a lot of time. And not only that: the foundation still doesn't look perfect - the surface is a bit uneven. This foundation looks better the longer you wear it. I shorten this time by putting my face over steam, and it evens everything out much faster, but still not completely.
You can create a look of kinda natural skin at the same time with having a lot of coverage, but it takes time, and it's actually quite easy to mess up... and difficult to fix. This doesn't move after it sets, but does come off completely on those places my glasses touch.
I don't know why people don't mention this: water messes this up completely! If you get caught in the rain or, I don't know...cry, your foundation is ruined! You may know how foundations were before: when people cried, the tears left naked stripes down their face - this one is that type of foundation. A drop of water instantly makes this go light, lift and then run off my face... This is probably the only foundation I have come across that I can wash off using only water. It's probably OK if you're inside, but I wouldn't ever risk going outside with this, because the humid climate here + this, would be a disaster.
The only good things with this are the ingredients, the colour selection and the price. I searched for this for so long and expected to see amazing results, but it totally disappointed me...
If your skin flakes, don't even think about getting this - it's going to make them stand out even more. Also, I felt a bit hot under it... it feels quite heavy, actually...
Bought mine at CameraReadyCosmetics together with a colour adjuster (which I really like), which I have also reviewed:
Just an FYI: if you want foundation that actually looks like skin, I've found that silicon-based foundations are much better at it than water based, so try out a silicon-based one if your skin is OK with that. I have dry sensitive skin and it actually really like silicones.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Olive Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
It's an airbrush makeup. Its very liquidy and can be applied with a brush or your fingers.Its recommended you use a stipling brush to apply, then blend blend blend.
It goes on lightly, blends into skin beautifully, and is undetectable.It conceals dark marks and redness, no need for concealer. It lasts until washed off. Its mattifying and you will not shine for hours.It can be mixed with other foundations. Just a drop or 2 will cover your entire face. Its water resistant, meaning will not wear with normal wet conditions. If you rub it while wet it will come off easily.
I have had mine for about a year, and its shelf life is great.
Comes in 2 categories. One for red and one for yellow undertones. I am medium olive, so H 05 is my perfect shade. You can order 2 and mix to achieve your perfect shade. Cost is around $30 big bottle in most stores, but given the 1-2 years it will last you, that is cheap! Sample size is $10
NOTE: There's another Kett foundation called Hydro Proof which is alcohol based and completely waterproof. It is applied using an airbrush only, which I learned the hard way.(I don't own an airbrush)
However, It 'can' be applied with a brush, if you're super quick to blend it before it dries in 3 seconds! and by using moisturizer to help it blend. Its budgeproof.lasts 12 hrs+.. But without an airbrush, its just Too much work. Makeup should be easy. Don't get hydro proof unless you have an airbrush machine.
Age: Unknown Skin: Sensitive, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Blond, Wavy Eyes: Blue
Lovely non-spf foundation. Just received my sample yesterday (from Kett) but the color is spot on. I ordered the H-03 which is perfect for MAC C3's (NC25). Love the formulation of this .... no silicones, no alcohol, no fragrance, no fatty acids, no cr@p. Not sure why they're aren't more raves on the MU board. The one caution would be the preservative, methylisthazolinone, which could prove to be a deal-breaker for those w/ sensitive skin.
Not sure why I can't post the ingredients above.....but here they are:
PURIFIED WATER, GLYCERIN, PROPYLENE GLYCOL, MAGNESIUM ALUMINUM SILICATE, TRIETHANOLAMINE, CELLULOSE GUM, SILICA, METHYLISTHAZOLINONE, DECYLENE GLYCOL. MAY CONTAIN (+/-) TITANIUM DIOXIDE, IRON OXIDES, ULTRAMARINE BLUE, CHROMIUM GREEN OXIDE, D&C RED #6 BARIUM LAKE, D&C RED #7 CALCIUM LAKE, FD&C YELLOW #5.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair, Neutral Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Green
At first I thought I really liked this make-up - my mind quickly changed. The staying power of this product, to be straight forward, sucks! After wearing it for only a few hours, it starts to "disappear", as if it was never even applied. Also, don't expect to go outside or do anything with this make-up on. Even a small amount of sweat/water will cause this make-up to melt off your face. Overall, an awful foundation for everyday life.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Dry, Fair, Warm Hair: Brown, Curly, Medium Eyes: Hazel
i was recently introduced to this product by - gasp! - gossmakeupartist on youtube (like everyone else) and since i find his advice refreshing and honest, i tried pretty hard to get a hold of this foundation. like another reviewer, i bought the kett hydro foundation from camerareadycosmetics.com, which was brilliant and had super cheap shipping. i bought sample sizes in the shades 01 and 03 at $10 each (my only complaint is that i wish they'd sell the kett fixx cremes individually rather than only in a gigantic palette!). i'm not quite half and half between the shades - more like 3 drops 01 to 2 drops 03, but when mixed it's an amazing match to my skin.
the foundation comes out of a bottle, drop by drop, which i don't find problematic. i'm not sure how useful a pump would be with this product as you don't need much of it at all to get good coverage - i use maybe 8 drops of foundation on my entire face for medium coverage. i love that the coverage is full-on enough for special events or when your skin is less clear, but also impossibly lightweight and invisible enough to wear to university or work every day. the consistency is extremely thin, so you've got to be on your game to control it from running all over your hand/palette/whatever. once you get used to it though, it's fine, and i think it's the key to how flawless and blendable the product is. it just melts into your skin. the first few days i wore this foundation i had three people tell me how great my skin looked (classmates i barely talk to!). i've also worn this for 8+ hours with it looking as good as when i left my apartment and with absolutely no oxidisation.
a really big plus is that it doesn't exacerbate my ultra dry skin, although i do take care to moisturise and exfoliate problem areas beforehand. i apply this with a damp sponge, and pop a thin layer of powder over the top (more force of habit than anything else), but i think virtually any method would work - it's not a difficult product to work with. the finish of this foundation is lovely - it's semi-matte, but still natural and healthy looking with a bit of a sheen, which is exactly how i like it. it is so nice to not have a single con to write about kett. i will definitely repurchase.
ETA: i absolutely hate to say that this foundation has become too drying on my skin. not long after i've applied it, i can see dry patchy areas forming that look obvious and unflattering (australia has also started moving into winter, so my skin is even more dry than it was before). i don't think this is a reflection on the foundation, but rather how ridiculously dry my skin is. i still think kett would be perfect on someone with only slightly dry to combination and more oily skin types, which is why i'm still giving it a decent rating. but if you struggle big time with flakes etc, i'm not sure how good this foundation will be for you long-term (maybe just for summer?). -3 lipsticks on my experience since i can no longer wear this product.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Green
I am just a regular gal approaching her 40's, but who likes to look especially good from time to time. When this happens, I want a foundation that has no odour whatsoever, makes my skin look like it is my own, yet covers any slight imperfections. I also want a foundation with a long shelf life, because I don't use foundation daily. Kett fits the bill perfectly.
Firstly, this is the only truly scent-free foundation that I have ever found. Despite so many high-end brands like M.A.C. and Clinique claiming to be scent-free, I smell "paint" when I smell other foundations. With Kett, I smell nothing......only water.
Secondly, if applied with a "stippling brush" (I bought the M.A.C. 187 and watched videos on how to stipple the foundation on if a person cannot afford the air gun), the foundation looked better than fantastic. The shades are numbered as 01, 03, 05, etc. I use the lightest Olive 01 (looks milky white) mixed with Olive 03. Where wanting highlights, I put Olive 01. Where wanting contouring, Olive 03 goes. Everywhere else, I premix the Olive 01 and 03 on back of my hand, apply by stippling brush and then finally blend.
Thirdly, the packaging and longevity are impressive. It took 5 years to use my first batch. I ordered my second batch just recently. There was no change in colour or consistency between the five-year-old batch and the new one. The packaging does not permit finger/sponge/brush contamination because it pours out from a dropper, not allowing anything to enter the product.
Well done, Kett! Although this is an HD product for professionals, I recommend this foundation above all others, even for home users. The price is comparable, but with far better quality.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Sensitive, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
"O" line is pretty good for olive undertones- O1 is the best pale olive i've found yet (rare shade- if you have it, you know). I do mix in some O3 to get a better match, and for that reason wish they made O2. The coverage is medium-full, but so lightweight! Feels like nothing! There are no potential allergens, which means there is no fragrance, sillicones, alcohol, etc. There isn't much oil control factor, but the coverage stays on underneath the glow, so it looks dewy/natural not gross. You can even order samples on kett's website to find your shade.
UPDATE: As I wore this longer, I noticed breakouts. I think they were caused by the greasy build up this foundation promotes during the day. It always felt like there was this layer of gook on my face after a busy, sweaty work day.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
Ordered this foundation from a company online called camera ready cosmetics! And I love it! I use a stippling brush and it gives me the most flawless finish. It has a lot of staying power. I don't apply powder until late in the afternoon and that's just on my nose because it can get a little oily. But I recommend this foundation hands down. I'm a 127 in MUFE and I mix 8 drops of 03 and 2 drops of R3 to achieve my optimal color. I would say I really dont really need to mix both but since I purchased a sample of the R3 I'm not going to waste it. Well hope this helped!!