This is an amazing foundation for those with RELATIVELY GOOD SKIN. The foundation blends like a dream and it is so soft to touch. The packaging is amazing and it gives you a very satin and somewhat dewey finish. It is honestly the most soft and lovely foundation I have ever tried. This foundation is advertised as Medium to Full coverage but I find that it is actually Light to Medium coverage at best unless you really want to cake it on. If you just want to even out your skin tone, this foundation is perfect. Its super light weight and you will barely feel it. However, it will not cover up imperfections such as acne or hyper pigmentation at all. You can use a concealer to go in and conceal these imperfections if you want because this foundation does give you a beautiful base but I don't have a lot of time to do that and would rather just have a higher coverage foundation instead. If you want a Lancome foundation with heavier coverage, try the Teinte Idole Ultra. It does not feel as luxurious to apply and does not go on as smoothly but probably has 2x better coverage. When my skin is in a better state and I can get away with less coverage, I will definitely go back to this foundation.
I think this is a great foundation if you have dryer skin. I initially loved this foundation because it makes your skin look very dewey and beautiful. It gives AMAZING coverage that can be sheered down or built up without looking too cakey. However, I find that this foundation feels incredibly heavy on the skin, making it slightly uncomfortable to wear. Other foundations such as Estee Lauder Double Wear and Lancome Teinte Idole give similar converage as Studio Sculpt but do not even feel half as heavy. I can look over the heaviness of the foundation because it does look soo beautiful on the skin but this foundation keeps giving me slight break outs so I will have to stop using it :(