So, I tried this foundation at the behest of the MUAs that assisted me at Sephora after trying several different foundations that haven't worked for me this month. I've been on the hunt for a light to medium buildable coverage, oil-free, non-comedogenic, fair skin friendly foundation for my extremely acne-prone, sensitive, combination skin. My quest for the perfect foundation for my skin has gone all kinds of directions: I've tried Neutrogena's foundation for acneic skin Revlon Color Stay, which made me break out like no other Lancome Teint Idole 24hr, which was great but a bit cakey and chalky looking for me. It's got a great matte finish and full coverage, but that's not helpful in this situation Clinique Even Better coverage, which was slimy on my face Bare Minerals Ready foundation, which I liked okay, but it wasn't great. It didn't provide a long lasting coverage and settled on my skin uncomfortably, thickly, and unnaturally. Laura Mercier Oil-Free foundation, which was AMAZING but the lightest shade at Sephora was a shade too dark! Nars Sheer Matte, which similarly to Lancome was chalky, but it also caused major break out And finally Urban Decay NAKED. The biggest issue I had with this foundation was that it made me break out after a few days of use on my cheeks, along my jaw, and between my eyebrows, which are not usual break out spots for me. I will definitely be returning it to the store and exchanging it for something that will work for me as soon as possible. The color matching for my fair skin has proved to be a major challenge with other brands, but 0.5 in this foundation was a great match. Coverage wise, it was very light and was easily buildable from the application I used. I'd been using about 2 pumps with a stippling brush, and in spots where my red acne scars and pimples showed through I'd brush over it again to cover it further. So it worked the way I wanted it to. The packaging is phenomenal, with an easily stored thin bottle with a pump, so it doesn't get all over the place like some other foundations I've encountered. It has a very very liquidy, watery consistency and spreads thin because of that. It has a dewy, sticky feeling finish to it unless you put a finishing powder over the top, which is what I've been doing, and I preferred that natural finish to the sticky feeling it left me with before. When I wear it with the powder, however, I couldn't even feel that there was any foundation on my skin, which felt nice. It has decent staying power, and has lasted me a full evening at Disneyland in the rain without too much damage and no touch ups. So what it comes down to is how it reacts with my skin, which is negatively. In the few days I've used it, I've broken out the most I'd have to say, moreso than Nars Sheer Matte, which also made me break out a lot, although not nearly as bad as with ColorStay. Generally my skin is fairly clear, after 10 years of trying to get a decent handle on my acne, but I usually have 2-5 or 6 zits on my face at any given time not including black heads, and this foundation made 4 more zits within a few days, so imagine what would happen if I continued to use this stuff. YUCK. If acne is your biggest issue, or if you have oily skin, I would not recommend this foundation. This is the type of foundation that someone who doesn't have to deal with problematic and sensitive reactive skin could use every day, but those of us who have a continuous struggle will have to continue to search for that perfect balance. Definitely won't be purchasing this again.