I bought this in November last year and it already then instantly became a part of my favorite makeup products. After I've cleansed my skin and put on toner and serum I apply actually quite a generous amount of it to my skin. I know it's supposed to have almost no coverage what so ever I find I can build it, to become at least a light coverage that looks oh so natural(which foundations doesn't do for me) and since I have quite dry skin this instantly gives a lovely glow without looking too shiny, top it of with some concealer were you need it and a powder or setting spray and it lasts for 3-4 hours. So you probably do have to reapply by the end of the day but it's very easy so it didn't really bother me. The only minus I have, and the reason it doesn't get a 5 from me is that I'm very pale, and at one point during winter, were I was at my palest it was too dark! Not like too orangy dark but noticeably darker than my skin. I still notice that its just a hint darker than my skin, it's easily blendable though, but beware if you're pale!
I've been using the Chanel Vitalumière Aqua now for approximately 5 months. And it has given me various results. First of all it doesn't give great coverage. I'd say it's a medium/light maybe, but it is most definitely buildable. For my acne prone skin it hasn't broken me out, and it doesn't feel drying or harsh on my sensitive and already quite dry skin. However, I do feel like it's rather hard to apply, and for me that is quite a minus. I usually have quite a rush in the morning and need to be able to do my makeup in at least under 10 minutes. And I feel like it sticks to some parts of my skin, especially where I already have slight traces of acne pigmentation and scarring, it sort of enhances the problem. I also have the need for better coverage on my cheeks as I suffer from very red skin there. And this foundation didn't at all give me that, and the more I built it up I just felt like it became more and more obvious I was wearing foundation which isn't very positive in my case. After working with it for a couple of months now, I feel like I've finally figured out how to layer it on my skin. Cause it is a really good foundation, but I just believe that you have to have better skin than me, or just be okay with wearing more concealer than usual. Which I ended up with doing. Cause on the parts of my skin that aren't discolored etc. it looked great! But unfortunately I need better coverage than this foundation could offer me.