I am finally ready to review this foundation after using it on and off for 6 months. Unfortunately, this is one very expensive foundation that didn't work for me. I didn't get that "natural, dewy" look or "my skin, but better" look that I read about and expected from this product. I tried using my fingers, a makeup sponge, and a stippling brush, but still cannot achieve the dewy look I can get with my much cheaper Laura Mercier TM. The Suqqu doesn't blend well at all. It doesn't melt into your skin like TMs do. Rather, it's a bit mask like on me and highlights the dry spots around my nose. As the day wears on, my face gets drier and drier with the Suqqu foundation. Often by dinner time, my face would be extremely dry with dry patches everywhere.
I don't know if I just got a defective product. I mail ordered the Suqqu from DollyLeo in the UK (since we can't buy this stuff in the US). I am also somewhat disappointed by the packaging. First, the packaging was very "minimalistic"- and not in a good way. The black paper box contained just the jar of foundation and a plastic scooper. There were no sponge included, like I had read in some of the online reviews. There were not even any written information included with the product. (Not that I need an explanation of how to use foundation, but most cosmetic products come with some sort of instruction/ ingredient list.) Also, I found it odd that the cap of my jar was white and not black like I've seen in the newer online reviews. (The stock photo MUA shows on this page is the older white cap version I received.) So, I'm a little skeptical about DollyLeo's inventory. I sent them an email to inquire, but never got a response. I wouldn't order anything from them again.
Long story short, I'm very disappointed by the purchase.