I wish I had tried this a lot sooner, it's expensive af and hard to test in Sweden, but I finally took a chance and was lucky with the color.
Clings less to my flakes than any liquid tinted product I've ever used. Very nice color correction on me, can be built to at least medium coverage of color. Texture-wise it gives a very natural/skin-like surface, but can exacerbate my pores and blemishes a little bit (even though it's not really shiny, which I was afraid of), so I sometimes use a little translucent powder with talc on top (Wet n wild coverall pressed atm) in places. Some may feel the need for concealer, primer might help (will experiment & update).
(Update: I see no difference in texture with either Clarins Instant Smooth Perfecting Touch or Monistat Chafing Gel underneath this. On the other hand, I no longer see the enhanced texture; I think maybe because I was using Fair at first and have switched to Fair Ivory or Fairly Light - somehow using a too-light foundation can enhance texture.)
Color notes: I read a couple of reviews of Fair stating it was too light and too pink to cover redness. Not on me - it's very neutral bordering on yellowish on my skin - looking in the brightest daylight I can get in this Swedish winter.
UPDATE: so I eventually decided I was wrong, Fair was too light for me. I have Fair Ivory and Golden Fair, and also a Matte version in Fairly Light - bizarrely, all of these seem to work well on my pale, cool/lots of red/but also has some yellow, pale skin. I haven't been able to check in full direct sunlight yet, but in inside sunny daylight they look fine.
One interesting thing: Fair is higher coverage on me than the others. Makes some sense (more titanium dioxide), but means I now understand how Wayne Goss could call this "skin-like" and invisible; I also have to build it up/pack it on more and still can't quite cover my deeper red capillaries etc.
The Golden Fair surprised me, I assumed it'd be deeper and warmer as in orange-y, but it's really very pale but yes, yellow-ish almost towards green/olive (as opposed to golden peach-orange). It's clearly not the closest match for me, and yet blended out I honestly can't tell, and I'm experimenting with it on the reddest parts of my face. Probably really matches a lot of very fair Asian & Mediterranean folks.
(For comparison, about 30% of foundation ranges tend to have a palest "porcelain" shade that works on me, so I'm not the palest human being, but I guess up there. Mac Face & Body in N1 is quite a bit too dark on me even in summer, need to do neck & chest & blend well to work that. Clarins "Skin Perfecting Cream" BB in 00 Fair is just a tiny bit too dark on me. Wet'n'wild Coverall Pressed Powder in Fair is fine on me.)