**UPDATE** I recently traded in Golden for Ochre, and after trying that for a week, I have come to the conclusion that it is to light for me. Still wearable, but looks ghastly if I don't blend it out. Will be trying Vanilla, and hopefully third time's the charm.
I've only had this a week now, and only used it two times. Both in sunlight and indoor lighting. For reference, I am NC35-40 and have recently bought MUFE HD foundation in shade #153 (except...I want to try #140 and see if that's a better match), Vichy Dermablend Stick Creme in Sand, Vichy Dermablend Foundation in Sand as well, but I think it may be a tad too light, and Bourjois in #55
First off, I love how the bottle looks. The pump is a mega plus for me because it helps control how much I want. I love the the look of the glass as well. It's not entirely see-through but this lovely opaque finish. The foundation itself isn't runny at all. Not like MAC or MUFE or Bourjois. It's very creamy and almost 'mousse' like to the touch. I got "Golden" (it has more of a yellow undertone) but found that it is way to dark for me. I like that they have a 180 day trial period where you can ship it back and get a refund (or in my case an exchange) for free. I like the feel of this, not heavy at all. It's med coverage with me, it covers redness/un-even skin tone, but my blemishes just need a little extra to cover the pigmentation.
This is geared for those who have oilier skin, but I find that it's not that great at controlling excess oil. I haven't tried it with a primer so maybe that will help it. But like I said, Golden was way too dark for me so I'll be looking for a new one.
The biggest problem I have with this is that I can't try the shades in person, only online, and I bet it'll take a couple times to get the right one (if there's a good shade...)
It's a pretty nice foundation, was only around $35, so it's one of the least expensive founations I own.