Update: I had to take off two lipsticks. This foundation, regrettably, breaks me out quite badly. I don't know why and it's sad because I love how it looks and performs, but I had to accept it breaks me out in spots each day I wear it. I used it on and off to be sure. I'll be trying the Estee Lauder again, because that didn't break me out.
I ordered samples of this and the Estee Lauder Doublewear. I immediately didn't like the EL DW because it felt and looked cakey, even though it didn't budge at all. The Lancome Ultra wear went on nicely the first time I used it, but by hour 10 it was breaking apart around my mouth....however....I tried it again yesterday and altered my skin care. I didn't wear my oil products, instead I used an oil-free moisturiser. I didn't apply a primer (didn't have one at hand). I applied the foundation with my brush and then "set" it with my bare pro powder as usual. Well...I wore this foundation for 16 hours and aside from a little cracking in the corner of my mouth (due to dry skin), this foundation lasted the entire time and still looked decent when I came to washing it off. It makes my skin look good, which is no easy task with my oily/dry combo skin. I am also spot prone. I get little oily on my nose and forehead (get that with any foundation), but nothing little blotting can't fix. I feel this foundation goes on smoothly/easily, dried fast but nowhere near as fast aas Fenty does. It's therefore easy to touch up a little here and there where necessary. It does transfer but not as bad as Barepro, MAC and others. I like it. My only irk would be that I can feel it on my skin, but for the lovely finish, and longevity it's worth it. It also only very slightly oxidizes, but it oxidizes to my skin tone ( I've been using shade 50 (UK), 410 (US).