I like this a lot. I have oily, acne-prone skin. This can be built to high coverage; meaning MORE than medium. On people that don't have a bunch of acne scars like me, this WILL be buildable to full coverage. This is amazing for a powder. I can get this coverage just using my Real Techniques Buffing brush, using mainly stippling motions and some buffing around edges of the face, and an angled eyeshadow brush from Eco Tools for spot concealing. Nothing fancy. It's quick too.
This on top of a good moisturizer looks skin like, even when built up to high coverage. I use it neat on top of my Paula's Choice Skin Balancing Spf 30 (satin matte finish sunscreen) or on top of a bit of translucent powder (NYX HD silica loose powder) when i use Cetaphil pro Dermacontrol spf 30, which has a more sticky, dewy finish (not greasy though). Topping the sunscreen with a bit of translucent powder makes it less sticky. I fall around NC 42- NC 43 in Mac and I purchased the Medium Dark shade which works well on me. Its slightly more olive than MAC NC 42 (which is more yellow orange).
I spray the PUR foundation with any SETTING spray I own, and then I top it with a light layer of mattifying powder because it has no oil control. I apply and set my undereye concealer and highlighter BEFORE I apply the powder foundation. For setting undereye concealer I ALWAYS use NYX HD silica loose powder in a light layer. I can't use colored powders under the eyes, they make my wrinkles look worse. Some mattifying powders I like to top the powder foundation with are Maybelline Shine free loose powder, Maybelline Fit me Loose powder, and Collab Kill the shine pressed powder. All those powders are awesome: mattifying, slightly blurring/smoothing, and have good longevity without looking cakey on the skin.
I took a lippie off because the mirror inside the compact is TINY and because it has Bismuth Oxychloride high in the ingredient list, which makes me a bit itchy if my skin is particularly irritated that Day (like after a peel, or strong chemical exfoliation). Its not commonplace enough that I stop using it. Its still very much in my weekly foundation rotation.
All and All, I would recommend trying it to anyone. Dry skinned people can prep with an oil, and oily skinned people like myself can finish it with a mattifying powder. The color match is very good for my NC 42 skintone, and the longevity is good on my oily skin plus its easy to touch up if it fades. Hasn't broken me out either.