I tried this foundation out after hearing that it was similar to Diorskin Airflash Spray Foundation. Because I'm not quite convinced that I need to spend $62 on a foundation . . . just yet. After finally using up my spray canister (took 2 years - reserving it for special occasions, 6 months past the expiration date without any issues!), I can honestly say this is up there with Estee Lauder Double Wear as one of my favorite foundations.
I purchased Medium, which does indeed have a neutral undertone. I'm quite warm, so it pulls a tad orange on me, but not noticeably so. Fawn seems to be a better tonal match, but it's touch lighter than I need - I might try it next and darken it up with some bronzer. I've tried using this foundation by spraying it directly onto a big flat top kabuki and also by spraying it onto the back of my hand or a old sanitized gift card (I need to just buy a palette, hah) and I think I prefer it directly sprayed onto the brush. A Sephora make-up artist did use this with a Beauty Blender on me, but I feel like that might waste a fair bit of product given that this has quite a thin viscosity.
The coverage seems to be satin to matte medium and can be built up to medium-full. However, this foundation can look cakey if you apply too many layers. It feels far lighter on my skin than Double Wear, but of course, isn't as resilient as Double Wear. I think over a decent primer, this does look almost "airbrushed," but it still looks like my skin. This foundation also photographs beautifully, no white cash or blotchiness. Admittedly, it will breakdown on my T-zone on hotter and more humid days after three or four hours, but the foundation reacts well to a light blot and powdering.
I ended purchasing this for my best friend, a faithful Diorskin Airflash addict. She claims it's a decent dupe, but it's nowhere as good. But hey, for half price, it's worth a try.