I was surprised by the coverage! This actually does cover imperfections, and it has a cushiony formula that may help with blurring if you have some texture. It has a skin-like matte finish, and builds nicely. I start with a dewy base whenever I wear this, and it doesn't separate or pill up. I also love the packaging, which isn't ornate, but does feel like a well-made product. And it has a pump, which is such a helpful detail.
I have deep-set under-eye wrinkles, and this tends to migrate into the creases after several hours, so heads-up i that this is likely to be an offender if you have creases, wrinkles, or folds. It's not any worse than any other product, but it's not bulletproof/transfer-proof. There's not a great range of shades, so it's tough to recommend this. I wear shade 9, but am probably a non-existent shade slightly deeper and more neutral than this one. It works, though. I reach for this from time to time, but it's not a major love of my life so I don't recommend it to others and I wouldn't purchase it again unless the pricing drastically changed.
I have combo/oily maturing skin with enlarged pores. Foundation equivalents in other brands: ELF Acne Fighting Foundation Coffee, Milani 2-in-1 11/Amber, Revlon Color Stay Caramel, Cover Girl Vitalist Natural Tan, Maybelline Fit Me 330, L'Oreal True Match W7, The Ordinary 3.1Y, Black Opal Truly Topaz, Fenty Pro Filt'r 370, Urban Decay All-Nighter 8.75, Tarte Amazonian Clay Deep Sand, Becca Amber or Maple, MAC NC45, NARS Med/Dark 2 Tahoe, Lancome 450N, Too Faced Born This Way Mocha.