I've been using L'Oreal Infallible Pro Matte 16 Hour Powder for several years. I'm not very adventurous when it comes to face powders, because even though it would seem they are all pretty much the same, they just are not. I chose L'Oreal based on glowing reviews, and stuck with the product because it was great at absorbing oil and has a good color range to fit my complexion.
My makeup routine is extremely simple--I wear physical sunscreen followed by some Paula's Choice Shine Stopper on my forehead, a dab of concealer on the under eye area, then add powder and blush. I use two tones of this powder--one that is lighter than my skin tone for setting the concealer and to highlight the eye area, and one that is the correct shade for the rest of my face. The tone does make a difference--too light or too dark tones show up as looking wrong, because the sponge applicator deposits quite a bit of powder on the skin. In that sense, it is almost like a powder foundation, unless a very light hand is used. It is great for my minimalist routine because I can dab the powder onto my face without disrupting my carefully applied sunscreen layer. The powder sticks quite well to the sunscreen, and stays put all day.
The sponge applicator is a nice touch--it is soft and gentle to skin, but it does get grungy and can start falling apart before the product is used up. I purchased a bunch of replacement pads from eBay and pull out a fresh one as needed. The packaging is a bit cheesy--it can break easily if dropped, and is on the ugly side as compared to some of L'Oreal's other products. Only recently, I have strayed to Revlon Color Stay, which I find to have a finer texture to the L'Oreal. However, the L'Oreal is a better color match for me, and tends to looks less powdery on the face. I'll definitely repurchase and keep some of this L'Oreal on hand, but I'm not sure yet if the Revlon will win me over.