This is a very new brand -- I believe it came out less than a month ago! Nonie Creme Colour Prevails is only available at Walgreens, Duane Reade, and drugstore.com, and it can be a little hard to track down as they haven't quite finished rolling it out to every store yet. In a Walgreens (where I bought mine), you'll find it right next to the beauty counter, where Jordana is usually kept.
The packaging of the whole line is beautiful, as it's all meant to evoke the idea of nature and watercolor. So most bottles will have butterfly wings or flowers on them, and any applicators are meant to be ergonomic versions of paint brushes. This means that their nail polish applicators look very different than your average one! This line is PRICEY for a drugstore one (this foundation cost $15, eyeshadow palettes are $19, and nail polishes are $8), but in comparison to many higher end lines, it's quite fair. This particular foundation comes in a clear glass bottle with floral designs and a white plastic pump.
This foundation comes in eight different shades, ranging from 01 Porcelain (a pale yellow) all the way to 08 Ebony (a rich warm chocolate). I have added two swatch photos: One of my own (a single swipe of 01), and one from the ColourPrevails Instagram that has all eight shades on two different arms.
For myself, I selected 01 Porcelain. I'm a very pale olive tone, so matching my skin is a never-ending war. 01 is very yellow-toned, which is nice to see in a drugstore! It isn't orangey in the least, and actually matched the paleness of my neck, which even higher end foundations struggle to do. It's very creamy-feeling, and takes a while to set (as it is, I've applied it thirty minutes ago and it still feels tacky). I'd say it's a light-medium coverage, and is buildable. You'll need concealer for any spots, but it covers redness fairly well. There is a very slight smell (kind of reminiscent of soy sauce?) but it dissipates quickly.
Beware though -- this foundation does not take kindly to dry or flakey skin. As a Retin-A user, I have both of these issues; my current foundation (Missha Perfect Cover) glides right over these dry areas so they're unnoticeable, but this will cling to any slightly dry area you've got and highlight it ten times. This element alone is enough to make me want to return it, but I want so badly to make it work because the colour match is perfect.
I've just put this on about thirty minutes ago. I'll keep it on all day just to see how it holds up to the daily grind, and I will update at the end of the day.
UPDATE: It stays put, all right! Unfortunately it gets very greasy-looking, and I had to powder around hour 5 (while normally I don't need to powder at all).
Swatches (courtesy of ColourPrevails instagram)
My swatch of 01 Porcelain
Great colour match (though still not 100%)!