I was on the fence about this one but finally came down on the "doesn't work for me" side. I wanted a very lightweight liquid to mix with my CC cream in order to lighten my CC's shade slightly and make it a bit less matte. This fit the bill nicely in that just half a pump was perfect to mix with a small amount of CC to make the resulting shade fit my pale, warm skin better and it added some sparkle to counterbalance the matte effect. The color was warm and light with I would guess a universally flattering shade. The consistency of this primer is thin and very lightweight and it made the blended liquid product feel as though it was gliding over my skin, instead of soaking into it, which I liked. A very small amount was enough to make the difference, so the bottle would have lasted quite a while had I decided to keep using it. Further, the only ingredient in it that registered any red numbers on COSdna for irritation or acne (both concerns of mine) was dimethicone, which ranked a measly 1. It did not irritate my sensitive skin nor cause my acne-prone chin to flare up. Would not recommend though for those with very dry or broken out skin, as this tends to build/grab onto those areas and highlight them in an unflattering way.
However, the problem with this it that it is very shimmery. It is like the liquid version of their gold bronzer powder compact. Pretty in small doses but you just can't put it all over your face without looking like you're headed to the club or reminding someone a bit of C3PO. It creates an all over gold glitter effect, which, while pretty, is hardly natural looking, let alone publicly appropriate for daily life. Blending it with my CC and also topping with powder blush and bronzer did tone down (cover) the glitter/shimmer a good bit but not enough. Use just a bit too much and it is overkill. Use the right amount and you've still got a sparkly face. As I'm a teacher and about to turn 30, I can't play that way and need something for "luminous skin" that is more subtle dewiness and less Cleopatra glamour.
At $6 and with a nice formula, if you're looking for a lightweight shimmer liquid for something, this is a dream. The pump bottle is sanitary, efficient, and nice-looking. But in the end, it's built for living Las Vegas, not for ordinary life.
Note: I believe this is the brand's formerly labeled Mineral Face Primer in "Radiant Glow" but newly renamed.