This is still new to me, but so far I like it. I bought Nude for Thought, which when applied, looks a touch paler on my cool/neutral skintone, but it blends well and very easily.
A lot of times I prefer blending with fingertips, but this one is good with a brush. I stripe and dot it on wherever, and blend it and it looks natural and makes my skin look a bit nicer and more even. Maybe slightly airbrushed.
If you have major discolorations I'm not sure this would be a big help, but for making my skin look better, it does work.
There's no major scent here, though I detect a faint one, but it isn't perfumey or anything. I don't think it's any sort of super long lasting formula, either, but it small enough to carry around in a purse and quickly touch up trouble spots on the go. For $4 it's a pretty nice concealer/stand-in for stick foundation (it seems more like that latter to me).
My one issue is the packaging. The makeup bullet is over the lip of the tube, and while this lets you see the contents when deciding on a purchase, it could be very easy to ding or scrape the product against the lid when taking off or replacing the cap.
But, again, for $4 and since drugstores often have WnW sales, this is a pretty nice and budget-friendly discovery.