Update (higher rating):
I'm not sure what I did wrong before but on subsequent tries, the #20 Sand color is a great nuetral tone (!) for covering up that garish blueish-white haze left behind by mineral sunscreen on my particular skin tone (#10 Fair Light was a no go, and I haven't used it since). I use a medium size brush, not too fluffy, and that does the trick. I also discovered this is actually really easy to dispense by tapping the open canister a couple times into the lid. I'm only upgrading the rating because of the color. I do think there are much finer loose and pressed translucent powders if you are looking for a very invisible (finely milled) formula. I have yet to find a fine milled loose powder that is a bit darker than my skin (to mitigate the mineral sunscreen zombie look). So this color is good for me, as far as the finish... it's only okay. It's not chunky, nor is it super fine.
I got this tinted loose powder specifically to diminish the blue- white cast left by my mineral SPF. I have combo skin with yellow undertones and while I love mineral sunscreens, the blue undertone from the mineral actives clashes with my skin and looks ghostly and odd.
I bought the shade Fair Light 10. The Maybelline Fit Me line has only one yellow tone concealer (#20 Sand) that is too dark for me and i need to mix with a lighter color (too complicated) . They don't have any loose powders with yellow tones . This is the closest I could get. I found it leaning a bit too much on the peachy pink side of neutral. For a line that touts to "fit" so many skin tones I would have preferred a powder that is either completely nuetral or nuetral with yellow undertones to correspond with the other Fitme concealers and foundations. All of the loose powder shades, from light to deep, seem to veer either pink or orange/peach.
As far as performance, this left me shiny and I had to reapply after a few hours. I wasn't as impressed with the second application -- it caked up a lot and highlighted the texture / winter dryness of my skin.