I bought this foundation a while ago and on first impressions I wasn't too impressed as it seemed to really oxidise on my skin and cling to dry patches. I've decided to give it another go as I've heard nothing but bloggers singing their praises about this foundation like Lauren Curtis, Vivianna and so many more!
I can happily report that this foundation deserves the hype surrounding it as it is amazing for the price. I find it is like MAC Studio Fix Fluid in terms of coverage but it feels so much lighter and looks a lot more natural. The shade I have which is C1 is also a pretty good match for my skin, it is very fair so good for the all the pale gals out there. In saying that, I do find it does get darker on my skin during the day which is a bit annoying but it doesn't overly detract from how the foundation looks. I also find it doesn't cling to dry patches providing a good moisturiser/primer is applies before hand. It leaves a natural finish on the skin although on my skin it leans towards the dewier side of the spectrum which provides a healthy glow without looking sweaty/oily.
The foundation also applies and blends really nicely. For this foundation I do like using either my ELF Small Stippling brush or the Real Techniques Buffing brush/Expert face brush which gives a really nice polished look. It also looks nice blended in with fingers to give a more natural look. I'm sorry I couldn't upload a picture of me wearing the foundation but I am wearing it one of my previous posts if you're interested.
Overall, I adore this foundation especially for the price as it really is a bargain at under £10 (and currently on 3 for 2 in Boots!)
Have you tried the L'oreal True Match?