The packaging outside is simple and I love that the product is in a sturdy glass container.
But there's no pump. It's messy and I'm pretty clumsy so I already dropped it on the carpet. Ugh.
I got the color 120 which is the third lightest color they had. It looks like it has some yellow undertones which not a lot of drugstore foundations have.
I swatched a little on my hand and as you can clearly see, it's really runny.
I blended it in and the color is a nice match. I'm NC20 to give you an idea.
I noticed right away that it's lightweight on the skin and easy to blend. I can see why most people like it but it's not the right "fit" for me. Pun intended and meant for you to laugh.
I have acne. I'm not talking about tiny pimples and blackheads, although I do have those too. But massive zits. Everywhere.
This foundation is light coverage. I wouldn't even say medium because it's so sheer. If you have a lot of imperfections you want to cover, then this won't do it for you.
It did last about 6-7 hours with primer underneath which is a decent amount of time. I had to retouch afterwards but I can live with that.
Overall I recommend this foundation if you want light natural coverage.
By the way I'm wearing a brand new lipstick which I'm head over heels for. You like?