I have combination skin, I have an oily T zone but normal/dry skin everywhere else. I want a Medium coverage, that is not cakey, but with a dewy/healthy finish. I also need staying power as I often work long hours. Although my skin is Oily/Normal I find that as soon as I apply foundation it has a matte appearance. Which always leaves me in a massive tizz over which foundation to get.
I bought this in the shade 150 Buff which is a perfect match for my skin tone however it does have a very dull appearance on my skin which leaves it looking a bit 'bleugh'. There is 20 shades in the Oily/Combination range and 12 in the Normal/Dry range which covers the majority of skin tones from very pale skin, to dark skin. After some deliberation I decided to get the one for Normal/Dry skin as I powder my foundation anyway which would reduce the oily appearance on my T zone.
The one thing I really hate about the packaging is the lack of pump. I end up wasting so much product and it gets a bit messy trying to dispense the foundation. I do like the glass bottle but for me that lack of pump really lets it down, especially for £12.49 a bottle.
Overall I think this foundation was a total waste of money. It leaves my skin looking cakey,dull and patchy and the lack of pump is just a faf. I had heard so many good things about it so I was really expecting to love it but I think it's safe to say that this was a complete and utter disappointment. So i'm back on the hunt for my staple foundation.