Now I like the packaging, the dark brown sleek shape of the tube appeals to me. However this a bi-phase foundation; meaning when sitting undisturbed it will separate into pigment and liquid.
Relax. Too avoid this from happening, give your tube the best shake you can, then put it down for a couple of min (apply your primer or concealer at this time)… then before you twist the cap, tap it a couple of times on the cap, then open it, and voila no mess spewing all over the place.
The foundation consistency is on the runny side, LM recommends application using fingers or their sponge. I stick to my beauty blender. Am I using more product this way? Yup, most likely, the sponge definitely absorbs some… but I love the smooth, even finish a beauty blender gives me, so I accept the cost :)
Coverage is medium-to-full, and this melds so well with your skin, as to be imperceptible. Wear time is fantastic. This oil-free foundation is what my oily face needs. Throughout the day I do get some fading in my t-zone, but it’s even fading… and at the end of the day my face still looks put together… well I believe it does :)
LM claims that this product is non-comedogenic; I agree, my acne prone skin did not act up when I started to use this.
So if you’re in the market for a light feel (yes, I have to mention this is weightless on your face) base with good coverage and don’t mind imperfect packaging or the steep price, then I highly recommend this.
Actually I recommend you get yourself colour-matched and a sample to play with first… we don’t all love the same thing :) I don’t want to be responsible for any regret purchases :)