Now on to the foundation itself. The shade is slightly darker than my actual skin tone but to be fair that would be the fault of the worker who matched me up. She didn't match it to my neck as accurately as I would have liked it to be. However, this can be fixed by applying a lighter concealer to balance out the shade. The formula itself is thin and easy to blend out. But I would say it is more light/medium coverage than medium/full coverage as it don't cover up as much as I would like it to even after applying two layers. The consistency of the foundation is very thin so you can see through it. It is lightweight and it is perfect for days you don't want to wear too much makeup. I would not wear this on a day where I want full coverage.
It claims to control oil levels but I still got oily around my t-zone and towards the end of the day by foundation start splitting around my smile lines. It does make my face look dewy and towards the end of the day I just look like an oily mess as my skin begins to release oil and I don't like that look. It would have been better if it was more towards the matte side. In terms of how long it lasts, it requires touch ups throughout the day and it doesn't look the way it did at the end of the day compared to the start. I wouldn't use this on a day wear I will be wearing makeup all day and want my makeup to last.
Overall, the foundation is good if you are looking for light coverage foundation and want something lightweight to wear for regular use on an everyday basis. There are a range of shades to choose from but don't be like me and actually get it matched to your neck. However, it does not control oil and cannot be worn for a long period of time. It is also more on the dewy side and I am a matte girl.