This retails for $11.99 on Ulta and Amazon at the moment but will hit stores in January 2018. I believe it has launched in Europe already but the shade system is a little different. There are currently 16 shades available in the US.
I use 120 Classic Ivory in the Fit Me Matte + Poreless range and that is a pretty spot-on match for me. I am NC20/Laneige #21 with neutral warm undertones and oily combo skin. I got the shade 112 Natural Ivory because I got it off ebay and this was the only light shade available at that time. It's a bit more pink-grey toned than the fit me classic ivory but I can pull it off. It just looks a little brighter, which I don't mind at all. From what I have gathered so far, the shades in the SuperStay range tend to run darker than the Fit Me counterparts.
This comes in a glass tube with a cheap plastic cap and pump, but not gonna complain much because it finally has a pump.
This has a thick liquid consistency but it spreads well and easily. I have tried applying it with both my fingers and a brush and while they both look great, I think I prefer using a brush. This dries and sets quickly so you should work in sections.
Bare skin with only primer and moisturizer. I primed with ColourPop's Amethyst Setting Spray, YSL All Hours Primer and Innisfree No Sebum Primer.
One layer of foundation applied. Redness has been evened out. Some spots still peeking through. A lot of dry flaky skin on my nose.
This has a smooth matte finish. However, the first time I used this, it left behind a tacky finish so I'm not sure what went wrong. If you do not use a pore filling primer, this foundation will not minimize or cover up your pores at all. It does not accentuate pores so it will look natural. Overall, I think this has pretty high coverage but it does not build up to a complete full coverage. I still have some spots peaking through. Any dry flaky skin will show up once you apply this foundation so exfoliate well beforehand!
This has pretty good oil control on its own. I can get 4 hours of wear before starting to look a little dewy on my cheeks. With setting powder, I can get 5-6 hours of oil control but I am still far less dewy. I think it has better oil control than the Fit Me Matte + Poreless.
This foundation does not provide any hydration at all. In fact, it may be a little drying. I have to wear a light moisturizer underneath to prevent my skin from drying out and to avoid the foundation from getting cakey.
Without setting with powder, this transfers quite a bit when you blot. Oil will definitely remove this foundation, so as long as you can find a way to control your oil, you can keep this on for a really long time. Even so, it does not hold up to its claim of 24h because I have other 24h foundations that do not transfer even with facial oil. After 10h of wear, this foundation noticeably faded away from my nose and chin. My cheeks still had a fair bit of product left.
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