This does work slightly, but I definitely prefer spray-on types (they're more powdery/absorbent) than this foamy type. The powder spray-on forms also work quicker because the foam is wet and will have to dry for a few minutes.
I have the pink/brown/gold palette (all the way on the right in the picture). I love the light pink for all-over and the dark brown for kind of an eyeliner look, but the gold is a little big dark (it's hard to find the right word, maybe it's a bit too bold?) for me. I tend to like more neutral colors so I usually go with a lighter shimmery brown/gold type of color from another palette when I use these colors instead of this gold. It looks GREAT on others but just not my preference for my own eyes. I'm little less bold with my eye color than others. :)
I have kind of a fickle complexion (sometimes it's great, sometimes it needs some major help!) and this foundation is wonderful when I don't have a lot of blemishes. It really does match my skin tone perfectly. However, its perfect matching becomes a problem when I do have a lot of blemishes because it matches the redness slightly, too! I fix that just by using concealer with it, but sometimes I just go with a foundation that has a more opaque coverage on the bad-complexion days!
I bought the brown one (last one on the top row in the picture) and I absolutely love it! I loved the cream shadow from Mary Kay but thought I'd try this one because it costs less than half of the MK brand. I was not disappointed! This brown is the perfect shade to be visible but not overbearing. I love the shimmer, and it doesn't crease! It did crease once, but that was when I already had some light powder shadow on my eyes underneath and didn't bother taking it completely off before adding the cream. I also LOVE how quickly I can put this shadow on and be ready for the day! It's not quite as dark by the end of the day but it definitely doesn't fade fast either. I'm definitely going to get more when I run out!
I love this thing! I didn't know they existed (so I didn't use them with my own dog) until that family I baby'sit for bought a dog--and the kong toy! They put peanut butter in it and sometimes yogurt and then freeze it (that makes the PB/yogurt more solid so it lasts longer for the dog [busy longer] and so it doesn't leave a big trail on the floor when the dog plays with it). When their precious pup gets a little hyperactive or starts chewing on things, we give him the Kong and it keeps him busy just long enough to calm way down! The only thing that I could see becoming a problem is if your PB becomes runny in it and you have carpet. It's great on hardwood floors because you can wipe up the little bit of PB that might spill, but I'm not sure about carpet. Anyone have any trouble with carpet?