I'm kind of eh about this foundation. Some people claim it's full coverage, but honestly, I think it's sheer-medium-full. It definitely is buildable, which is nice. It's very nice for the price of $12.75 at Walgreens. It was nice to apply, and covered almost all my freckles around my nose, under my eyes and on my cheeks. It says on the back of the bottle, 'lasting power of primer, coverage of a concealer, and blendability of a foundation in one. Shine free.'. I disagree. If you don't have that base of a primer and a translucent powder to set it, it's not going to stay there. It will rub off/fade/etc. As I stated, the coverage is buildable, but who wants to pile on foundation? Nobody does, especially for everyday wear. Not too good for the skin either because you have to put on more products to bring back that life to make your face look more natural. You're going to need to put on concealer for some flaws. With my skin type, this is not shine free. I wore it from 10:30 in the afternoon until 10-11 at night. I touched up twice in that length of time. I used a mattifying powder because I was seeing a faint shine in my t-zone (I prefer a matte face). My skin was more oily than normal during my monthly cycle this month, so I'll have to try it again when the oiliness transitions back to normal. Other than that, I wouldn't really suggest it to anyone else. It is good for someone who is on a budget. I bought it because I wanted something to wear until I get a high end foundation from Ulta/Sephora for a wedding this summer. I will suffice until then lol.