I bought this foundation after reading recommendations from my current foundation review (MAC Studio Sculpt) that this would be a good foundation for my dry skin. I did loads of research beforehand and convinced myself that it was definately worth the £29.50 so went ahead and bought it from ASOS. I'm an NW15 usually and decided to buy it in Month Blanc which was the perfect colour for my skin (it's lighter than NW15 but I find that to be a little too dark/yellow for my skin, whereas this was more pink which I loved - it matched perfectly).
It's a sheer-medium coverage foundation which I honestly wasnt too bothered about since I have pretty decent skin anyway and I found that it covered my skin pretty decently. I would say that it verges more on the medium coverage than sheer and I found that it was buildable to a certain extent.
It's also a satin/dewy finish foundation which was what I was after since my skin is dry so I wanted to give it that glowing look. It applied really dewy to start off with but then after a couple minutes, it did matt down quite a lot which I was quite dissapointed about since it is called 'Sheer Glow'. I found that it had average staying power, probably around 6 hours (I touch my face quite a lot) but around then it could probably do with a couple touch ups.
I bought this because it is supposed to be really good for normal-dry skin, but I unfortunately had to send it back because it actually really accentuated the dry patches on my skin, particularly on my forehead and around/on my nose. I wrote that the Studio Sculpt did this too, but after using Sheer Glow I realised that it actually wasn't so bad as I thought. I honestly wouldn't recommend this for people with dry skin at all, unless your skin is really good. It also streaked quite a lot when I applied it with a foundation brush and a stippling brush. I tried applying it with my fingers too as it recommends but I found this to be even worse.
I also didn't like (like pretty much everyone else) that it doesn't have a pump unless you buy one for it (which you then can't use the lid with). I always ended up pouring too much foundation out on my hand and had to mess around trying to get it back in the top. Other than that I love the packaging. I really wanted to love this foundation but it really just did not suit my dry skin at all. Let me know if you've got/tried this foundation before. How did you get on with it?