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I have 2 shades, 109 Wheat and 112 Amber. If you are familiar with MAC foundations, 109 Wheat would be a good match for an NW30 and 112 Amber is similar to NW30-NW35 (112 is slightly darker and less pink than 109). I usually go for golden or olive undertones, so I add a drop of green corrector because these 2 shades are too pink for me.
The coverage is medium but buildable, it doesn't look caked on although I wouldn't say that it's the most natural-looking foundation I've tested. The finish isn't matte on me, it's luminous without looking greasy! Compared to Clarins True Radiance, this one offers more coverage and the finish is a lot less dewy.
The consistency of this foundation is quite thick but it doesn't feel like I'm wearing foundation! In fact, it feels really good on the skin and isn't greasy or sticky. It's very perfumey though, so it might bother those of you with sensitive skin.
Here's the shade 109 Wheat on me without any primer or powder :
And here's the shade 112 Amber :
It has great staying power, the foundation still looks great after 10 hours and it doesn't settle in the fine lines! However I wouldn't say that this foundation has mattifying properties on me, I definitely need to touch up with blotting sheets throughout the day.
This is an awesome foundation for someone who want medium to full coverage and need something that will last all day, but I'm not gonna lie I still prefer my Clarins True Radiance foundation just because it looks more like second skin!
The Clarins Everlasting Foundation+ SPF 15 retail for $41 CAD for 30ml.
(I received this product in order to evaluate it and give my opinion, but rest assured that my comments are always honest and impartial.)