This is what it says on the Dior website:
Everlasting 16-hour perfection from morning to night. A luminous matte finish, flawless correction and exceptional comfort, in all conditions.
Day after day, the skin’s texture is refined by the new formula enriched with the Poreless Effect skincare essence.
On the bottle it also claims to be oil controling.
So, to be completly honest, this foundation is not what I expected.
Since Dior is a luxury brand, and also very expencive, I expected this to do what it said it would, but I can’t really say that it does.
First of all I find it to be a bit difficult to work with, it dries really fast so you have to blend it out very quickly, or else it will look patchy in some areas.
I also find that it looks very dry once it’s set, but in my oily areas it does get shiny in a couple of hours, so I’m not very impressed.
Now, you could keep a powder with you for touch-ups, and that works fine, but because of the pricetag on this I don’t think that should be necessary.
However, this does feel very comfortable to wear, and it does last all day, so there are some good sides to it as well.
But for the price I can’t say that this is worth it.
Now, as far as coverage goes I find it to be a light-medium, and personally I have to use a concealer with this.
You can build it up a little bit, but even than I felt the need to use a concealer, so that’s something to keep in mind.
I got mine from Kicks for 445nok and it is available in 16 shades.