The Cushion Foundation ft. L'oreal

WHAT IS IT?
Available in 7 shades it's the first budget option and an equivalent to the eastern cushion foundation trend. It comes in a compact form with a mirror, an applicator sponge and a cushion sponge contaning a liquid foundation. SPF 25, luminosity and a buildable coverage are its main assets.

THE GOOD
You may know I'm rather particular about my base products as I'm forever looking for something that's able to perk up my dry complexion and make it look flawless at the same time. What's really good about this pot is how it wears. Even though the texture is quite thin and the finish rather sheer it lasts a decent amount of time and still looks pretty impeccable and fresh post long working hours.
A soft lightweight luminous skinlike base is something I always strive to achieve and this one has done well!

THE BAD?
The sheer finish it offers could not be something to be fond of. I don't mind it, however it's definitely not enough if you're after a fuller coverage.
What else, even though I can make it work the lightest shade in the range is not, as usual, light enough.
Nevertheless, I'd definitely recommend it for dry skin, plus it's a great option for summer and it reapplies like a dream.

L'Oreal Paris Nude Magique Cushion Foundation, 14.99

Have you tried it?