With a soft focus finish, this offering disguises blemishes and uneven skin tone, whilst appearing natural and flawless on the skin. Although it's marketed as a tint, I would describe it more as a light foundation which delivers buildable coverage with minimal effort. I like to apply a thick layer of moisturiser followed by my Too Faced Hangover Primer to ensure that my base is nourished and hydrated as I find that it can be a little drying, though nothing that a little moisture can't fix.
I personally like applying this base with my fingers and then go in with my Beauty Blender to make sure that everything is blended. If you're after a lightweight, flawless base that will mattify, yet allow your skin's natural glow to come through then this is one to try.
Have you tried the Nars Velvet Matte Skin Tint?