The colour match was not any better than the Revlon Skin Matching, it even looked a tad more orange (see pic below). I think these types of foundations are not meant for those with fair skin, I am an NC15 in MAC and the lightest shade in these is just a tad too dark, but I can manage it since I do like the consistency and performance of these. The coverage is light, this feels like a tinted moisturizer, a concealer is definitely needed with this if you have areas to cover up. I would suggest this for those of you who do not like the feel of heavy foundations, as this feels like you aren't wearing anything at all and it definitely let's your skin breathe.
I apply this with a flat top brush, although it suggests to apply it with your hands. Make sure you blend these types of foundations in well or else you will get streaking. The consistency of these is really smooth and feels really good on the skin. I have not broken out from this or the Revlon Skin Matching makeup. I also like that this is so light, I can apply powder over top and not get that cakey look.
However, I did not find this was a "smart" shade for me, nor did I feel any "smart" balancing on my skin.. so for me, this was a fail product. It works just like the Revlon Skin Matching, you could go with either or.
Have you tried any of these skin matching type products? Do you like them?