This foundation is best suited for those with very-dry, dry-combination, and oily, so basically everyone. I don't find it particularly moisturizing however, I have to moisturize well when I wear this, today I wore a calming creme, moisturizer, and primer before applying this. I find Even Better to be more suited for my dry skin than this. A problem I have with this is it turns more yellow on my dry patches, so I have to be careful to blend it very well. The coverage is described as moderate, which is medium, this isn't a full coverage foundation. The finish is quite dewy, if you just do one layer of this it can look natural, which I like, you don't need a lot to cover your entire face. I use a flat top to apply it, tap it more heavily on my cheeks (red area) and it applies smoothly and evenly.
Overall, a decent product, but perhaps a miss for those with fair-light skin, which is a pity they should expand their shade selection for sure. Clinique foundations are pretty good, they are dermatologist tested and are supposed to be good for your skin (good for those with sensitive skin too), most contain SPF (this one has SPF15). Definitely a product worth giving a try. I would be curious to see if any of you have used this and whether it made a difference in your redness over time.
Have you tried Clinique's Redness Solutions line?