Allcosmeticswhole.com had, and hoped that it would work, judging by swatches online, it looked like it would. I was afraid this might be too pink toned, judging by the swatches on Laura's site. Porcelain Ivory is the lightest shade, then Blush Ivory and then Warm Ivory (which is more yellow). Laura Mercier's foundation tend to be on the more yellow side (a trend I am noticing with lots of foundation lately). If I had to buy this foundation again, I would probably try out samples of all three at Sephora to really judge for myself which is best, but this one works for now. I do think that Porcelain Ivory would of been a better match for me. I previously reviewed the Silk Creme foundation and did not like that one, mostly because of the poor colour selection. I totally approve of the packaging on this, it comes in a heavy glass bottle with a nice pump and nice lid that keeps it all together, which stays securely on.
The coverage on Laura Mercier's Moisturizing foundation is medium-full. What I like most about it is how it feels on my skin, if you like foundation that feels hydrating this may be for you. I've been applying it with the Sigma F84 brush, one that is meant for blush or contouring, but I think it works very well with foundation because it gets around your nose and eyes well. It's recommended to use a damp sponge if you want a lighter coverage. It doesn't settle into fine lines and it stays put all day.
For me, it works very well, minus the colour match, which is a bit off. I think it's a wonderful foundation for those with dry skin. Of course, do not rely on foundation to moisturize your skin, that's what your skincare is for.
Have you tried Laura Mercier's Moisturizing foundation?