Essential for anyone wanting to cover redness
I'm mid 20's with a pale, neutral skin tone and find the pastel mint colour of this to be the perfect match - most redness correctors are a kind of olive green and just don't make much difference for me.
This primer works well with my dry cheeks/oily tzone and causes no irritation or acne breakouts.
I only need this for my cheeks and was so impressed with one bottle lasting close to a year. $65 is a lot, but you get your money's worth when you break it down into cost per use.
As the other reviews mention, you really do not need a lot. It's so packed with colour that just a dot will suffice and a full pump is almost like stage makeup. The only issue I had with this was from user error in regards to application.
Applying the product on its own provides a full coverage but it can be chalky and hard to work with. If you're after a sheer, buildable coverage then a damp beauty blender is the way to go. I find it's also important to let it settle before adding another layer because this baby will sneak up on you and then you're walking out of the house looking like Pennywise.
For me, these techniques are either too much or not enough so I just mix it in with another primer (such as the left over from my Elf/Smashbox). It loses no pigment from dilution and the additional primer gives it more slip and spread, providing just the right amount of coverage whilst still maintaining a natural look. I then just apply a translucent powder and I'm done - no more choosing between redness or a full face of foundation.