The coverage is medium to high, but the feel is not at all paste-like, more of a cream, which spreads silkily out and sets in place with minimal blending required. It feels lovely - as in you can hardly feel it - and has an almost reflectively radiant finish that would be perfect at juicing up the look of dry skin. I'm not entirely convinced very oily skin types will approve as it is a real glow-giver, but that won't be an issue for readers of this gallery. The SPF20 gets a big thumbs up from me, as does a decent shade range for light and dark skin.
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