Product Description taken from Suqqu website
This UV-protective, emulsion pact foundation does not need a makeup base, and spreads smoothly to fit to your skin. It absorbs excess sebum, covers pores and unevenness, giving the skin an extra smoothness and a naturally luminous finish.</p> <p>
This is the shade range, and how the whole compact (case & sponge sold separately) looks like. I don't understand Japanese, but you can see the price list in Yen and so on.
Here's a swatch of the foundation - sorry I didn't take pics of the mini sanple pan, it's looking a little messy after I have been dipping my brush into it, so there's only this hand swatch. The sample pan contains 1g of product, but I think it can last me for about 10 days of usage. I usually just dab my foundation brush into the pan, and stippled it onto an area of my face, buff and blend and then move on to another part of my face.
I find that shade 102 is able to correct the redness in my skintone, and it is beigy enough to just neutralise everything.
The finish of the foundation is medium to full coverage. It is creamy and very easy to blend. I like how it is blendable, and easy to build up. The foundation is pretty long lasting, and it does feel quite rich. I didn't notice any oxidation throughout the day, and I would set the foundation with my loose power, pressed powder etc, and the results are more or less the same.
In these pictures you can see the finish of the foundation - I feel like it does make my skin look quite flawless, and the coverage is quite full on. The finish of the foundation is a semi-matte finish.
I am wearing Tarte Amazonian clay blush Magic on my cheeks and Revlon Lip Butter in Red Velvet on my lips.
Hope this quick review has been helpful, and thanks for reading!