Fiorella mixed half and half with Adonia seems to be right for my fair, neutral-to-warm colouring (with grey-blue eyes, light, golden-brown hair.) I ordered samples in 'delicate' as recommended for sensitive skin, plus some 'velvet' to cover red marks that have - oh joy - plagued me through the menopause. Good news, I like the texture and ingredients list. Bad news, I can't get the coverage I need, especially on the dark circles under my eyes. Unlike other happy customers, I found that applying more DID emphasise wrinkles. I'd like to persist but suspect that this works fantastically to enhance fairly good skin, not so well on people like me, who need more help.
One more thing: I live in the UK and was impressed by the speed of shipping.
Frances it can be difficult to get just the right technique when dealing with reddish areas, scarring, or damaged skin without worrying about wrinkle enhancement. Velvet is definitely more opaque, so less is more. We advise if you are needing much more coverage, then using the moist method or adding a rich emollient face cream right before application can work like a liquid foundation and meld quite nicely with mature skin. Once it melds then go back over your facial areas that have more wrinkles and buff out the excess. Also "delicate" can work for great coverage when using one of these methods. Though it offers a more natural look, it can still cover redness and work well on Scarring. Checkout under Foundation FAQ's the article that addresses Scarring and it includes a video. The after look is remarkable and Katherine demonstrates using delicate Fiorella. Hope this helps you to achieve your goal in getting a beautiful complexion.