I have to second Studio Sculpt. I have had one since november, and first of all you cant even tell I have used it though I use it very frequently.
It is very thick so if you want light coverage I would use foundation brush to put very little and blend well.
If you want full coverage you can just build it up and get a nice flawless coverage no matter what condition your skin is in!
Also the price is great. I would though strongly recommand to go in and get matched
I have been using both Mineralize Satin Finish Foundation and Studio Sculpt. They both have SPF 15. And I really like both of them.
Mineralize Foundation provides a low to medium coverage and it contains antioxidants vitamins C and E. I do have combination skin and it works perfectly to me since it control my T-zone without over-drying the rest of my face.
Studio Sculpt its a creamy gel based that provides medium to full coverage with a natural satin finish (NOT matte). Its long wearing and water resistant.
I switch between them depending on my needs and I love them both. I do recommend that you go to a M.A.C. store and talk to a Make-up artist. They will be the best to help you to pick up whats the best for you. And you will be able to try it on so you will see how it looks on your skin.
I hope I have helped you.
mac's studio fix fluid liquid foundation gives full coverage and is long lasting. i only wear mine on special occasions because of it's thickness, but when my skin was having problems, i would wear it every day. its a really great foundation and looks flawless in pictures.
Might be the unpopular choice compared to the Fix Fluid, but I agree with Studio Sculpt. It doesn't cake or accentuate the dry areas on my face. However, the consistency of the Studio Sculpt foundation is thicker because it is a gel based foundation.