PIGMENTATION: This is billed as full coverage, but I would say this is more medium coverage. I was disappointed it wasn't as high coverage as StudioFix, but it's enough to cover minor redness. In MAC, my perfect match is NC15, and I felt that L45 is a perfect match in the Lock-It Powder Foundation.
PRODUCT: The powder is silky smooth, and doesn't feel like I'm wearing any makeup. It kind of floats over my skin and makes it look poreless and not powdery. My pores on my cheeks and nose are on the larger side, so pretending to be poreless is pretty exciting! It also does a pretty good job at battling shine.
PACKAGING: It's a heavy-duty plastic compact with a raised KvD logo and roses printed on the lid. In the compartment for the powder sponge applicator, it's completely closed. (Not sure if this is a good or bad thing-- I'm just used to my StudioFix compact with the airholes. I would think that it would keep the puff cleaner bc if you have a messy makeup bag like me, any broken eyeshadow or leaking lipgloss won't get to it.) The applicator compartment may be big enough to house a bigger puff or sponge or whatever suits your fancy. Also, the sponge that comes with it is the exact same one that MAC sells. So if you're willing to buy from MAC, you can buy replacements.
All in all, if you're looking for a lightweight powder that blurs imperfections that doesn't get cakey and gross, the Lock-It Powder Foundation is a good choice. As always, you don't have to take my word for it! Kat Von D's Lock-It Powder Foundation is available now at Sephora.