There are some major beauty gems on the highstreet. Finding a foundation, however can be tricky. As I'm very pale, I find lots of foundations run too dark/orange for my complexion.
Loreal True Match is a foundation I think is really underrated. The formula is very light and slightly watery but it blends easily and is perfect for complexions that only need fine coverage. It has some shimmer in it that is undetectable once applied to the face. I use N1 ivory - the perfect shade match and again no oxidising here. The satin finish doesn't last as long as I would like - I need to blot a little more than with the other two foundations but I really like using this in summer as I'm not a fan of heavy coverages.
Revlon Colorstay for oily/combination skin is my most repurchased foundation (I use the shade ivory). The texture is harder to blend then the other two foundations as it dries quickly. I find it best to apply with fingers rather than a brush. Unlike the true match and match perfection, Revlon colorstay has no pump, so its also a little messy to dispense. Bar that, I love the light/medium coverage and mattifying finish. This has the best oil control of all foundations I've tried, which is the reason I come back to it so often. It covers imperfections and redness, whilst keeping my t-zone shine free for longer.
Have you tried any of these foundations?