I want sure what kind of foundation for go for, they have the option or liquid and mineral but I decided it would be best to try out a liquid based foundation in the end. They have quiet a few options for skin colours which I like a lot! I don't really like foundations that are heavy coverage as they bring me out in spots badly, my pores really don't appreciate being so blocked up from it, so that's why I prefer to go for something very light on my skin when it comes to foundation. The Glory Bloom foundation is not too thick and not too watery and spreads nicely on my skin, very evenly too, my biggest issue is when my eyes water or my face gets hot the foundation looks like its melting off my face, luckily that doesn't happen too often and I normally set the foundation with a transparent face powder which helps it from doing that, If you want to have a dewy look though I would skip using powder. The concealer seemed very dark when it arrived and I was scared that it wouldn't match my skin, but when I tried it I was pleasantly surprised to see that it blends in very nicely to my pale skin and doesn't look dark at all (as you can see from the pictures below). I do love both foundation and concealer but as you can see they do come in tiny pots and are pricey for the amount you get (bare in mind it is handmade and not mass produced), if you're ordering from the UK like I was you will more then likely have to pay custom charges like I did which were about £12. The concealers are priced at £7.90 and the foundation was £11.85, they are perfect for people who want to start using vegan cosmetics they're 100% cruelty free, if you wish to check them out I will leave their link below.
(Foundation straight out the bottle)