This stick foundation retails for $25 and you could find it at Macy's, Anastasia Beverly Hills, Sephora and Ulta. It's really easy to find a color in this collection because there are so many different shades you can choose from and I think that's what makes this collection special.
When applying this, I find that it's easier to apply it straight to my face when my primer is still slightly wet. I've tried getting some product onto the brush and then applying it to my face but I feel like it doesn't give much coverage that way. Without using a brush I'll put about 2 lines on each part of my face and then use a dense foundation brush to buff it out then go over it with my real techniques sponge to make sure everything is even and not streaky. It takes me less than a minute to blend my foundation out because it's easier to apply than a liquid foundation! I'm actually get more time to spend on my eye makeup now with this foundation.
As for my oily skin? This works great, but throughout the day when it reaches the five hour mark I find that I'm getting oily around my chin and t zone area. A downside about this foundation is that it can cling onto dry patches that may be on your skin. Around my lips are the patchiest so it's really frustrating to try and blend this in without having having patchy skin around my mouth. If you have dry skin I don't think this would be the right foundation for you.
Sephora, Ulta, Macy's, and Anastasia Beverly Hill's website.
Have you tried stick foundations before?