Of course, the risk with many-in-one products like this is that rather than doing one thing well, they do several things badly. I'll admit I was dubious when I purchased this, but I thought it was worth a try for the price, and 'Ivory' seemed to match my skin quite nicely; it's maybe a touch darker than I'd ideally like, but it blends out to work pretty well for me. Below you can see my bare skin on the left, and Miss Sporty Mission Correction Multi-Action Foundation applied over primer on the right.
The finish it offers is semi-matte, in my opinion, probably partly due to the highlighting effect; the skin doesn't look dull or flat, but nor does it look shiny or oily. As always with my base products, I powder over it anyway to give a matte finish and help prolong wear-time; my skin is so oily that skipping powder isn't an option for me. I've found the wear time to be pretty good, with the coverage starting to become patchy after around 6-8 hours' wear, depending on the weather and what I've been doing. Oil comes through well before that though and I need to blot and add powder usually within the hour.