Siberia has a neutral undertone, Mont Blanc has pink undertones, and Gobi has yellow. The texture of the product is whipped, creamy, and super blendable. To apply, I dabbed it on areas of my face and then blended it out using a BeautyBlender. Because I have oily skin, and this is a more hydrating foundation, I used the Pro-Prime sample. Even so, I didn't have any problems with shininess throughout the day and would have probably been fine without it. I tend to wear foundations using a lighter application, but you could definitely build this up. I think this will be a great foundation for fall and winter when you need a little more added hydration. The primer doesn't have the usual silicone texture of typical primers, it feels more like a light moisturizer.
Check out the Facebook promotion if you are interested in trying a sample! Right now they are on the medium shades, with darker shades to come. You can purchase the Radiant Cream Compact Foundation at Nars or Sephora.
Have you tried this foundation yet? What are your favourite fall & winter foundations?