This is a huge container (1.5oz-$48USD) of Face Stockholm Picture Perfect Foundation which a friend gave me a while back. I assumed it had been mislabeled because she had porcelain skin and even though it had been labeled Shade A, from the bad swatches on the site I would say this is anywhere from a "C" to maybe an "F". Either way the foundation is certainly a light medium to medium with yellow undertones.
Picture Perfect Foundation is pretty much equivalent to the pro brands of foundation like Ben Nye, Joe Blasco, RCMA, Cinema Secrets, and Graftobian. It is highly pigmented and will look darker in the pot. It can go anywhere from sheer to full coverage. For me this shade, if I go for medium coverage; it works out fine. Full coverage and it would be a tad too dark.
The formula is wax and oil mixture making it more of a moisturizing foundation suitable for normal to dry or mature skin. For mature skin this spreads pretty easily without any primer but without that greasy feeling.
In the pictures you can see the flashback is pretty normal, meaning there is no white out and the skin will just look even in pictures. I usually wear this foundation as a concealer since it is pigmented enough for that use.
If you never tried Face Stockholm Picture Perfect Foundation, I would recommend it. It is a good professional quality and comes in one of the hugest containers I have ever seen. However, the price might be a bit stiff compared to the other pro brands but you get a huge amount, enough to split it with a makeup twin.
Ingredients: Parafinnium Liquidum, Caprylic/capric Triglyceride, propylene glycol laurate, lanolin, ozokerite, petrolatum, cera carnauba, propylparaben, bht. May contain: Iron oxides, titanium dioxide, Chromium oxide green, ultramarine.