Sephora. It comes in a plastic lightweight packaging, much like Clinique's foundation does, with a squeeze applicator (I like this packaging). I have it in the shade #20, which is "light with beige undertones". If you want to see more swatches of this foundation click here, and here (goes to Karlasugar's site).
Lancome Teint Idole instead.
For those with oily or combination skin I think this would definitely sit better on the skin because it does tend to set quickly and is long-wearing and resistant. I have to wash my face very thoroughly when I wear this, because only using wet wipes I can see myself taking it off over and over again and it's still there. So for oily skin, I think it's heaven-sent, for dry skin you gotta work, I've been mixing mine with moisturizer to sheer it out and give it more slip. This foundation also did not blend very well for me, probably due to my dry skin, where you put it is basically where it stays. It seems more work than it should for me.
While I wouldn't recommend Mat Velvet + for those with dry skin. if you are willing to work with it, it is do-able. I will reserve this foundation for use in the summer, as right now it is a bit too much for me, I much prefer the F&B and I will review the HD soon, still working out that one too.
Have you tried MUFE Mat Velvet? If you have dry skin, please let me know how it worked for you!