Shiseido Anessa UV Sunscreen packed in a sliver bottle, is waterproof yet light and runny to apply. However, it dries off to a waxy finish that might not be suitable for oily sensitive skin, and did not do well to control shine on the T-zone areas of the face.
I love how the Suisai Beauty Clear powder wash contains amino acids and natural enzymes that lathers up easily depending on the water you use. It creates a rich, dense foam that gently deep cleanses while it hydrates. It does not leave a tight feeling and would be great for daily use if the price was less steep.
The shu uemura petal skin foundation spreads well without caking, but might need a second layer to cover blemishes. It seems to be better for normal skin as it has medium staying power but starts showing shine in oilier T-zone areas after 2-3 hours. You can use it just as well with a beauty blender or sponge instead of splurging on that ridiculously expensive Petal 55 brush.
The Biore UV Aqua Rich Watery Essence is waterproof, sweatproof and contains Hyaluronic Acid, Royal Jelly Extract & Citrus extract to keep skin hydrated while providing long lasting UV protection and can be used as a makeup base. Surprisingly, it does not contain any Titanium dioxide or Zinc Oxide, which usually are the main ingredients to provide broad spectrum sunscreen.