I tried to apply the MUFE just like the videos said, because it looked so bad on me, cakey, dry, horribly sinking into my skin... I didn't know what I was doing wrong, because I never experienced that before. I've had makeup artists apply foundations from various lines on me, but I had only used Dior and NARS foundations on myself, so I figured the MUFE must have some special tricks. Nope, it just seriously didn't work out for me.
So that's my loooong segway into this review.
Unfortunately, I no longer have the MUFE foundation, but I have used this primer with both MUFE and other brands, and here is my personal experience with it.
The texture is kind of serum-like, which was fine. It was very similar to (forgive me I really forgot the brand!) a primer I've used, seems like ages ago, called Spackle.
This primer was good for me in terms of prolonging my foundation, but I did not like the highly tacky, sticky feeling it left on my face. That also made it more difficult to blend. I had some areas on my face where the foundation would after a while, around my nose and chin is what I noticed the most.
Face products are so different from one person to the next, and this is only my personal experience with the product.