NP Set Calming Pre-Foundation Primer ($29) soothes red blotches so the foundation appears more even.
If uneven texture is an issue, Smashbox Photo Finish Hydrating Foundation Primer ($42) is like a Zamboni for skin.
There are definitely complexion-blending pigments in Perricone MD No Foundation Foundation ($50), but the formula is light enough to let skin breathe.
Chanel Perfection Vitalumière Aqua foundation ($45) gives enough coverage to even out tone, but it's sheer enough to keep everyone guessing.
Lancôme Teint Miracle Foundation ($37) contains light reflectors and luminizing pigments to help skin achieve that eight-hours-of-sleep glow (even if it hasn't had anything near it).
Despite its mighty impressive SPF, Neutrogena Healthy Skin Compact Foundation SPF 55 with Helioplex ($13) is also wonderfully smooth and light.
Guerlain Lingerie de Peau ($70) is an apt name because this foundation covers most flaws and glides over skin like a silk slip, thanks to synthetic polymers that stretch over skin and hug it the way that, say, Spanx would. But Spanx Peau just doesn't sound as nice.
For those who apply only where needed (à la concealer), Chantecaille New Stick ($45) is blendably ideal.
Ideal for red blotchy skin (be it due to rosacea or just general sensitivity), mineral foundations not only conceal but also calm. Bare Minerals Matte SPF 15 Foundation ($26) fits this bill.