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RCMA Colour Process Foundation 14g

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      Ideal for professional makeup artists and daily wear, achieve the beautiful results with RCMA's cult-classic Colour Process Foundation, available in individual pots.

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      My every day foundaton

      Kishlette

      So glad to see Adore selling individual RCMA foundations and blushes!

      This is my daily foundation now and I won't be switching any time soon!
      I always struggled to find a shade match in commercial foundations - there are more options now for darker skin tones but it's still limited in terms of the range of undertones catered for. Even in RCMA, I can't find a perfect match but I certainly found a range that was close. I just adjusted the shades using the adjuster palette/godets and I now have a range of shades to properly add dimension to my foundation application - two base shades, highlighting, bronzing and contouring all with once foundation in a single palette... I have all the blushes too! They have come out with some shimmer highlighting shades but they're harder to find.

      I've never had any issues with applying this foundation but, from reading, I understand a lot of people do. It's understandable - it's oil based, which isn't so common now, and very highly pigmented. Skin prep is really important to ensure it doesn't cling to dry patches. I use Embryolisse mixed with RCMA pre-foundation lotion as a base, only using primer to control oil where needed. I then find it easiest to paint it on using a foundation brush (you can contour and add dimension in a very messy way) and then very firmly press the foundation into the skin with a sponge (press and roll, with a not too damp sponge given this is an oil-based product and water and oil don't mix!). Because it doesn't set until you add powder, you have lots of play time and pressing it in firmly not only gives an excellent finish, but also ensures there's only a thin layer on the skin, which I think is the trick to avoid caking. That technique works great for me. As an oil-based foundation, it's actually improved the condition of my skin too so that's a bonus!
      Using it as a high coverage concealer takes a little more work (i.e. you need to set each layer to build opacity) so I personally don't use it for that - I prefer something like Kevyn Aucoin Sensual Skin Enhancer, as it sets more easily and it's also oil-based so they play well together.
      All in all, this foundation, when applied well, gives the most natural looking finish of any foundation I've ever used.
      If you're coming from a liquid foundation, this is a very different application technique but, once you get the hang of it, it doesn't take any longer. Definitely worth getting a 5-part series to you have lots of shades to work with.
      1. My every day foundaton

        Kishlette

        So glad to see Adore selling individual RCMA foundations and blushes!

        This is my daily foundation now and I won't be switching any time soon!
        I always struggled to find a shade match in commercial foundations - there are more options now for darker skin tones but it's still limited in terms of the range of undertones catered for. Even in RCMA, I can't find a perfect match but I certainly found a range that was close. I just adjusted the shades using the adjuster palette/godets and I now have a range of shades to properly add dimension to my foundation application - two base shades, highlighting, bronzing and contouring all with once foundation in a single palette... I have all the blushes too! They have come out with some shimmer highlighting shades but they're harder to find.

        I've never had any issues with applying this foundation but, from reading, I understand a lot of people do. It's understandable - it's oil based, which isn't so common now, and very highly pigmented. Skin prep is really important to ensure it doesn't cling to dry patches. I use Embryolisse mixed with RCMA pre-foundation lotion as a base, only using primer to control oil where needed. I then find it easiest to paint it on using a foundation brush (you can contour and add dimension in a very messy way) and then very firmly press the foundation into the skin with a sponge (press and roll, with a not too damp sponge given this is an oil-based product and water and oil don't mix!). Because it doesn't set until you add powder, you have lots of play time and pressing it in firmly not only gives an excellent finish, but also ensures there's only a thin layer on the skin, which I think is the trick to avoid caking. That technique works great for me. As an oil-based foundation, it's actually improved the condition of my skin too so that's a bonus!
        Using it as a high coverage concealer takes a little more work (i.e. you need to set each layer to build opacity) so I personally don't use it for that - I prefer something like Kevyn Aucoin Sensual Skin Enhancer, as it sets more easily and it's also oil-based so they play well together.
        All in all, this foundation, when applied well, gives the most natural looking finish of any foundation I've ever used.
        If you're coming from a liquid foundation, this is a very different application technique but, once you get the hang of it, it doesn't take any longer. Definitely worth getting a 5-part series to you have lots of shades to work with.
      2. Love this stuff

        Ella

        Pretty expensive, but well worth the price. I keep this in my bag for 24/7 touch ups and I always look flawless!
      3. Amazing

        alicia

        I love the rcma foundations. I am not a makeup artist but I have heard great things about the foundation. I personally love the Shinto shades as I have difficulty finding shades that match my yellow skin tone.
        When I first got the foundation I was so frustrated as application requires some adaption and learning. However once you set it to work it's beautiful on the skin.
      4. Flawless

        Angeli

        I am a makeup artist and this is the only foundation I use in my kit other than my airbrush system. It is also the only foundation I use personally.

        I find the best and most flawless application for cream foundations is with a damp beauty blender/sponge.

        A little goes a long way. It is perfect for photography, film and anywhere high-definition quality is needed. I finish with RCMAs no colour powder for a light matte finish.
      5. needs time to get used to but the results are worth it

        alicia

        I got this product as I am constantly hearing MUA's rave about it. When I first got it I struggled a lot with the application. I felt like it was separating on my skin a leaving my face oily and patchy, however, I eventually got used to the formula and worked out how to work it into my skin. I must say when you use it properly the result is truly is beautiful and leaves you looking flawless. This small container also lasts ages as you only need the tiniest bit of product for a full face of makeup. I recommend this for those whoa re willing to put in work and effort to receive wonderful results
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