RCMA No-Color Pressed Powder officially launched today and we could not be more excited! The loose version has been a pro favorite for decades because it can be used with all of the brand’s Color Process Foundation shades, from the very lightest to the very deepest, and this one also promises to be a hit!
The ability for makeup artists to carry one powder for many skin tones is just one of the reasons for this powder’s success. Another is that with no pigment added, it doesn’t shift the color of the makeup when utilizing corrective and shading techniques, or cause the surprise that no one wants: unexpected flashback. This new version offers all of the above and the same transparent, smooth finish but comes pressed in a compact that fits easily into your makeup bag, not to mention avoids the nightmare of spillage in your kit or on set (aka the talent’s wardrobe–ugh!).
For those who may be unfamiliar, RCMA stands for the Research Council of Makeup Artists, founded in the ’60s by makeup artist Vincent Kehoe. His goal was to create superior products for professional use in film, television and theater. The high standards used in the development of the products and the consistently excellent performance keeps them a “must-have” for makeup artists to this day.
Color Process Foundation is available in various configurations, including single jars, 5-shade palettes, and the pro-favorite VK Palettes. There are two versions, each containing 18 inclusive foundation shades. Another option is the Kevin James Bennett Complexion Palette, an excellent choice for artists who like to customize shades for their clients. This Emmy Award-winning artist personally selected the foundation shades for this collection and added primary colors along with black and white. Plus, it includes a clear base for adjusting coverage too.
Whether you need a single shade of foundation for yourself, a palette of many for professional use, or a fabulous (and famous!) setting powder, RCMA has something for everyone with products that provide exceptional quality and value—and they’re also vegan and cruelty-free.
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