About the brand

The Research Council of Makeup Artists was founded in 1962 by a makeup artist named Vincent JR Kehoe. It began as an organization to further research and development for makeup products in the stage, film, and television industries. Their products now range from foundation to palettes and are available online, at specialty stores nationwide and internationally.

http://www.rcmamakeup.net/

Overall rating
4.1
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74%
would repurchase
4.1
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Overall rating
74%
would repurchase

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Latest RCMA Makeup Reviews

No Color Powder
5.0
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4 months ago

Sets makeup well, controls oil well and takes away shine well. It's quite fine and doesn't look very powdery or textured, actually it slightly refines texture. It's translucent enough not to cause...

No Color Powder
5.0
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4 months ago

Sets makeup well, controls oil well and takes away shine well. It's quite fine and doesn't look very powdery or textured, actually it slightly refines texture. It's translucent enough not to cause...


No Color Powder
5.0
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5 months ago

I'm amazed that I'm only just now, getting around to writing a review about this product. Currently on either my second or third bottle and really can't see myself not having this within my...

No Color Powder
5.0
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5 months ago

I'm amazed that I'm only just now, getting around to writing a review about this product. Currently on either my second or third bottle and really can't see myself not having this within my...

Color Process Foundation
5.0
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8 months ago

I bought this a year or so ago in the KA palette and I didn't like it very much. The foundation seemed greasy and wouldn't stay on, despite its claim of being long lasting. There seemed to be a...

Color Process Foundation
5.0
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8 months ago

I bought this a year or so ago in the KA palette and I didn't like it very much. The foundation seemed greasy and wouldn't stay on, despite its claim of being long lasting. There seemed to be a...