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Joe Blasco and RCMA Foundations - A Brief Guide

*Post originally written by Olivia J on The Unknown Beauty Blog. If you see this post elsewhere, it has been stolen!*


Joe Blasco and RCMA are two of my favorite brands for foundations. Why? Because they are highly pigmented, 55% pigment content versus the 35% of cosmetic counter brands. They can easily be customized with other brands or themselves. And, they look like true skin color in photographs.

For makeup artists who are starting out, the RCMA palettes are the best to get. One complaint I hear about RCMA is that it is cracked and looks dry in the container. Never fear, the foundation is best used when scooped out and softened onto stainless steel palette. In fact, for any makeup artist you should be scooping out your foundations to avoid cross contamination.


Joe Blasco Foundations - Please, push the button below to go to a revised and visual guide to Joe Blasco Ultrabase Foundations.

Joe Blasco Foundation Guide






RCMA-Research Council of Makeup Artists - Please, click the button below to take you to an extensive and visual guide to RCMA foundations.

RCMA Visual Guide





**Special Thanks to Mr. Joe Blasco and the late Mr. Vincent Kehoe




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