[REVIEW] RCMA No Color Powder


It is no secret that RCMA No Color Powder is everyone’s favorite in You Tube for the affordability and the fact that it works beautifully even for dry skin. Even there are a lot of people that said that it’s even better than the famous Laura Mercier Translucent Powder. Since I have dry skin that’s never been a best friend with powder, hence the reason why I never set my makeup except for under eye area and liners, of course I was curious to try this affordable yet wonderful powder!


RCMA Loose Powders are a staple in the industry and should be a part of every pro makeup artist’s kit. RCMA Powder will keep your foundations set and dry without “caking.” Our No-Color Powder can be used for all powdering purposes. Since it has no filler or pigment it will not alter the color of foundation bases.

With no pigment or fillers, the RCMA No Color Powder ingredients are limited to just four. The RCMA No Color Powder is formulated with silica, calcium oxide, talc, and magnesium oxide.


Maybe you guys noticed that the powder that I purchased have different packaging with the famous salt-container-packaging of the RCMA No Color Powder. Well, since it took me a reallyyyy long time to finish a powder, (my Innisfree No-Sebum Powder lasted me for around 3 years), I decided to purchase the “shared” packaging (lol, yes, such thing exist here in Indonesia, just make sure that you bought it from a trusted reseller, I bought mine in @preorderbymimo.). 

My other reason to bought this shared version is to sample it first before I bought the full size because even though it’s originally affordable in US, Indonesian online market sold it for around ~$20, nearly double the price due to shipping and custom cost, and so many reasons.


The powder itself is so finely milled, soft and unscented. My firsts experiment with this powder is a bit meh since I used it with puff and beauty blender. It tends to make my face caked if I use it that way. However, when I use it with my favorite powder brush, Real Techniques Bold Metals 100 Arched Powder Brush (this stuff is soooo good I can’t lie!), it spreads beautifully in the skin. It makes my skin almost poreless, and sets my makeup without making it cakey nor dry after a long day.

However, I feel like that this powder is not “translucent” enough for my liking. For me, this powder is definitely have white color. Therefore, you might want to go lightly with this powder.


So, overall, I highly recommend this powder. Especially if you have dry skin and scared of powders that usually make your skin even more dry. No wonder almost every beauty guru raves this RCMA No Color Powder, this powder is just simply works! 

To make it even better, this powder is definitely way more cheaper than other famous powder in the market like say, Laura Mercier or Giorgio Armani that’s also famous for dry skin. So, if you happen to find this powder in your nearest drugstore or online, make sure to snatch it right away because this powder really deserves the raves!

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