Jae’s 3D FACE CHART! [LIQUID FOUNDATION CONTOURING EDITION] [[Tutorial using RMK Liquid Foundation]]
Remember when I promised I would do a tutorial on contouring using foundation?
Yup, it’s time for that today!
I recently received a question about the favourite liquid foundation of Japanese models.
Now, a flip through any of the GAL magazines, be it POPTEEN or EGG will reveal that a lot of the models use RMK.
As mentioned before, RMK is a Japan based cosmetics company that has branches in countries such as Bangkok and Singapore. Their range is quite extensive, covering everything from makeup to skincare but back to the foundation.
At the risk of sounding like an advertisement voiceover, there are a few types of foundations found at the RMK counter from powder to pressed and finally liquid foundation. The two most commonly used ones are the RMK Liquid Foundation and RMK Creamy Foundation.
I’ll talk about both, but my focus will be the RMK Liquid Foundation.
So I’m always talking about makeup and falsies and everything but you know as well as I do that the most important component of our makeup routines is moisturizing.
That’s right, our skin produces sebum on a regular basis but this isn’t enough especially since a lot of us use a variety of products and cleaners on our faces. In spite of our best efforts in finding stuff that’s ‘gentle’ on our skin, our natural oils will inevitably be stripped from our faces and need to be replenished.
So! Today’s review will be on a ‘moisturizer’, RMK’s Skintuner Smoother formula.
Now, RMK’s got different makeup bases – one’s their relatively new Creamy Polish Makeup Base (that I’ve never tried) and one’s their original Makeup Base that most models use.
The one I’m reviewing today is their original Makeup Base.