How To Bake Your Makeup with RCMA Loose Powders
We tend to apply concealer under the eye to cover any dark circles or fine lines, but time and again, liquid and creams can sink into any of our skin’s natural creases and settles leaving you with unwanted build-up.
This is where the baking comes in; there are several steps to take to ensure you get the best results, so think of this as your makeup recipe! The first step is all about prepping your skin, which means acquiring the right amount of moisture so as not to let any powder dry out in this area.
“The translucent texture means you will always have a beautifully blurred finish and zero shine.”
The next phase is concealer to hide any bags, pigmentation or blemishes. Create a downwards triangle of product that you can combine with the foundation underneath; the Ere Perez Eco Vegan Conceal Brush will help you achieve a defined line that you can then blend with your beauty sponge.
Choose a concealer that is a close colour to your foundation/skin colour, so you aren’t left with a mismatch of shades. The palette ranges from RCMA are amazing due to their variation hues adaptable to all skin tones; we can’t get enough of this latest collection.
Experiment with contouring techniques to define your eye shape with the contrast between light and dark colours depending on the look you are after. Check out our eye shape blog for more details.
Now comes the fun part! With a fluffy brush, we like to use the Ere Perez All Beauty Brush as it holds onto powder really well, and its tapered shape sweeps perfectly under the eye, softly dap the RCMA Premier Loose Powder and brush above and below the eye. This is the setting phase, so allow a solid ten minutes to properly sink in, be generous with the powder, don’t worry; it will settle and deliver a seamless complexion.
The translucent texture means you will always have a beautifully blurred finish and zero shine. Lightly dust off any excess product with your beauty brush, and you will have a magical matte look that lasts all day long.