RCMA No Colour Setting Powder.

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I don’t know about you but I cant ever not set my base, whether that be a day when I am wear a full face or a day when I just opt for a little concealer I always need to have it fixed on. If I don’t I  find my makeup doesn’t last as long and it starts transferring. Todays post is a review on the No colour Powder from RCMA. You can buy it here.


This was my second time buying this product as I had ran out of my previous one then went onto trying out a similar product by Vichy Dermablend. I have seen popular makeup youtubers such as Kathleen Lights and Jaclyn Hill raving about this powder.

First thing I will say is that I am not a big fan of the packaging, It is a long tube shape with a very basic design. It does stand up on a dressing table or in a makeup organiser easily though. It has a flip top lid that you have to very careful with as once you have taken the seal off and started using it the powder will fly everywhere. The annoying shape makes it  hard to use in terms of getting any on your brush. It has a mini sifter on the cap but I found this no good for me when wanting to dip my beauty blender it for baking my under eye area. Instead I have to put it on another surface and use it that way or transfer it to a old powder pot to use (this is what I do when travelling or staying at my partners house).


The powder itself has no colour pigment or filler to it at all (hence the name) this makes it great for every skin tone as it wont change the colour of anyone’s base. It has a very finely milled consistency and I have found it leaves my face looking demi matte but so smooth and flawless. A little goes a long way and I’ve noticed  I never have to touch up in the day with this powder as it makes my makeup last all day. There is none of the dreaded white cast flashback with this powder when using flash photography which is something I have found with most powders.

Packaging aside the product is amazing and for this reason I will continue to repurchase when ever I run out and for £11.95 for a huge amount of 3oz of powder its a good deal in my eyes.

I would be interested to know if anyone else has this and how they have dealt with the packaging situation?. Let me know in the comments below.

Thanks for reading




5 thoughts on “RCMA No Colour Setting Powder.

    1. I would say its definitely worth it but I can see what you mean sweet. I’ve jumped on the band wagon before for so many raved about powders that left me either looking too dry or the ghostly white cast in photos!. x


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