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3 days ago

Jacqlyn W.

Hi Jacqueline. I know you are busy, but this girl is taking all of someone else's pictures and claiming them as her own. Someone has posted a link to someone's Instagram that shows the work this girl is stealing.

3 days ago

Jacqlyn W.

Http://www.beautylish.com/profile/ixavaws

http://pinsta.me/forever_franco

Sorry, it wouldn't let me attach the links in my original comment.

2 days ago

Jacqueline H.

Thanks for the heads up Jacqlyn, the matter is being looked into.

3 days ago

Hannah K.

She then posted some misinformation, and when people disagreed with her, this was her response.

3 days ago

Jacqueline H.

Hi Hannah; I just woke up but it looks like the situation was properly addressed. Thanks for the heads up, it is most appreciated. I'll be keeping an eye on her. ;)

3 days ago

Hannah K.

Hello! There's a girl on here who is being rather rude to other members and not offerering helpful advice whatsoever. I think she is quite young and new to BL. This is a screenshot of her account.

Last week

Kenna S.

Miss Jackie! Hello! How're you? I just have a few quick questions. I'm purchasing the rcma vk 11 pallete this month and I'm aware that when using it, you have to neutralize skin discoloration before hand. How would you go about doing that? Thanks so much! xoxo~ Kenna 💕🌈

Last week

Jacqueline H.

Hi Kenna; Okay, I am going to be very very very honest with you. When it comes to RCMA, in my opinion, it is one of the best professional grade foundations on the market. This foundation does not look, feel, or apply like a commercial, or even a theatrical foundation does. As much as I love this foundation, I have mistakenly recommended it to individuals that aren't professionals and do not/would not use this foundation on a regular basis, and that is my bad. Why? Because through no fault of their own, they simply don't have the working knowledge needed to apply and use this foundation as its founder, Mr. Vincent J-R Kehoe intended. How I see and use this foundation is very different than a makeup enthusiast would see and use this product, and quite honestly, I have a very hard time separating the professional part of me when it comes to suggesting products to individuals that do not work in a professional capacity.

RCMA offers the widest array of shades and counter shades on the market, and if you do not fundamentally understand color theory (which skin discoloration falls under) and its application across the board, this foundation is not for you, and you will be in way over your head.

There is a definite learning curve when it comes to using this foundation, and most people are not used to working with a process foundation, and this leads to errors piled on top of errors: Since RCMA does not look like a commercial grade foundation that they are used to using, there is s tendency to pile it on in order to mimic the foundation look that they are used to seeing, and when that is done, the RCMA foundation does not look as its creator intended, and the user has the tendency to blame it on the product and not on their incorrect application of it. A good number of the pictures that you see on these blogs/YouTube channels show how RCMA is NOT supposed to look. One of the VK palettes costs $72 dollars, and if you do not know how to mix, apply and match others with this foundation, you will be throwing perfectly good money and foundation down the drain. Kenna, I would be doing you a great disservice if I told you to go out and buy this palette because you have to learn how to walk before you can run. :)

If you are interested in really upping your game, start by researching and studying undertones and color theory, because there is more to undertones than being warm, cool, neutral, or having yellow or pink as a base to a foundation. Once you have a firm grasp on color theory,start by working with drugstore foundations...learn how to identify the base undertone, how to mix them and how they feel and look on the skin. Then work your way up to cream foundations, powder to cream foundations, etc. etc. That way, you will have a solid and necessary understanding of how different types of foundations look and function on the skin. Then, and only then, would I suggest working with RCMA. I sincerely hope that you can understand where I am coming from, and why I have said what I have said here. It's because I care and I want you to take the initiative... It will make you a far better artist down the road. :)

Last week

Sandra C.

I herd that one was good, I haven't looked into it but for sure will:) Thanks again! <3.

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Jacqueline H.

"For Beautiful Eyes, Look For The Good In Others." Audrey Hepburn

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