“I've used RCMA in my kit for 20 years, it's been a staple,” he shared via Instagram Live. If you’re going for a full glam look this is definitely the formula to try: it contains 50 per cent professional-grade pigmentation (as opposed to the general 20 per cent featured in most bases), so it’s bound to deliver the flawless coverage you’re after.
The velvety blends are available in both pot and palette forms – whether you want to stick to a sole shade or play around with a few is completely your call.
RCMA Shinto Foundation Series, $38, available at scottysmakeup.com.au
RMCA Custom Australian Foundation Palette, $64, available at adorebeauty.com.au
After something a little more subtle? Dedivanovic has a sheer suggestion, too. "For more natural foundation, I'm loving the Koh Gen Do, the Aqua,” he revealed.
“It builds up really beautifully, so if someone likes more coverage, you can sort of just build up little by little, and it gives the most stunning look of real skin coming through, but still giving that flawless polished look. That's one of my favourites, and it has been for a while now."
Koh Gen Do Maifanshi Aqua Foundation, $74, available at adorebeauty.com.au
We’ll obviously be building out our base repertoires with both – all in the name of versatility, of course.