Saturday, June 21, 2008

RMK cosmetics is coming back!

  Went for press launch of RMK cosmetics last week. So glad that they'll be available at Isetan Scott from August 2008.
I always remember Fann Wong love their makeup base & foundations. 
This A/W collection is about the 80's. Which was a decade where empowered women took centre stage & glowed with confidence. It was RMK creative director, Rumiko , began her career as a globally recognized makeup artist. She fell in love with the luxurious earth tones that dominated the decade, and has now captured these in the RMK A/W 2008 '80s color collection to bring them to life in the 21st century. 


Anonymous said...

Hey andy!

I seen this brand before at some japanese magazine but I couldnt find it in singapore and now they are available!

I seen alot of past japanese magazine including now also have used this : ).

Is this suitable for oily skin and enlarge pores? Is it very expensive?

I don't understand why my make up doesnt stay long and I have ttried the relvon colourstay but still my make up smudge very easily. Is it because I put too heavy and thick?

Anonymous said...

Thanks Andy for sharing this piece of good news!! I can't wait to try the products in person.

Cheers :)

Anonymous said...

hi andy,

i've oily lids... resulting my mascara & liquid eyeliner to smudge on my lower lids after a few hours. any advice to this problem?

thanks :)

andylee makeup artist from singapore said...

people with very oily skin will always have the oily eye lid problem that causes the eye liner & mascara smudges! There's not much we can do beside to use some oil control skin care products for the whole face. Keep the eye makeup light is the other way,or try some oil/water proof liner & mascara which I've seen a japanese brand selling in Watson.. if I'm not wrong is something like "Tatto" eye liner,but I'm yet to try this out so not sure it really work?

Shannon said...

Hi Andy,

I've read through many websites/blogs from makeup artists and learned quite a few tricks. But I havent been able to find one that teaches ladies how to do eye makeup for single eyelids to open up their eyes.

Was hoping to learn some simple (not time-consuming)techniques so that everyday I can look fresh when going office without the need to put on false lashes/ double eyelid tape.

Please impart 1% of your skills to us! Hee hee..
Thanks! :)

Anonymous said...

yahoooo..that's a great news...I luv their eye crayons! Previously i had to get it when I travelled to tokyo but now I can get it in town.

Thanks for sharing the news!

Have a great week ahead!

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