In this post, I wanted to review the RCMA No-Color Powder, which is supposed to be a dupe for the iconic Laura Mercier Translucent Loose Setting Powder (

Having a setting powder in your makeup collection is vital as it helps keep your makeup in place, make the products last longer on your face and prevent you from becoming oily throughout the day.

But is the RCMA No-Color Powder actually any good?

The Product Itself

The RCMA No-Color Powder is lightweight, translucent and very easy to sweep across your face. It’s a loose setting powder that’s meant to be great for setting your makeup in place or baking.

I do think that it can make your skin look a bit pale, so be careful not to apply too much.

You get 85g of product in the container, which has lasted me for well over a year and I have a lot of the powder left, so you definitely get a lot of product.

The packaging in simple, nothing too fancy, but not offensive either.


As somebody with oily skin, I need a good setting powder to keep my skin from looking shiny and greasy. I can’t stand it if my skin gets oily as it breaks my makeup up, particularly around my nose, and then my foundation can look really patchy.

But, after using the RCMA setting powder, my makeup didn’t break up hardly at all and my skin was left looking matte throughout the day. From this, I actually found that the makeup on my skin lasted for longer too, as before, I found my bronzer, foundation and concealer wearing off far quicker.

So, it 100% sets your makeup in place.


The best part about the No-Color Powder is the price. It only costs £11.95 and for the amount of product you get, it’s a total steal!

Plus, the product actually meets the company’s claims of setting your makeup in place all day, while being lightweight and easy to buff into the skin. So, £11.95 is a great price.

The best place to purchase the RCMA No-Color Powder from is Beauty Bay (


Final Verdict

A cheap and cheerful setting powder that does what it claims. You won’t need to worry about your makeup wearing off or becoming oily throughout the day with this product!

Is it as good as the Laura Mercier Translucent Loose Setting Powder? No, probably not. But for over half the price, I think the RCMA No-Color Powder is a worthwhile and excellent dupe.

For those of you on a budget or not wanting to splurge on a translucent setting powder, the No-Color Powder is an ideal option.




This is a guest post from Sarah from AWomansConfidence

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