RMS Master Mixer

I have no idea why I waited all this time to get my hands on the RMS master mixer. I’ve always loved the RMS products, the color is gorgeous, and it never gives me skin trouble. Sometimes I look at the size of the glass jar and Im like man, its kinda pricey and then you look up the ingredients and you feel good about it.

The color to me is a bit more sheer than becca’s opal shimmering skin perfector. I believe opal is the one thats more orangish gold. Im definitely using the master mixer over my lip products and on my eyelids. Its so creamy and easy to blend. Im so happy I bought it!

Im always looking for something to fix my skin issues and I love the RMS lip and skin balm cocoa is my favorite of the two choices, jao brand’s goe oil, and finally the booda organics booda butter. I also got a tube of the Elizabeth Arden 8 hr cream and Im pretty excited about the unscented version. Even though its unscented, to me it smells like a hint of vanilla or something mildly sweet and delish! I joked that I bought it for my eyelids but it was like “warning do not use around eye area” I was like great! Im actually dabbing my lids with a moisturizer made of honey at night before I sleep. Helps with the dry skin…and I think the mild tornado style weather just came in……

4 thoughts on “RMS Master Mixer

    • biwajelly says:

      you know, they’re so close! I personally prefer the rms master mixer because you can use it over lipstick too. the color is so flattering and from what I know you can layer it with other rms products (hence the name) so if you’re looking for all over glow for your face maybe becca opal but if its different areas like lets say over your concealer, the bridge of your nose over your lipstick=RMS master mixer! I love both brands they’re so good. I personally don’t recommend the master mixer over your lids because it creases only downside I’m working on figuring out! hope that helps!

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