RMK 15th Anniversary Collection

by PJ on Sunday, March 11, 2012

in -RMK, 2012 Spring, all about Japanese cosmetics, makeup, makeup - base makeup, skincare

RMK 15th Anniversary Collection Cheek Palette Spring 2012 Makeup 1(images/info from www.rmkrmk.com)


RMK has released RMK 15th Anniversary Cheek Palette (above, 2 variations, 001 Pink Coral and 002 Brown Beige, ¥5250) on March 2nd in Japan as the first part of a limited-edition collection to celebrate the brand’s 15th anniversary.

On March 23th, RMK 15th Anniversary Base Makeup Kit will be released to join the anniversary collection. The kit (¥9030~11340, depending on items chosen) includes:

RMK 15th Anniversary Collection Base Makeup Kit Spring 2012 Base Makeup 1

– (any) makeup base (primer)
– (any) foundation
– UV Face Protector (SPF 43, PA+++, 8g mini-size)
– Control Color N in 01 (SPF 13, PA+, 15ml mini-size)
– 15th Anniversary Original Pouch

It is great to see that the quality of RMK’s products has been consistently good throughout the years and to see that the brand has kept its sleek and sophisticated packaging, which still looks current today.


Updated on April 23rd, 2012:

See additional items from RMK’s 15th Anniversary Collection here.


Related posts:

Review: RMK Ingenious Powder Cheeks

Review: RMK Powder Foundation EX

Review: RMK Spring 2012 Makeup Collection
(Sprinkling Eyes in 01 Brown, Ingenious Natural Eyes N in 07 Purple & Sprinkling Cheeks in 03 Brown)

{ 6 comments… read them below or add one }

Lizzie Tuesday, March 13, 2012

I am so in love with those cheek palettes; I love how whimsical they are. But I do worry that the orange/peachy sections won’t get much love from me at all.

I’ve always loved RMK even though I actually don’t own anything from the brand! I’ve heard such good things about its quality and I admire the fact that the brand tends to do its own thing. I find other Japanese brands, I guess because a lot of them are owned by the same companies, sometimes merge together in my mind because their releases can be quite similar. RMK is usually very original.



PJ Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Hi Lizzie,

As I prefer cool pinks for blushers, I would have to stay away from the peachy sections as well.

I think you are absolutely right. Even though RMK is ultimately owned by Kanebo (RMK is owned by E’Quipe, which is owned by Kanebo), RMK has been keeping its identity and originality over the years. I feel that Rumiko knows exactly what she wants for each season and that she is able to explore her ideas in each collection.

Thank you very much for posting your comment! :)


Celeste @ Becoming Beautiful Thursday, March 22, 2012

Omigosh, how pretty are those! I’m a sucker for pretty packaging and I have to say these are just absolutely gorgeous and dainty. Lust lust lust


PJ Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Hi Celeste,

The look might not be typically RMK, but these items are certainly very eye-catching!

Thank you very much for stopping by! :)


Rola Tuesday, March 27, 2012

I love the RMK primer and liquid foundation. The cheek palette is so cute and the colors are modern and wearable.


PJ Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Hi Rola,

The colors are indeed generally wearable and should appeal to those who go for warm-toned blushers.

Thank you for stopping by again! :)


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