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COLOR CAKE FOUNDATIONS


Water activated Color Cake Foundation is often preferred by large cast ensembles, for body makeup or by performers with oily skin. Cakes yield a satin-finish that resists perspiration. Choose from 56 attractive shades.


Color Cake Foundation Ben Nye’s exclusive Color Cake formula produces a smooth finish that redefines foundation. Activate with water with a sea or Hydra Sponge, apply in sections, then “buff” as it sets to a translucent, natural finish. For full, opaque coverage (like our Queen Elizabeth I, below), apply over powdered Creme Foundation. Ideal for oily or sensitve skin. Expect 25-100 applications. PC 1oz./28gm.


Amanda as Queen Elizabeth I is wearing PC-022 Geisha & PC-2 Porcelain over IS-1 Special White Matte Foundation. White Navajo Sand Blithe Spirit Warm Tan 8 PC-114 PC-8 PC-4 PC-1 Pale Rose Shinsei Ivory Cadaver Grey Ruddy Tan PC-115 PC-81 PC-40 PC-1W Light Ivory Shinsei Fair Blue Spirit


PC-12 Auguste


PC-82 PC-41 PC-02


PC-021 Bisque


Japanese Sallow Green Natural Fair PC-13 PC-83 PC-42


PC-022 Geisha


Chinese Death Purple


PC-135 Calcutta


PC-84 PC-43 Porcelain Rose Blush Death Flesh Tan Au Lait PC-137 PC-840 PC-46 PC-2 Tawny Peach Ingénue Death Straw


PC-14 Mocha


PC-841 PC-47 PC-3W


PC-30 Ecru


Fair Lady Pale Vampire Chestnut PC-16 PC-842 PC-48 Barely Beige Natural No. 1 Frankenstein Light Egyptian PC-17 PC-843 PC-5 PC-305


Alia as Puck is wearing PC-40 Shinsei Ivory & PC-42 Japanese body makeup. Ciné Fairest Rich Tan Fair Male Dark Egyptian PC-19 PC-87 PC-5W PC-31 Ciné Fair Natural No. 2 Tan Male Olive Sable PC-20 PC-89 PC-51 PC-32 Ciné Lt. Beige Buckskin Tan No. 1 Mocha Java PC-205 PC-9 PC-6 PC-33 Ciné Beige Rose Beige Tan No. 2 Golden Ebony PC-21 PC-11 PC-7 PC-34 Ciné Lt. Tan


PC-7W Deep Tan


Tan No. 3


PC-23 Black


PC-111 PC-36


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