Oil controlling treatment for normal to oily skin
Get ready for your close-up with Erno Laszlo’s Shake-It. Shake-It is a tinted toner with a touch of color that evens out skin tone all day.
This lightweight, tinted treatment provides sheer, natural coverage while effectively absorbing excess oil and minimizing the appearance of pores. Skin is firmed, flawless and fresh.
With the evolution of high definition TV, many makeup artists are turning to Erno Laszlo’s Shake-It to keep stars looking beautiful no matter how close the camera can get.
One of Dr. Laszlo’s original products, Shake-It can be worn alone or under foundation. A transparent film of coloring leaves a natural matte finish.
Features and Benefits:
• Two-pHase treatment – 90% toner, 10% color. • Evens out skin tone and leaves a natural matte finish that is virtually invisible. • Keeps skin firmed and toned. • Controls surface oils, preventing shine throughout the day. • Minimizes appearance of pores. • Oil-free, thirteen sheer, weightless shades.
• Shake to mix treatment and color, saturate cotton ball. • Stroke over face and chin (it will feel wet). Avoid eyes. • Allow to dry, smooth out with fingertips. • Apply a second coat if additional coverage is desired. • For a flawless finish, wear with Absolute Finish SPF 15 and Duo-pHase Face Powder.
Suggested Retail US $45 (6.8 oz)
Regular Normalizer Shake-It is available at the Erno Laszlo Institute, www.ernolaszlo.com, and Erno Laszlo counters at fine specialty stores including: Bergdorf Goodman, Neiman Marcus, Nordstrom and Holt Renfrew.
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