C/I Liquid Makeup
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In the Hollywood of the 1920s, the excruciating hot Klieg lights created a great challenge for makeup. The perfect “take” often took hours, and even the most legendary beauties had imperfections that the camera was only too ready to reveal. Then makeup artist Anatole Robbins, with a special vision of a woman’s perfectibility, created Countess Isserlyn Liquid Makeup, a unique, water-resistant, oil-based foundation that gave a fresh smooth, perfected look. Not only did it have these benefits, but it also withstood the effects of long, hot shooting without changing color, and it was kind to the skin.
The original makeup artist’s foundation, created for the movie stars of the 1920s, is as extraordinary today as it was then. A unique split oil/pigment foundation helps to ensure a fresh application each time the product is mixed. High pigment concentration provides full coverage for a professional, flawless look. Helps to lock in moisture, giving even the driest skin a dewy, yet non-greasy look. Contains optical diffusers that help to blur fine lines and wrinkles. Skin will appear youthful and polished. Recommended for dry, delicate, and normal skin types.
This unique non-greasy, two-phase formula was created by Anatole Robbins for legendary actresses in the late 1920's. This makeup is great for dry, delicate and normal skin types and provides long wear and coverage that lasts up to 12 hours.
Size: 1.0 oz