Binunyag ng Makeup Museum sa New York ang skin care routine ni Marilyn Monroe.
Ang kanyang prescription ay galing kay Hungarian dermatologist Dr. Erno Laszlo, na beauty doctor ng mga rich and famous.
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One of the many unique items on display at the Makeup Museum’s “Pink Jungle: 1950s Makeup in America” exhibition is a collection of artifacts presented to the public for the first time ever from @ernolaszlonyc, including the personalized skincare prescription of Marilyn Monroe dated March 17, 1959. Erno Laszlo’s chief historian and branding officer Patricia Schuffenhauer shows here one of the products prescribed to Marilyn Monroe, the “Normalizer Shake-It,” a tinted toner treatment. Erno Laszlo decided to re-launch the Shake-It this month to celebrate the expected opening of the Makeup Museum. Shake-It is available on Erno Laszlo’s website, and the Makeup Museum will share more history about this iconic product and brand throughout the month as we give you a sneak peek look at the artifacts that comprise the “Pink Jungle” exhibition!
Sa Instagram ng museum, pinakita nito ang artifact sa video, at prescribe morning at evening routines.
Ang museum ay magkakaroon sana ng exhibit na “Pink Jungle: 1950s Makeup in America” na dapat ay magbubukas ngayong Mayo hanggang Oktubre ngunit na-postponed dahil sa coronavirus.