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NEW YORK Maybelline New York has unveiled its new Fit Me collection, which features the brand's largest range of shades to date, and a new Fit Finder tool to revolutionize how women shop for makeup at mass.
"We are offering women a revolutionary way to shop for face makeup," stated David Greenberg, president of Maybelline New York - Garnier. "Not only are we simplifying the process for finding the ideal shade, but we're [also] offering her corresponding products to help build a daily makeup regimen — all that fit her skin tone perfectly. Her complexion is left looking beautiful and natural."
The collection — which is comprised of 18 shades of foundation and powder, six shades of concealer, 12 shades of blush and three shades of bronzer — features the exclusive Skin Merge technology. The technology is designed to deliver ultimate blendability, breathable skin and a seamless match to skin tone, thanks to homogenized pigments.
On the wall, the display will feature a new "Fit Finder" tool to make it easy for her to find the right shade of foundation and corresponding shades of concealer, powder and blush. The wall is segmented into rows, and each row represents one intensity.
The collection will be available at retail beginning January 2011. The suggested retail prices are $7.99 for the foundation, $7.99 for the powder, $6.49 for the concealer and $5.51 for the blush and bronzer.