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[[page 1]] ©1981 Revlon Inc. The Revlon Research Group introduces two new ways of blushing (wet or dry) in one little case. Revlon introduces a translucent natural look blush. (When you apply it dry.) Revlon introduces a deep dark blush. (When you apply it wet.) Revlon introduces Formula 2 Powder Cheekcolor. Two totally different blushing effects, in the same case. It wears and wears. Covers smoothly. And conditions while it blushes. Science made sensuous. DRY [[image - a rectangle that has a gradient of color from light to dark brown]] WET [[image - blush compact. Lid says "FORMULA 2"]] [[/page 1]] [[page 2]] [[image - woman applying blush]] [[across bottom of both pages]] FORMULA 2 [[/across bottom of both pages]] [[/page 2]]
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