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The Red Carpet Secret, body shaper is finally out
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Oct '10
Shape fx, the premier brand of body-perfecting shapewear, fashion & swimwear, is thrilled to announce their latest innovation: The Real Red Carpet Secret - a revolutionary new body shaper that completely, invisibly and comfortably perfects your body from your tummy through your thighs.

The Real Red Carpet Secret has been designed with a specially constructed fabric that has extra holding power to slim and reshape the body. Engineered paneling flattens the tummy and holds in hips to eliminate dreaded "saddlebags". A comfort waistband has been specifically designed to not "dig in", so you don't have to worry about "muffin top" Graduated compression in the thigh area comfortably smoothes away bulges & holds everything in, without leaving a "dent" in the skin (like so many other shapers do). A secure "no roll-up" band on the leg ensures a completely smooth silhouette from waist to toe.

But perhaps our favorite part of the Real Red Carpet Secret? To put it plainly, it gives you a great rear. Most shapewear designers forget that the curves of woman's body shouldn't be forgotten when it comes to lifting and toning the rear. Again, thanks to graduated compression, the "flat-rear" look is avoided– resulting in natural, yet sculpted, curves.

Shape fx is a lifestyle brand dedicated to making women look, therefore feel, their best. The first brand to offer fashion & swim featuring built-in shapewear, the brand has grown exponentially (and continues to) and has appeared numerous times on NBC's Today show, the CBS Morning Show and in magazines such as O, The Oprah Magazine, Lucky and Essence.

Shape fx - Designed to Make the Body You Have, Look Like the Body You Want.

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