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Silk Naturals Makeup Review and Swatches

I've been looking for new blush colors since my favorite pink by Jane Iredale was discontinued and I came across Silk Naturals, a skin care and makeup brand. I was interested in the make-up!

Before we proceed, you know that this post is not sponsored !!! I write about these products because I am really impressed.

I don't think I've ever seen such a wide range of colors for mineral redness and markings in MY LIFE.

So I loaded 11 sunglasses on my first route – you know what?

They cost $ 4 to $ 7.50 per pop!

I have never seen a pore-free makeup of this quality at such an affordable price. AND some colors are available in generous tester sizes, so you don't have to fully commit to one color before you can tell if you're really obsessed with it.

Look at the colors I bought: Tart Light, Wish You Were Here, Ozone, Sweeter, Heavenly, Global, Envious, Charming, Babydoll, Sparkly (center).

Color descriptions

The colors include blush, highlighter and eye shadow. However, they can be used anywhere on the face.

The order of names begins at 12 noon with the neon pink color "Tart Light" and ends clockwise with the medium color "Glint".

 Silk Naturals Blush Acidly Bright, Silk Naturals Blush I wish you were here, Silk Naturals Ozone, Silk Naturals Sweet Highlighter, Silk Naturals Heavenly Blush, Silk Naturals Global, Silk Naturals Envious, Silk Naturals Enchanting Blush, Silk Naturals Babydoll Blush "width =" 1023 "height =" 682 "/> </p>
<h3> Harsh light </h3>
<p> Appropriately named, this cool neon pink looks like it belongs to a cake, but don't be fooled! </p>
<p> When used with a light hand, Tart Light gives you a rosy glow from the inside, as if you had just come from the cold or … from a steaming bedroom. </p>
<p> In fact, it is one of my favorites from the entire range, which can be worn alone or with a little contour. That really makes your cheeks pop! </p>
<p> I got it the size of the tester because I thought I might not wear it, but I will buy it back in full size if I run out because it is stunning. The tester size could have expired in… 3-6 months! </p>
<p> Pro tip: If you use something too much, you can weaken it with your mineral powder primer. The pink still pops from the bottom without looking unnatural! 🙂 </p>
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I wish you were here

This is a peach / coral shade with a subtle sheen. I wear it more on the eyelids than on the cheeks because I prefer cooler blush tones, but it wonderfully brings out the blue in my eyes.

I think it would correspond to deeper / warmer skin tones more.

Ozone

Ozone is a silvery, light purple, shimmering blue tint that looks absolutely adorable and reminds me of unicorns, but because I have so many other tones, it gets lost in the crowd – which means I don't reach for it very often, because I prefer peach / pink tones for my eyes.

Maybe you can find a way to make it look better than me!

Sweet

THIS. IS. MY. FAVE. Enough said?

I was never a highlighter until I found Sweetie.

Sweetie is the perfect highlighter for my pale skin. It gives me GLOW without too much color and fits into my skin so that the light catches it and makes my cheeks look angelic. Don't be fooled, but the subtlety in the photo (below).

I even like to apply it to my cheekbones on days when I literally don't wear any other make-up, so just over my sunscreen for an additional "holy effect is this skin real!?" Effect.

Fun fact: In fact, it's an almost perfect deception for Anastasia Beverly Hills highlighter paint in starburst, minus all the nonsense ingredients.

 Silk Naturals Blush Acidly Bright, Silk Naturals Blush I wish you were here, Silk Naturals Ozone, Silk Naturals Sweet Highlighter, Silk Naturals Heavenly Blush, Silk Naturals Global, Silk Naturals Envious, Silk Naturals Enchanting Blush, Silk Naturals Babydoll Blush "width =" 1023 "height =" 682 "/> </p>
<h3> Heavenly </h3>
<p> This is a brownish peach color that can be used for more brownish looks than blush or on the eyelid as my preference. It really bursts the blues of my eyes. </p>
<p> Conversely, in my opinion it can also be used as a highlighter on darker skin tones. </p>
<p> Entertaining fact: This is a scam for MAC's Stereo Rose Mineralize Skin Finish. </p>
<h3> Global </h3>
<p> This shimmering peach hue is a really beautiful blush / highlighter, but it is another that I forget. There is literally nothing wrong with it, boiling is spectacular and refined, but other colors seem to be in the spotlight for my purposes. </p>
<p> Again, I would like to hear how you would use this shade! </p>
<h3> Envious </h3>
<p> I prefer this shade for my eyelids over my face because it is a very intense, sparkling / shimmering duochrome. It's one of the most sparkling shades of them all (see photo below). This is another color that I don't resort to often just because there isn't enough space on my face to use all of those colors. </p>
<p> But I still LOVE this beautiful shade. I can watch it all day! Tell me how you used it when you tried it! 🙂 </p>
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Aura

Aura is undoubtedly my favorite shadow of all. Imagine fairies and unicorns and angels … that's aura. It has pink, golden and red shimmer spots and has a magical, ethereal and hypnotic effect.

I like to use it in the middle of my eyelid. The particle size is slightly less finely ground, so that a magically falling out can be felt.

I would use a dense brush and gently wrap it up instead of using a fluffy brush.

Whiz Kid

Whiz-Lis looks pink in the glass, but still looks like lavender on the skin.

Fun tip: I love it around the eyes, where I only apply it under my iris to highlight the blue of my eyes.

 Highlighters from silk naturals in honey children, aura from silk naturals, whiz kid from silk naturals, phantom from silk naturals, fluff from silk naturals, color fields from silk naturals "width =" 1023 "height =" 682 "/> </p>
<h3> Quench </h3>
<p> This is a pink / purple duo chrome with some pink / red spots that warm it up. Quench is a very cool shade that is not for everyone, but it is stunning. I use it on my eyes sometimes. </p>
<h3> Phantom </h3>
<p> This is the second highlighter after Sweetie that I sometimes grab. Sweetie is a cool tinted peach, almost pearlescent, while Phantom has some gold stains. </p>
<p> It captures light wonderfully when applied to the cheekbones or forehead bones. </p>
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fluff

Fluff is a cool, mother-of-pearl highlighter that is very refined and beautiful. I also like it for the frontal bone. When used generously, it not only reflects the light, but also makes you look metallic wet. It's absolutely stunning and when I wrote this article I decided to wear it instead of Sweetie … and I might have found a new favorite.

Funny fact: it's another almost perfect deception for Anastasia Beverly Hills highlighter paint in crushed pearl, minus all the nonsense ingredients.

 Silk-Naturals highlighter in honey child, Silk-Naturals-Aura, Silk-Naturals-Whiz-Kid, Silk-Naturals-Quench, Silk-Naturals-Phantom, Silk-Naturals-down, Silk-Naturals- Swatches "width =" 1023 "height =" 682 "/> </p>
<p> This is my favorite highlighter and blush brand. The choice is unbeatable, the colors refined, the shimmer unreal. </p>
<p> And the price is unbeatable! </p>
<p> I actually like every nuance and go through different makeup moods and colors. So I am sure that I will use the nuances that are not my current favorites. </p>
<p> The point is, it's hard to choose between them because they're all so ridiculously beautiful. </p>
<p> I only sat there for half an hour and looked at the color patches on my hand, mesmerized by the beautiful glitter and then I didn't want to wash them off … So be careful with all these glitters! </p>
<p> Let me know what colors you tried and what colors you think I would love if you are already a big Silk Naturals makeup fan! </p>
<p> Love, <br /> Olena </p>
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