Towards the end of August the Muse introduced you to the Philosophy Supernatural Color Collection which features a line of cosmetics free from parabens, mineral oils, fragrance, and other harmful ingredients. The products promise not clog pores or irritate skin while offering a super natural finish. These are particularly great for those who prefer a more natural, softer makeup look.
Today I’ll be introducing you to the Philosophy Lit From Within Cream Blush and later in the week I will tell you about a few other pieces in the collection.
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This Muse needs a little hope in the Winter when her skin is dry and flaking up. When hope isn’t enough I’ll go and indulge in the new Philosophy When Hope Is Not Enough Hydrating Cleansing Balm.
This cleanser replenishes skin with omega 3-6-9 essential fatty acids and removes all traces of makeup quickly and easily. It’s ideal for dry skin types like myself that need some extra TLC in the moisture department.
After use it promises my skin will be smoother and supple.
I wants some please, k, thanks. Total haul alert for me as I already use When Hope Is Not Enough Night Cream so I’m yearning to add this to my skincare regime. Sounds like the perfect treat for my dry skin.
Available now from Philosophy for $25.
What do you think?
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Oh it’s beginning to look alot like Christmas. Ok, maybe not but it’s never to early to start planning and plotting pressies for family, friends, and most important for ME!
Is that terribly selfish?
As for this Muse she’s busy looking through deets about the Philosophy Holiday Collection 2009. Most years I overindulge in Philosophy for not only myself but as gifts for friends and family as they make such delightful little sets for the holidays.
Jump ahead for a look at what Philosophy has in store for you this Holiday!
Philosophy delights us this Fall with more and more additions to it’s cosmetic color collection. Try a little pinch of natural color on cheeks with their new Supernatural Healthy Cream Blush!
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If it’s cream you love in a blush format the new Philosophy The Supernatural Healthy Cream Blush should fill your sweet tooth for a natural, creamy mineral blush that offers a pinch of color with a moisturizing formula.
Available in three shades this new blush is super easy to blend, has a good for your skin formula, and offers a radiant, sheer glow of color!
Count this Muse curious! I want to try out Look on the Bright Side that’s a very Muse-like color.
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I love that Philosophy is giving a little love to their color collection this Fall. As many of us are known to lust after both Philosophy Skin care and their bath and body line, I think a fair few of us forget that Philosophy has a color cosmetic line as well.
This Fall Philosophy has quite a few new skin care and bath and body products releasing but they are also showing the love for their color cosmetic collection with a few new pieces that have captured my eye.
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Philosophy The Supernatural Moonlight Natural Illuminating Powder ($28) is a translucent illuminating powder that instantly highlights your face and leaves behind a luminous finish.
Philosophy The Supernatural Instant Sunshine Natural Mineral Bronzer ($28) is a sheer, natural looking sunny color that gives a sun kissed glow.
Philosophy The Supernatural Superglossy Lip Gloss ($16.50) is a sheer lioquid lip gloss that moisturizes lips without a tacky, sticky feel! It’s also formulated with an SPF 15.
- Bare Your Soul
- Do What Comes Naturally
- Follow Your Dreams
- Live In The Moment
- Open Your Heart
- Posey-Reflect A Little
- Share The Love
- Smell The Roses
Philosophy The Supernatural Coloring Book Palette ($37.50) is a color palette for eyes, cheeks, and lips for a natural make up look.
All in all I’d say Philosophy did a good job in updating their makeup line. I’m interested in the palette, gloss, and possibly the highlighting powder….that bronzer sounds great too but with Fall quickly approaching I’m not up for a bronzy look.
The entire collection is available now at Nordstrom.
What do you think of the cosmetic side of Philosophy?