Aubrey Organics, Silken Earth Powder Blush, Warmed Rose, .10 oz (3 g) (Discontinued Item)
- Natural Products Association Certified
- All- Natural Ingredients
The perfect touch of color for your natural look, made with powdered silk to give you a sheer, radiant glow.
Silken Earth Powder Blushes add color and reflect light, putting the emphasis where you want it, without stressing your skin. Use with Silken Earth Translucent Base for best results. Complete your look with Natural Lips to bring out all the beautiful colors within you.
Made with natural ingredients from sustainable, agricultural sources.
Remove inner seal. Replace lid, invert jar to release small amount of powder. Apply to clean, just-moisturized skin with puff or brush, tapping to remove excess. For even coverage, apply in thin layers. Close eyes when applying near eye area.
Silk powder, tapioca starch*, lauroyl lysine, copernicia cerifera (carnauba) wax, iron oxides, mica, carmine.
I bought this without seeing the color in person first, and I was nervous about that! I have to say that it was a good purchase! The color is called "Warmed Rose," and I was expecting it to be a bit more in the pink family; it's actually more of a peachy-pink. This shade works well for my skin tone--I would say I have similar coloring to Reese Witherspoon. A little bit of this goes a looooong way, I've found, and the color does build up over time in my brush, so I feel like I use even less powder each application. The powder is very fine and has a fantastic, silky feel and finish--it applies easily (I use a blush brush) without streaking (and I apply argan oil and then a sunscreen moisturizer to my face first). Also--and this was really important to me in a blush--it doesn't have much, if any, sparkle. In fact, I'd call it matte. I'm 39, and I no longer wish to have that "going clubbing" look! Overall, I'm impressed, and I'd probably buy this again. The only reason I didn't give it 5 stars is because the color was peachier than I was expecting, but that's not a deal-breaker for me here, since I feel I can pull off the shade well with my sort-of fair, creamy skin.
Posted by Reviewer2889812 on Sep 22, 2015
Warmed Rose is a misnomer. Turns orange on my fair skin.
Posted by Reviewer2543171 on May 23, 2015
I was looking for a blush that is not too glittery and a previous reviewer stated that it did not have too much of a sparkle. That prompted me to purchase it. I am disappointed that this blush has so much glitter inside. It does not give a natural look because the glitter is announcing it everyone that I have a blush on.
Lindo e com boa durabilidade
Posted by 5676100680237564250 on May 11, 2015
Posted by Reviewer1292114 on Mar 10, 2015