Back of Philosophy Gets Natural With a New Makeup Line Philosophy, a brand known for its thoughtful product names and clean-lined packaging, has now officially entered into the makeup realm with its Supernatural collection. Free from parabens, phthalates, mineral oil, talc, sulfates, and fragrance, the items are what you'd expect from your typical makeup line, complete with blushes, glosses, and bronzers. While the products in the collection tend to skew on the higher end of the price spectrum, they do deliver a pleasantly pretty, natural, and healthy-looking effect. Highlights include Instant Sunshine ($28), a perfectly toned rosy warm bronzer with a built-in spongy applicator brush; Mineral Blush Duo ($25), particularly in Sunny/Bright, which includes a soft, warm bronzer along with a flattering bright pink cheek color; and Moonlight ($28), a complexion-boosting powder that adds a subtle radiance to the skin. Have you had or do you plan on having a supernatural experience? View 10 Photos › Photo 1 Photo 2 Photo 3 Photo 4 Photo 5 Photo 6 Photo 7 Photo 8 Photo 9 Photo 10 Comments bailaoragaditana 7 years Bella, do you have any idea what the "Hybrid makeup" in the tube is? I'm guessing foundation, but I could be way off base... saucyfilipina 7 years The lipglosses look amazing. Beautiful colors. ^_^ karlorene 7 years Hmm... interesting. I'm assuming this would be okay with super super sensitive skin? I have to be really careful because I'm allergic to almost everything darkangel7090 7 years I've never quite been a fan of Philosophy. I think the products are overpriced. I've never heard anything from my friends that the products are so over the top awesome that they're worth the extra "cheddar." They seem to have a segment on QVC every other week. Their founder/creator has such a dry personality that also turns me off to the brand. No thank you. I'll stick with Lancome and Mac. Yogaforlife 7 years I think moonlight sounds interesting. Dana18 7 years I love these color. I will have to give it a try. chloe-bella 7 years I was a huge fan of their makeup when I was in high school (late 90's/early 2000s), then it seemed like they scaled back their makeup line overnight to focus more on skin and bath products. I'll definitely be trying this! snarkypants 7 years ooooh i'll probably be checking this stuff out! Daisy-Doe 7 years I'll wait for the reviews first but I think I might be interested in buying the supernatural superbeautiful and the happy/healthy blush.