I was browsing through the Lakme’s official web site, when I chanced upon the Bridal Sutra Summer 2009 range, which showcased different looks conceptualized by Anamika Khanna.This range had the models depicting five different looks and all of them recommended Lakme Silk Naturelle Daily Foundation as a base for a natural and luminous finish.

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Also, the SA (a well-mannered one) at the Health and Glow outlet blended the Silk Naturelle foundation quite nicely on to my forearm.

A lightweight foundation that glides on effortlessly like sheer silk.

Just the right amount of coverage for everyday use, for skin that looks naturally flawless.

With skin protecting SPF 8* (in vitro study) so you are ready for the day.

Dab dots of the product onto your cheeks, forehead, nose, and chin. The liquid foundation is squeezed into a 27 g maroon-ish tube, but surprisingly when I examined it, around 75% of the tube seemed to be empty.

Smooth evenly from the center of your face outwards. There was only 25% of the product in the tube with regards to the tube’s capacity.I thought may be the SA had handed me a conked-out piece, but I came to know that all of the other tubes had the same amount in them.I wonder whether there is any science behind to keep almost three-quarters of the tube empty.The shade that matched me perfectly was the “Natural Shell” and this particular shade is for wheatish to dusky people.The Silk Naturelle smells same as the Lakme Face Magic souffle, very cucumber-ish.I have tried the souffle before, so I am quite familiar with the shade as well as the smell.