Good think about fiber-rective dye is that the molecules of the dye bond chemically to the molecule of the silk fiber and after steam setting aren't physically present on the surface of the silk. That means they don't change the way silk shines, drapes or feels against the skin. Thanks to that characteristic I can paint a layer over the layer on the silk.
This is the scarf I painted some time ago, on a day that I didn't seemed to have enough inspiration:
So, I decided to add some more:
...untill I was satisfied:
Much better, isn't it?