Milani Baked Blush Collection Part 3 (see Part 1 and Part 2)
From top to bottom & left to right: #7 Fantastico Mauve, #8 Corallina, #9 Red Vino
These three are absolutely gorgeous!!!!!!! can you see how lovely these are? Unlike the others these three have much a smoother, softer formulation, as such they glide on and the shimmer/glitter doesn’t fallout as much. They are very pigmented and compliments darker skin tones very well.
Overall this collection is gorgeous despite the not so good packaging. The blush itself is only 3.5g and even at it’s highest price of $8.99 in some drugstore is worth it.
Milani baked blush collection review Part 2, check out Part 1
From top to bottom & left to right: #4 Terra Sole, #5 Luminoso, #6 Bellisimo Bronze.
# 4 and 5 are matte blushes with # 6 having a matte payoff too with glitter (all three are a bit dusty but these were heavy swatches). This is unlike typical baked blushes which are very shimmery borderline frosty. On my complexion these may come of ashy but with the right brush Terra Sole may work as a blush and the other two highlighters.
Stay tune for Part 3
Milani Blush Collection (all 9 blushes) flash – top and no flash – bottom
From top to bottom & left to right: #1 Dolce Pink, #2 Rose D’Oro, #3 Berry Amore
These blushes have shimmer that could be a bit messy if not applied with the proper brush, but can be blended out. A bit ‘ashy & chalky’ against my skin tone but could work when a light flush is needed. I think I’d have to use these with a very light hand. Stay tune for Part 2.
My bronzer, blush and highlighter collection 🙂
Guerlain Meterorites TEINT DORÉ 03
MAC Blushes and MSFs
Rock & Republic- I have 9 of the 11 or 12 blushes
( I want the others to complete my collection)
Blush (random brand and Black Opal) and Bronzer (NYC, Black Opal and Go)
Eyeko Bronze Tinted Cream
Milani review to come.