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Sunday, 3 January 2016

Discovering Blusher From Milani

Milani-Baked-Blushers

Hello, beauties, 

As we're now beginning to arrive into the depths of Winter and Spring is a little way off, I know, I thought we could all do with a bit of an uplift and enjoy some gorgeous warm shades to put some life back in our complexions.

You know, if it wasn't for the makeup vloggers, I would never have discovered this brand - YouTube has an awful lot to answer for! The Milani baked blushers had certainly made their debut a few years ago in quite a high number of tutorials, due to their glowy wash of colour. This is a brand that was originally from the States, (I'll be featuring a lot of these) that is becoming more widely available online over here. Whilst purchasing, I took the opportunity to grab 2 of the Rose blushers as well.




There are 8 available in the baked range that include shades from light pinks, peaches, corals to berries, and they've even thrown in a bronze shade as well. They have a silky feel and can be applied sheer or can be built up for a more intense colour. These baked blushers come packaged in a compact where the top half opens to reveal a brush underneath which is extremely handy for applying on the go. I really do like the gold satin look to the compact although the overall size is a little bulky. They retail at around £6 - £8 for 3.5g. 

There are 10 shades in the rose range but availability can be challenging and have only seen 4 online over here. I only purchased 2. Both Rose powder blushers are matte, dry in texture and packaged in a basic compact, - but a generous one. For £7- £9, you get 17g; probably the largest blusher I have ever had. Prices can vary, so do make sure you shop around. 

I found myself lusting after Luminoso after seeing just how beautiful it looks on the skin - a soft golden, peachy glow is something I have always loved. 

Aren't they just beautiful? 


1: Baked Blush - Delizioso Pink

                  Milani-Blusher-Delizioso-Pink

2: Baked Blush - Luminoso

                  Luminoso-Baked-Blusher

3: Baked Blush - Dolce Pink

                 Dolce-Pink-Baked-Blusher

                

1: Rose Blush - Tea Rose

                 Tea-Rose-Blusher

2: Rose Blush - Coral Cove

                 Coral-Cove-Rose-Blusher

                 Milani-Blushers


These have a silky feel that gives radiance to the cheek area. Imagine a blusher combined with a very soft highlighter. You only need to be light handed with these, as they are quite pigmented!

Tea Rose has a slight warm undertone and was a touch more sheer than the others, but still applied well.

Coral Cove swatch very bright and intense. I love this one for the summer months as it goes great with a tan (self tan of course!).

Delizioso Pink is matte also but more creamier to the touch.

Luminoso is a warm peachy sheen ,whilst Dolce Pink, has small flecks of gold glitter but doesn't show up on the skin. I love how you can have the option to either have a soft sheer glow or bring an intense solid colour to the cheek. All in all for the price, these are a great little buy.


Have you tried any blushers from Milani?




                                                                        Toni xo










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