Milani was one of those American brands that was always out of reach for us Irish makeup addicts. Not any more. It’s getting easier and easier for us to get our greedy mitts on what makeup we want from all over the world. This is both a good and a bad thing, depending on how you look at it 🙂
The Milani Baked Blush in Luminoso is spoken about so fondly in the beauty world. Everyone who owns it seems to love it. Hence why I needed it in my life.
It comes in gold plastic packaging with the 3.5 grams of product on the top and then a mirror and little brush underneath.
The brush is ok. I probably won’t get much use out of it. It isn’t the worst though.
The blush itself is really nice. It is soft to the touch and applies lovely and smoothly to the skin. It’s a peach blush swirled and baked within a more iridescent golden peach colour.
The finish reminds me of Nars Orgasm blush if Orgasm was more peach and less pink. I can see why it is so popular. It is just a really universal shade that would work for most skin colours. It gives a really pretty peachy sheen to the skin.
As it is pigmented, I use a less dense blush brush to apply it to the apples of my cheeks. Too much of this product on my pale would make me look a bit clown like.
It lifts my complexion and makes my skin look a bit more alive. I do love a bit of blush 😉
You can see here one cheek has the Milani Baked Blush in Luminoso applied and one doesn’t.
Overall I am so glad to have this in my makeup stash. It’s one of those colours that goes with any type of makeup look. I have been picking it up non stop since I bought it.
You can get the Milani Baked Blush in Luminoso and other colours online from Beauty Bay here. They are priced at €9.80.
Do you have it?