Milani makes some of my favorite blushes. I also sincerely love the majority of their brand. The Milani Baked Blush are a luxurious powder blush that features a mélange infusion of colors baked on Italian terracotta tiles. Easy to use, sensorial in texture, the nuances of color become extraordinarily luminous. They are silky smooth and pack a lot of punch!
The two shades I have to show you today are Dolce Pink and Berry Amore. I think that the texture is very comparable to the MAC Mineralize blushes and MSFs for less than half the price. They retail for under $8!
Dolce Pink is a medium pink with gold shimmer. It is a great shade because it is very versatile and compliments so many skin tones. The fact that it has shimmers means you wont need to add a highlight to your cheek bones because they will already be luminous. The gold shimmers also make this a perfect choice for the summer months when you want that golden gleam.
Berry Amore is a peachy mauve with golden shimmer mixed in! Even though you see big veins of shimmer weaved into the blush it is actually very subtle. Out of the two I have to show you today this one is the most pigmented, not that either of them are lacking. Berry Amore is the one I have been reaching for the most lately. It leaves my cheeks with a beautiful bronzy peach look to them. Because of the deeper tones in this one I find that it is more wearable all year long. Can you tell I adore this one?
Overall, I would say that the entire range of Milani Baked Blush is fabulous. I have seen them raved about for a couple years now and I am happy to have them added to my collection. You can find them anywhere Milani is sold and on their website. I recommend both of these shades to the majority of skin tones. They swatches in my photos are heavy swatches but don’t be alarmed because they blend out beautifully.
What is your favorite Milani Baked Blush? If you haven’t tried them what is the one you most want to try? Tell me in the comments below!
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