Stacey from AddToCart and I recently indulged in that great Australian beauty blogger tradition of placing a combined order with CherryCulture.com to save on shipping. We both wanted to try some of the new Milani Baked Blushes that everyone’s been raving about. Check out Stacey’s haul and review here, and read on for my review below!
I purchased Dolce Pink (left) and Luminoso (right):
In the photo below you can see the glitter in Dolce Pink, whereas Luminoso has a satin, smooth texture. The odd thing is that while the glitter is clear when applied to my hand, I struggle to find it when applied to my face. If I apply it heavily then look very closely in the mirror, I can just see a few flecks of glitter, but that’s about it:
Dolce Pink applied. This colour doesn’t apply quite as easily as the Luminoso, but I still love the colour. It gives a really natural look when applied lightly, as in the photo below, or it can be built up for more drama:
I thought that Luminoso would actually be a variation of the cult favourite Milani Luminous, but I was surprised to discover that both the old and new versions of Luminous are closer to Dolce Pink in colour:
The Milani Baked Blushes are currently on special at CherryCulture.com for USD $6.99 each.