- Natural matte finish with a “glow from within” look
- Easy to blend
- Wears well with no patchiness
- Not as pigmented
Milani Rose Blush is a beautiful pressed powder formula. It features a soft matte finish that gives a natural flush of color.
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Milani Rose Blush has a gorgeous natural matte finish.
Can I just say how much I love Milani cheek products? I don’t think there’s one I haven’t enjoyed and this blush is no different. Featuring a range of rosy nudes that instantly brighten the complexion, Milani Rose Blush is where it’s at. For $10.99, this blush is a winner.
Promises vs. Performance: This blush brightens your complexion with a matte finish.
Milani Rose Blush “brightens your entire vibe” according to the product description on Milani.com. This powder blush features a matte, soft natural finish. That pretty much sums up this blush according to Milani.
This Milani blush is just stunning. It applies like a dream and effortlessly blends into skin. The line features eight rosy nude shades that range from more nude to vibrant coral to a deep terracotta. Truly, there’s a shade for everyone. Plus, it wears really well on the skin. Even after a day of wear, the pigment was still visible on my cheeks, without any patchiness!
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:Milani Rose Powder Blush
How Milani Rose Blush Compares: Milani has cheek products on lock.
Milani Rose Blush is a beautiful effortless powder formula. The formula applies easily and blends flawlessly on the cheeks. I would say the only negative would be, I wish it were a little bit more pigmented. But, that’s also a positive. You can build up the colors to your desired intensity. It has a natural matte finish that gives cheeks a healthy glow. And, at the end of a full day of wear, the color was still visible!
As much as I love these, for a bit less you can purchase e.l.f. Cosmetics Primer-Infused Blush. Coming in five shades, e.l.f. blushes check all the boxes: ultra pigmented, long wearing, and blendable. I mean, who can argue with a $6 blush that actually works?! I know I can’t!
Milabu Beauty Method: Add a pop of color to cheeks.
- Swirl a fluffy cheek brush in the pan of your blush. Here’s a great one from Real Techniques ($9.99).
- Tap off any excess product.
- Gently pat the blush onto the apples of your cheeks. Layer as needed to build the color intensity.
- Don’t want a full matte look? Top off with Baked Highlighter ($10.99) from Milani for a bit more glow.
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Edited by Maddie