MILANI

Milani Cosmetics was founded in 2002 by brother and sister Laurie Minc and Ralph Bijou. They are headquarted in Los Angeles, CA.
https://milanicosmetics.com/

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4.1

724 products

12,534 reviews

77% would repurchase

Not tested on animals

Recent MILANI Reviews

Blush -MILANI -Baked Blush Rosa Romantica 13

on 7/16/2018 12:23:00 PM

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As someone else mentioned, this is more of a blush topper or highlighter than it is a stand-alone blush. It is very pretty and flattering on my warm/neutral skin. Do not expect a lot of pigment payoff--this blush is all about the shine and reflective qualities.



Blush -MILANI -Rose Powder Blush - Romantic Rose

on 7/16/2018 12:21:00 PM

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I have a lot of blushes, and this is one of my favorites as I consider it the most "natural" or neutral blush I own. My cheeks but better? I see why some reviewers say it's dry and powdery--possibly because I moisturize often and have oily skin, this is not an issue for me.

I don't think this is a blush you can layer on. I quickly sweep this over my cheeks and blend in.

I did not notice any smell. It's matte and a beautiful neutral shade for my warm-neutral skin.


Pressed Powders -MILANI -The Multitasker Face Powder

on 7/15/2018 5:29:00 AM

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It's just alright, kinda meh.

Packaging: Quite bulky, not my favourite thing

As setting powder: Not my favourite, but not horrible. It gets cakey quite easily, so you have to use very little. Adds a little hint of extra coverage. But I don't think it controlled oils at all.

As foundation: It's alright, light coverage. But I'm more into medium coverage foundations so I tend not to use it this way.

Smell: I honestly don't smell anything? If you're not sensitive to smells, this isn't going to bother you at all.

Shade I used: Light Tan. I'm supposedly NC42, but this shade I feel was a litle bit too red. But honestly, everything is either too red or orange on me cuz I've got olive undertones, so it might be a perfect match for you.

Overall: I don't see the point in using this. I'd rather use a loose translucent powder I know controls my oils better, won't get cakey, and won't change my foundation's colour. Only time I'll use this is if my foundation is too light and I need to get it back to my skin shade. But if you want a sheer coloured powder, this isn't bad.

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Palettes -MILANI -Most Loved Mattes Eyeshadow Palette

on 7/14/2018 4:40:00 PM

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I picked up this palette the other day at Walmart and tried it out today. (It was only $15 compared to $20 on Milani's site) The shadows are so pigmented!!! A little bit really goes a long way with these. I don't like wearing shimmers on my eyes all the time, so this palette is a must have for those that like mattes. I did a video using the shades which I will link below. There's a row of brown neutral shades, a row of cool-toned purple/plum shades, and a row of warm orangey shades. I love how they broke up the 12 shades into 3 easy to do looks. I highly recommend it!





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Primer/ Corrector -MILANI -Make It Dewy Setting Spray

on 7/14/2018 12:44:00 AM

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I think the only thing I liked was how fine the mist was when I sprayed it.

I have dehydrated skin. Some makeup products can make me oily AF. I'm not sure if it's my skins reaction to an ingredient or not. But it made my skin get oily through out the day. So my foundation separated midday and was nowhere to be found at the end of the day.

Others seem to love this though. So if you don't have my problems give it a try.

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