Milk Makeup

Milk Makeup was founded in 2016 by Milk co-founder Mazdack Rassi, Zanna Roberts Rassi, creative director Georgie Greville, and product developer and COO Dianna Ruth. They specialize in creating multi-use makeup products with durable packaging, making it easier to take the products on the go. The brand was created by Milk Studios, which is based in both New York City, NY and Los Angeles, CA.
https://www.milkmakeup.com/

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3.5

23 products

100 reviews

50% would repurchase

Recent Milk Makeup Reviews

Highlighters -Milk Makeup -Holographic Stick - Mars

on 11/13/2018 12:44:00 PM

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I really wanted to like this because of the cute packaging, however, it just does not work with my combination skin. I applied it on my chest area for Halloween and I broke out. I then used it below my cheeks to highlight and even after using setting powder, a few hours in it made my skin look very greasy. It also felt very heavy and greasy on my face. Won’t purchase again.

1 of 1 people found this helpful.



Primer/ Corrector -Milk Makeup -Luminous Blur Stick Primer

on 11/6/2018 10:49:00 AM

A luminous primer for those of us who can't wear luminous primers!
Do you have really sensitive and breakout prone skin? Are you oily with huge pores and texture? Is luminous primer life not the life for you? Do you wish you could look fresh and glowy instead of oily and dirty? Yes? Then get this primer!

My favorite primers are revlon pore filler, smashbox pore filling, benefit porefessional-- noticing a theme?

I got this milk primer in a Sephora glow kit and had zero expectations. I've never met a radiant primer I didn't DESPISE. I've been playing w no makeup makeup and decided to use this on a home day-- I'm addicted.

It goes on weird and yellow and shimmery but once foundation is over it it fills in pores but adds a really healthy glow-- not shimmer. Just healthy skin. Did I mention it fills in pores??

No irritating scent and the shimmers also don't feel like they're itching my skin (do you sensitive skin girls feel me?).

My no makeup makeup (for the last two days) has been to apply this over moisturizer, use BM complexion gel creme then go over w a powder foundation THEN add more of the milk luminous blur to where I would highlight. It looks skinlike and fresh. I look like the best version of me. Obsessed

4 of 4 people found this helpful.


Mascara -Milk Makeup -KUSH High Volume Mascara

on 11/3/2018 4:19:00 PM

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First, I had the sample size. I agree with every previous review. How can that be, you ask, when some love the mascara and others hate it? Because it changes over it’s lifetime. When freshly opened, the formula performs nicely. One coat gives you long, natural lashes (but very dark, black lashes). Two coats gives you volume. Even with two coats, lashes stay soft, which I really appreciate. I would say this mascara most reminds me of Full n Soft but Full n Soft never gave such vivid black lashes or this amount of volume with two coats. Yes, the wand is very fat, and I did struggle with that, but I’m just happy anymore when a wand is a bristle brush and not rubber. About seven days, however, the formula changes. It becomes sort of clumpy and stringy. This wouldn’t be such an issue if I had a clean spoolie to run through my lashes after applying the mascara, but since I don’t, I have to run a metal lash comb through them. If one had neither, one would have somewhat clumpy lashes. I anticipate this will only get worse as the mascara ages. Finally, my lashes do not hold a curl with this mascara. I know WP mascaras are best at holding curl and Kush is not WP, but I’ve had lots of non-WP mascaras that do not make my lashes droop or uncurl as much as this one by the end of the day. For all of this, there are much cheaper options available. In summary, pros are dark, soft lashes that can look natural (one coat) or more (two coats). Cons are it does hold curl, formula starts to clump/get stringy about a week after opening, and too expensive for what it offers.

1 of 1 people found this helpful.


Concealers -Milk Makeup -Concealer stick

on 10/25/2018 3:08:00 PM

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I found this Milk Makeup concealer for only £4 in TK Maxx, which is a great price compared with how much it seems to cost in general.

The tube of concealer was housed within a separate plastic tube, which struck me as a waste of packaging, and I bought it in light which was the wrong shade. I should’ve gone with medium, but I can always use it under foundation so I’m not overly worried about that.

This is a really great product which I have been using to conceal and highlight. I would describe it as a glide on formula, which offers medium coverage and it has a cream to powder finish.

This concealer is great for oil control as it dries down matte, but it does settle slightly into fine lines and creases. I would be sure to use a moisturiser before applying this concealer especially around the eyes, even if you have oily skin, and possibly avoid it if your skin tends to dryness.

I don’t think it is the right consistency for carving out the brows either, as it’s not full coverage or sticky enough.

This concealer works really well on my skin type as demonstrated in this video:






Just search for Ayish Zone on YouTube x

2 of 3 people found this helpful.


Concealers -Milk Makeup -Flex Concealer

on 10/14/2018 6:00:00 PM

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I'm so surprised I never hear anything about this concealer. It's so good! I'm 54 years old and I obviously have fine lines and wrinkles and this concealer is just perfect for that situation. It requires so little product and blends out beautifully and so easily. It just looks like my skin, but dark areas are covered, is the best way of saying it. I'm sure it would be great for a younger person too. I'd say it's medium coverage, and it just gives lovely, smooth coverage. Not sure what else to say about a concealer. Oh yeah, no creasing at all after all day at work. When it works, it works. Highly recommend.

2 of 3 people found this helpful.

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