|Would buy this product again.||68%|
Age: 25-29 Skin: Acne-prone, Medium, Neutral Hair: Brown, Wavy, Coarse Eyes: Brown
First baked blush from milani thanks to a swap and OMG so glad she sent me this color. Its such a great color when I want to go natural and still have a hint of life on my face. I dont mind the packaging its pretty I like to use the real tech. blush brush and It really blends well and I love adding a bit of betty lou manizer on top. Now im on the hunt for more colors!!
Age: 30-35 Skin: Normal, Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
Great pigmented blush that doesn't need a lot of layering. Very easy to apply and blend to get a natural flushed look. My only complaint is the packaging. The little plastic circle at the top of the blush came out and I can't pop it back in. However, for the price of this product I will deal. I love NARS blushes, but I have to admit that this comes very close! Definitely a staple in my make-up bag!
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Brown
this is such a "grown up" blush. its my contouring blush. i use it on job interviews and special occasions. for normal day to day wear its too dark and old for me, but i still love it! its a warm muted pink, with sort of a berry undertone. its fantastic. it just glows. and no matter how heavy handed you are, its like you cant go overboard. theres no glitter or shimmery specks.
i would recommend this to anyone! my all time favorite blush, hands down.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Hazel
This is a great every day blush for my skin tone, which is a light to medium with dark brown hair. It has the right about of color without being too much, it blends easily and the shimmer is a nice highlight. Not a big fan of the packaging appearance but it works.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Black, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
This is the quality I expect from the Milani Baked Blushes, with the same clunky gold packaging that no one seems to like except Milani. I do not care for this color. I looks flat and pulls dirty orange on my skin, kind of like MAC Garb blush. The only way I can pull this off is to use it to contour when I wear the Baked Blush in Luminoso. The two work very well together, better than Luminoso and bronzer. I will continue to use Berry Amore in this way, but I will not repurchase it. This probably looks better on fairer skin.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Very Dry, Fair, Warm Hair: Brown, Straight Eyes: Brown
LOVE all milani blushes!! These baked blushes give a glow to your cheeks. It is shimmer not glitter! The pigmentation is really good also. I have to say this blush lasts on my cheeks all day from like 8 a.m until past midnight (yes i have used it all day) you will not need any touch up. I preffer these milani blushes over MAC blushes but that just me. I definitely recommend them and I hope to get their whole collection :)
Age: 30-35 Skin: Very Dry, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Blond, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Green
All of these blushes are gorgeous. This one's a muted berry with gold shimmer. It's not as bright as you'd think it'd be when you think of berry. It, like the rest of them is ridiculously pigmented, so use a light hand.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair, Neutral Hair: Brunette, Medium Eyes: Blue
This product is deceiving. It looks so beautiful with the color veining, but the color on the pan is NOT the color that comes out on my cheeks. I was expecting a beautiful golden berry or mauvey blush, instead I got a warm toned coral? or a warm toned berry, which looks like a toned down brick red. Looked like mud on my cheek. Returned product.
My profile, for FYI:
NW10/15, cool toned, blue eyes, normal/oily skin, 3a fine but coarse curly hair but I wear straight thanks to keratin treatments!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Very Dry, Dark, Cool Hair: Brunette, Relaxed, Coarse Eyes: Brown
I was hoping this blush would be a berry shade instead it doesn't show up against my NC55 skintone. This would be great for a fair person. The shimmer is fine and the melange of gold and pink are very pretty.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair, Cool Hair: Red, Straight Eyes: Brown
I got this and Luminoso based purely on swatches and seeing how it looked in the pan in the store. I was hoping this would be a cool, clean, natural pink. The color payoff is nice, and it's pretty sheer but the color on me was a cool orange (if that makes sense). When I put this and Luminoso on each cheek and built up the color they looked the same!! Sheerly applied they looked slightly different.
For me this blush was just "blah". The quality of the bush is good for a drugstore but I like L'Oreal True Match more. If you don't have any other blushes I think this could be a good one to start with, but for someone who already owns 10+ blushes, skip it. I guarantee you already have a color similar to this and better quality. This got returned.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Normal, Fair, Cool Hair: Brunette, Straight, Coarse Eyes: Blue
Berry Amore, in the pan, looks like a shimmery soft, cool pink with gold veining. Because of the warmth of the veining, it looks like a warm, medium pink when applied. These blushes are so pigmented that I don't fear frosty cheeks; I simply don't apply enough powder for shimmer overload to be a problem. It has glitter, and I'm not thrilled about having to buff the glitter off, but it's not too bad. I'm N5, so I touch my skunk brush once and buff onto my cheek and repeat. It's a warm pink; I don't think of this as a coral color, as some have described it, but it may look warmer on warmer skintones. Milani's blush in Corallina is much more coral (and much brighter as well!) The lasting power is great. These are my favorite drugstore blushes. My only real problems are the glitter and the packaging--I wish it wasn't so bulky and tacky looking. Warm medium pink isn't my favorite, favorite color on me, so I might not repurchase, but it's a good blush in general.
Age: Unknown Skin: Combination, Medium, Neutral Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
Berry Amore was one of three Milani blushes I won on a website giveaway.
This is soooo pretty on my medium beige skin. I usually go for the coral/peachy blushes and I'm glad I got this color, I would of never bought it on my own, because I thought berry colors wouldn't work on my skin tone.
I use my BE soft sweep blush brush, lightly touch the top, blow off the excess, and apply a little higher than my cheekbones sweeping back towards my ears/temples. Even though it looks very shimmery in the pan, it does not apply that way, it's very soft and natural looking.
I did give the packaging a "1" because it seems cheap, lightweight, and kid toy plastic. There is a crappy half-moon brush & mirror UNDER the pan, which I hate and ignore. Window on top is great, so you can see the color. I will purchase when I hit pan, but that could be years? Great product and I would recommend. I uploaded a picture with a swatch of the color on a makeup sponge so you could see the color.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Olive, Neutral Hair: Black, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
This looks beautiful on. Shame the color is too light for my skin tone (NW35/NC42). Its very soft and the effect is very luminous, but not in a shimmer like way, but as in a glow. Very pretty.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Very Oily, Tan, Cool Hair: Brown, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
Overall, the formula of this blush is wonderful. It is very pigmented, so use a light hand. On my oily skin, it lasted about 7 hours with slight fading. The lid is a bit difficult to open. Beneath the blush, there is an unusable brush, which is too stiff. I did use it for a quick touch-up and decided I hated it so I tossed it. It comes with a mirror as well.
From the pan, Berry Amore may look more shimmery especially with all the veining, but don't be fooled! When you apply it onto your cheeks, this blush gives a nice wash of color to the cheeks with slight shimmer. I gave Berry Amore 3 lippies only because I thought it would be more on the pink/plum side. But on my NC40 skin, it actually looks more peachy probably due to the gold. No doubt, a nice color. I was just expecting more of a pink color. The color is growing on me. I like wearing this blush on days I don't wear foundation and just wear mascara and lip balm. It gives off a nice healthy glow.
I will definitely repurchase this product, but in a different shade. Perhaps Fantastico Mauve.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Tan, Warm Hair: Brown, Straight, Medium Eyes: Brown
I never knew I could ever find a drugstore blush that would replace my NARS and my MAC - it amazes me. This is such a beautiful plummy shade with a golden undertone that just looks really great with my tan NC40 skin tone. The pigmentation is insane and the lasting power is incredible. I swear this lasts me throughout the whole day. Sure there is a bit of fading, but the color is still there. It also contains more product than the standard mineralized blushes. I believe MAC has 3.2 grams and Milani has 3.5 grams. I got my MAC MSF blush for $23 and my Milani for $8, same great pigmentation, but Milani has more lasting power. I will buy more of these blushes! I am obsessed and I believe Milani blushes may have put MAC blushes to shame.
Here is a more in depth review and comparison: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BPZQ3hyofCw&feature=feedu
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Dark, Cool Hair: Black, Relaxed, Fine Eyes: Brown
When I first got into blush I was trying MAC blushes but they just weren't working for me. I then bought NARS Taj Mahal but its so pigmented that I have to watch it. Then came Milani. I love these baked blushes because I truly have to build but they are really pigmented so they show up great on my skintone. On me, the color shows up really great and because I'm on a anything orange or coral kick I love berry amore. It's not berry at all but more coral than Corollina but it equals gorgeous on me.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Normal, Dark Hair: Black, Coarse Eyes: Brown
I love the new Milani Baked Blushes they are an amazing product for the price and drugstore brand. On my darker skin this color is more of a highlight with some sparkle. I usually mix it with a darker blush.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair, Neutral Hair: Brunette, Straight, Coarse Eyes: Hazel
I was a little hesitant in buying this since it looked like it had gold glitter in it, but like the other reviewer said it appears more like a hightlight on the skin once it's applied. It's very pigmented so you have to be careful not to overapply.
The only complaint I have would be the name since it's not so much berry colored as coral colored. I was a little disappointed since I was looking specifically for a berry blush, but I'm glad I have this blush in my collection now.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Combination, Olive, Warm Hair: Brunette, Curly, Coarse Eyes: Brown
Many drugstores are currently in the process of resetting their cosmetic walls with all of the new products that are being released. I was at my local Walgreens this past weekend and much to my surprise, discovered that they are now carrying the Milani cosmetic line. They carry many of the products that you can currently purchase at CVS and they had many new products (eyeliners, nail polishes, baked eyeshadows and baked blushes) that I have not seen anywhere else yet. This review is for the new baked powder blush in Berry Amore (03). The packaging, although slightly updated, is very similar to the other Milani blushes (Mai Tai, Luminous, etc.). The first flip top exposes the product, the product itself flips up to expose the small brush and mirror. I found the color name of this particular blush to be a little deceiving for me. When unopened on the display, the color did appear to be a rosy, berry color with some gold shimmer in it. However, on my olive-colored skin, the color comes off as more of a coral color - it leans more on the pink side of coral, but I could see some peach/orange undertones in it on my skintone. It's a very pretty color, however, I was just a little disappointed that it wasn't more of a true berry color for me. The blush is soft and pigmented (a little goes a long way), and is easy to apply and blend. All of the colors that were on display had some shimmer in them and Berry Amore is no expection. At first, I thought the shimmer was going to be a bit much, but found that after a little blending and a dusting of translucent powder, it appeared as a soft sheen/glow - much like the result you would get if you applied a highlighter on top of your blush. I paid $7.99 for this blush which I think is a great deal. Because you need to use so little, the product will last quite awhile. I don't know that I would necessarily repurchase this color, however, I am anxious to try a few of the others.