Milk Makeup

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/
Overall rating
3.4
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49%
would repurchase
3.4
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Overall rating
49%
would repurchase

Recent Milk Makeup Reviews

Flex Foundation
4.0
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11 hours ago

Lately, I have been very into stick foundation, stick contour, even stick blush. I feel like my makeup application goes on so much faster when I use stick products. I went to Sephora one day and the sales person color matched me to this foundation. I loved how perfectly it matched my skin and the fact that it's a clean brand. At first, I didn't really like how difficult it was to blend! But once I realized it was my primer not matching well with the foundation and changed primers, blending was a breeze. The packaging is very sleek and simple, which I like. Coverage wise, I would say it's a lighter medium coverage, but buildable. I like a light to medium coverage so this is perfect for me. I want my skin to look like skin. The foundation lasts for my whole 12 hour shift with the exception of my nose. But every foundation always breaks up on my nose because I have an oily T-zone. Overall, I'll be sticking with this foundation for a while.

Flex Foundation
4.0
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11 hours ago

Lately, I have been very into stick foundation, stick contour, even stick blush. I feel like my makeup application goes on so much faster when I use stick products. I went to Sephora one day and the sales person color matched me to this foundation. I loved how perfectly it matched my skin and the fact that it's a clean brand. At first, I didn't really like how difficult it was to blend! But once I realized it was my primer not matching well with the foundation and changed primers, blending was a breeze. The packaging is very sleek and simple, which I like. Coverage wise, I would say it's a lighter medium coverage, but buildable. I like a light to medium coverage so this is perfect for me. I want my skin to look like skin. The foundation lasts for my whole 12 hour shift with the exception of my nose. But every foundation always breaks up on my nose because I have an oily T-zone. Overall, I'll be sticking with this foundation for a while.


Flex Foundation
5.0
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2 days ago

And I thought MILK was for kids! I was using Koh-Gen-Do mixed with It CC and a drop of what's her name's Argan Oil. This was complicated and expensive. I walked into a Sephora one night looking looking like hell. The saleslady pulled out this MILK stick in a light with pink undertones and it matched perfectly. I'm 54 and have T- Zone super-oily, dry and flaky on my cheeks, have hyperpigmentation, and have a touch of Vitiligo, all depending on which spots of my face you are on. This foundation FLOORED ME! I took it home. It wasn't a placebo effect. It's better than my old combo, my Chanel, or Guerlain. Oh, I also decided to try the Tom Ford and Fenty stick foundations and got them in the mail yesterday. Not even half as good. This MILK IS THE BOMB. The Tom Ford deserves another try, but was thick and shiny/greasy by comparison and the Fenty just sucked. The MILK has a GREAT texture that blends instantaneously and lays down a thin layer of even coverage that looks like your skin, just a lot better. Applied with a damp Beauty Blender over moisturized skin (Charlotte Tilbury Cream) and set with the lightest CT Powder. I am sure it would work great with a foundation brush as well.

Flex Foundation
5.0
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2 days ago

And I thought MILK was for kids! I was using Koh-Gen-Do mixed with It CC and a drop of what's her name's Argan Oil. This was complicated and expensive. I walked into a Sephora one night looking looking like hell. The saleslady pulled out this MILK stick in a light with pink undertones and it matched perfectly. I'm 54 and have T- Zone super-oily, dry and flaky on my cheeks, have hyperpigmentation, and have a touch of Vitiligo, all depending on which spots of my face you are on. This foundation FLOORED ME! I took it home. It wasn't a placebo effect. It's better than my old combo, my Chanel, or Guerlain. Oh, I also decided to try the Tom Ford and Fenty stick foundations and got them in the mail yesterday. Not even half as good. This MILK IS THE BOMB. The Tom Ford deserves another try, but was thick and shiny/greasy by comparison and the Fenty just sucked. The MILK has a GREAT texture that blends instantaneously and lays down a thin layer of even coverage that looks like your skin, just a lot better. Applied with a damp Beauty Blender over moisturized skin (Charlotte Tilbury Cream) and set with the lightest CT Powder. I am sure it would work great with a foundation brush as well.

Kush Lip Balm
4.0
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5 days ago

I have mixed feelings about this product. I have it in both Bubble and Cannatonic. I first got Bubble and fell in love. It's a great shade that is not full coverage, giving me a nice lip color without being over the top. It has a slight minty flavor. I then got Cannatonic. I'm not sure if it's just this particular color (didn't seem to have this issue with Bubble) but it has a very chemical, almost plasticky taste that is very unpleasant. I love the color, but will not repurchase that color. I also love that the cap is magnetic so you don't have to worry about it falling off in your bag.

Kush Lip Balm
4.0
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5 days ago

I have mixed feelings about this product. I have it in both Bubble and Cannatonic. I first got Bubble and fell in love. It's a great shade that is not full coverage, giving me a nice lip color without being over the top. It has a slight minty flavor. I then got Cannatonic. I'm not sure if it's just this particular color (didn't seem to have this issue with Bubble) but it has a very chemical, almost plasticky taste that is very unpleasant. I love the color, but will not repurchase that color. I also love that the cap is magnetic so you don't have to worry about it falling off in your bag.