Milani Rose Powder Blush in Coral Cove, Romantic Rose & Tea Rose

Milani — Baked Blush & Rose Powder Blush Megapost

This ongoing post contains swatches of Milani Baked Blushes (Bella Rosa, Bellissimo Bronze, Berry Amore, Corallina, Delizioso Pink, Dolce Pink, Luminoso, Rose d’Oro) and Rose Powder Blushes (Coral Cove, Romantic Rose, and Tea Rose).

I will update this post with any new Milani blush swatches, as well.

History

 

Milani Baked Blush in Luminoso, Bella Rosa & Rose d'Oro

Baked Blush

These blushes are awesome, period! It’s just a bonus that they come pretty cheap, as well. Granted, the packaging leaves a bit to be desired, but when I pick these up at a little over CA$6 a pop on sale, I’m not complaining!

These are a bit shimmery for blushes; out of all of mine, only Bella Rosa and Delizioso Pink are matte. Luminoso is not overly shimmery. Bellissimo Bronze is sparkle city.

Berry Amore, Corallina and the legendary Luminoso are my faves. Admittedly, I have been too chicken to try Bella Rosa, yet!

Milani Baked Blush is US$8.49 / CA$7.99 (I have no idea why it’s cheaper at Well.ca!) and 0.12 oz / 3.5 g. It is made in Italy.

This silky blush with benefits can be used so many ways. It shapes, it contours, it highlights. Sunbaked on Italian terracotta tiles, it’s buildable from sheer to vibrant. Yes, it adds a cheeky pop of colour to your complexion. Radiance and warmth, too.

The label:
Milani Baked Blush in Dolce Pink, label

The included mirror and brush (not very good! I’d recommend using your own blush brush):
milani-baked-blush-01w

Baked Blush — Bella Rosa (11).

Milani Baked Blush in Bella Rosa

Milani Baked Blush in Bella Rosa, swatch

Baked Blush — Bellissimo Bronze (06).

Milani Baked Blush in Bellissimo BronzeThis is more shimmery in person! The sparkles got washed out in the photo.
Milani Baked Blush in Bellissimo Bronze, swatch

Baked Blush — Berry Amore (03).

Milani Baked Blush in Berry Amore
Milani Baked Blush in Berry Amore, swatch

Baked Blush — Corallina (08).

Milani Baked Blush in Corallina Milani Baked Blush in Corallina, swatch

Baked Blush — Delizioso Pink (10).

Milani Baked Blush in Delizioso Pink
Milani Baked Blush in Delizioso Pink, swatch

Baked Blush — Dolce Pink (01).

Milani Baked Blush in Dolce Pink
Milani Baked Blush in Dolce Pink, swatch

Baked Blush — Luminoso (05).

Milani Baked Blush in Luminoso

Milani Baked Blush in Luminoso, swatch

Baked Blush — Rose d’Oro (02).

Milani Baked Blush in Rose d'Oro

Milani Baked Blush in Rose d'Oro, swatch

Milani Rose Powder Blush in Coral Cove, Romantic Rose & Tea Rose

Rose Powder Blush

Milani only just released these in 2015, I believe,2014. I just got them recently so I haven’t been able to give a review. They seem a little chalky compared with the Baked Blushes, though. But I almost don’t care how they perform—they’re so pretty! Heh! (The lid for Romantic Rose was a little stuck, though, so I ended up jabbing my fingernail into its surface after I took the photos. Sadness.)

Unlike the Baked Blushes, these do not have a mirror and brush included in the packaging. Gotta say I much prefer the packaging of the Rose Powder Blushes, though. Much slimmer and prettier.

Milani Rose Powder Blush is US$7.99 / CA$7.99 (I have no idea why it’s cheaper at Well.ca!) and 0.6 oz / 17 g (this is a whopper compared with the Baked Blush at 3.5 g!). It is made in Italy.

Now this is a blush that deserves to be seen! Gorgeous in the compact, even prettier on cheeks, this petal soft, natural-finish powder shapes, contours and highlights. Streaks? Never. Easy to use? Always. In ultra-flattering shades that you just can’t live without.

The label:
Milani Rose Powder Blush in Coral Cove, label

Rose Powder Blush — Coral Cove (05).

Milani Rose Powder Blush in Coral Cove

The swatch is actually much brighter in person; it has a touch of neon vibrancy to it and my camera didn’t capture it well (kind of the way neon nail polishes get washed out in photos). Coral Cove isn’t actually neon, mind you. Just bright!

Milani Rose Powder Blush in Coral Cove, swatch

Rose Powder Blush — Romantic Rose (01).

Milani Rose Powder Blush in Romantic Rose

Milani Rose Powder Blush in Romantic Rose, swatch

Rose Powder Blush — Tea Rose (08).

Milani Rose Powder Blush in Tea Rose

Milani Rose Powder Blush in Tea Rose, swatch
Milani Cosmetics is based in Los Angeles, CA, USA. The company is cruelty-free.

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15 thoughts on “Milani — Baked Blush & Rose Powder Blush Megapost

  1. I’m wearing Bella Rosa today! I bought it ages ago and finally busted it open so that I can test my newly acquired MAC Long Blending blush. 😀
    I can’t handle the shimmery / glittery-ness of most of the regular line. The only tolerable one is Luminoso. Berry Amore is also ok in terms of shimmer. I really hope Milani releases more matte ones!
    The Rose blushers are 17 grams? Wow, that’s more than pressed face powder or bronzers!
    I love how all of these are made in Italy! Such bargains.
    I think I need Coral Cove and Romantic Rose. How similar would you say Romantic Rose is compared to Illamasqua Naked Rose?
    Great overview post! 🙂

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    • No way, how funny! 😀 I gotta try it some time. I have a couple of these really bright blushes that I haven’t dared to try yet (Bella Rosa, MAC Frankly Scarlet). But yes, they definitely need more matte(ish) shades. When I tried Bellissimo Bronze for the first time, I looked like a disco ball.

      But overall, super nice blushes, esp for the price and quality.

      I have to give Romantic Rose a try next to Naked Rose; perhaps tomorrow!

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  2. So jealous!! I want them all!! 😦 I only have Luminoso but I’ve been dying to try all the rest of the shades and your post just tempted me even more! ❤ Also the Rose blushes are too cute! The packaging is gorgeous I can’t resist the flower lol!

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      • Yes they are! For the rose blushes I really want to get my hands on the Romantic Rose shade! And well truth be told I really want all of the shades from the baked blushes but that’s nearly impossible since I’m trying to quite on all these impulse purchases lol but for now I can settle for getting Bellissimo Bronze, Corallina, and Bella Rosa 🙂

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    • Luminoso and Orgasm are similar, but it’s definitely OK to have both 😀

      The pigmentation on the Milani Baked Blushes is great! You’d think these were high-end products, apart from the packaging.

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    • Luminoso’s becoming a real classic! If only Milani would package the Baked Blushes in compacts similar to the Rose Blushes. The Baked Blushes are so fat and take up too much space.

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