I recently saw that Rexall is now stocking Milani Cosmetics, which is by far one of my favourite drugstore brands. So I thought, what better time than to do a round up of my very own Milani collection.
If you’ve been reading my blog for a while now, you’ll know that I tend to splurge when it comes to beauty and skincare. Most of my favourite beauty products happen to be high-end, but that doesn’t mean I don’t have favourites from the drug store. In fact, some of the Milani Cosmetics products are go-to’s in my collection!
The Milani Belle Eyes Gel Powder Shadows have to be one of my all-time favourite formulas. They really do feel like a gel-powder, and they come in a great range of colours. The three that I have are Bella Caffe (top), Bella Ivory (middle) and Bella Cappuccino (bottom). All three shades are a Satin Matte. Bella Ivory is the perfect highlighting shade to brighten up any eye look, and Caffe and Cappuccino look great as a transition shade, in the crease, or all over the lid!
The Milani Rose Powder Blush is also one of my top picks, I have the shade American Beauty Rose, which is one of the limited edition colours that has a bit of a pearl sheen to it. I love this colour. It’s my perfect rosey pink, and reminds me of my holy grail blush, Heather Pop by Clinique! I intend on getting more shades from this range, so I’ll keep you posted!
I also have the Milani Baked Blush in Luminoso, which is a cult favourite among beauty bloggers and YouTubers. To be honest, I don’t love this blush. The formula is nice, however it’s a bit too shimmery for me, and I’m not a huge fan of coral shades on my skin tone. That said, it does look great with a tan, but maybe not my first pick.
Finally, my most recent Milani purchase, the Conceal + Perfect 2-in-1 Foundation + Concealer. This has to be, hands down, the most full-coverage foundation that I own. I usually like a light base, but I had heard such good things about this that I had to give it a try. And I was not disappointed! I love the way that this looks on my skin. It’s super full-coverage, but still manages to look natural. The only downside, the lightest shade is still a little bit too dark for me. Don’t get me wrong, I’m going to make it work because this stuff is amazing, but I think I could use one shade lighter!
What Milani products are your favourites? Let me know!