Today’s review is going to be of the Milani Rose Powder Blush in the shade Romantic Rose.
I’ll tell you this: a few years ago Tarte Exposed Blush came out and everyone was going CRAZY about it, now, Tarte was not available in Italy (it still isn’t but it’s slightly easier to get now) and I wanted that blush so badly. I’ve seen so many posts that said this Milani one was a dupe for it so I wanted this one instead but I never got it because even in that case it wasn’t super easy.
You can get it from Ulta for 8,99$
It is a nude pink brown.
The packaging is very simple and minimal, I like that I can see the shade through the top.
The pan has a rose embossed in it which is absolutely gorgeous and the shade name is on the back.
Side note: I think they sent me an expired one because mine smells terrible that, luckily, didn’t affect the final result but I won’t keep using it because I don’t want to get acne.
PIGMENTATION & FORMULA
The formula is quite soft and smooth especially when you swatch it, it has medium pigmentation. You definitely have to build up the colour which as I said in the past is my personal preference with face products.
It doesn’t have any fallout and it’s not too chalky. It doesn’t enhance pores or texture.
It is not super pigmented but you can layer it.
On me, it lasts around 6 hours before starting to fade.
- Colour: 9/10
- Longevity: 8/10
- Application: 7/10
- Texture: 8/10
- Pigmentation: 7/10
- Packaging: 8/10
This blush is very pretty, it looks like you are naturally flushed, I prefer when blushes are less pigmented because it helps to avoid the clown effect. The lasting power is ok. If you like the colour and you are looking for an affordable option this is really nice. For that price is a good blush.
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