Sunday, May 1, 2011

It's the only bronzer I use...Milani Mosaic Multi Color Bronzer and Blush in Afterglow

Milani Mosaic Blush in Afterglow is the only bronzer I use. It's not that I don't want to use other brands, but after purchasing a lot from last year's 75% off clearance sale at CVS and learning how amazing they are, why would I want to stop using them?


What I like:
-#7 Afterglow is a mosaic shade of peach, different tones of browns with fine gold shimmers meant to be a blush, bronzer and even eye shadows. It's great for light to medium skin tone.
-It's sheer. I love how I can control over how much I put.
-The gold shimmers are thankfully not visible on the face. I wouldn't want too much shimmers on my face especially during day time.
-It doesn't look muddy or orange on my face.
-You get a lot of product. I've been using since early 2010 and I still haven't hit the pan.
-It's affordable. Only $8.99.

What I don't like:
- Nothing. I really love this blush.









Here are several ways I like to use it:

1. To contour the eyes. It's the perfect shade to contour the eyes to give a slight definition or as a blending color in the eye makeup.


1. Prime the eye lids with a concealer.
2. Using a fluffy blending brush, swirl it in 2 shades of brown.
3. Apply it on the crease going back and forth to create a slight definition.
4. What it looks like with my eye open.
5. With flash.
6. Without flash.



2. To contour the face. This is one of my favorite makeup application. I apply it under the cheekbones, temples and jawline. It gives the illusion of a slimmer face and it looks great in photographs.



3. To contour the nose. Also my favorite makeup application. I like my cute flat nose, but I like to do this step sometimes to make it appear slimmer and longer.    



I highly recommend this blush to everyone. It's multi-purpose, it will last you a long time and it's very affordable. Visit their website Milani.com to see other shades.


16 comments:

  1. This blush/bronzer looks so versatile and natural! Your cheekbones looks amazing, by the way :)

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  2. I got myself one these when I saw your old post before using this blush/bronzer...hehe. It is indeed very versatile. thanks for sharing.

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  3. i love multi-purpose products and i love milani too. thanks for sharing!

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  4. I wish milani was sold internationally!

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  5. Thanks for sharing Becky! I like that it's so versatile! :D

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  6. Hey doll! I had this in Coppershine (I think it was called) and only used it 2-3 times, with no luck. Well, to be fair I only quickly tried it on for a natural blush look. I think that shade had a lot of red in it. I was completely done with trying Milani bronzers after two fails (another one was wayyy too sparkly). But I think I may look out for this shade! It looks beautiful on you and I too use bronzers for natural eye color/contour! ♥ best wishes*

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  7. that looks very interesting! too bad we don't have it here :(

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  8. Looks great! Love Milani... My all time multipurpose powder is NYC Mosaic Face Powders!! Absolute FAV!!

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  9. Don't you just love mosaic and brick powders? They're so versatile! My Bobbi Brown shimmer brick works as a blush, highlighter and eyeshadow. all in one palette. :)

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  10. soooo pretty and the fact the you can use it for many different things is a plus. Definitely need to check it out.

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  11. i love how this looks on your eyes, i tried looking for it at my cvs and there wasn't any. i'll have to try again.

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  12. You look beautiful!! I don't think I have ever seen these in my Milani display. I will have to look closer next time.

    Danielle
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