If you’re looking for an affordable, cruelty-free cosmetics line, Milani is for you! The entire cruelty free line is high quality and the best part is – it’s budget friendly! This includes the Rose Powder Blush. Milani has gone the extra mile with this luxurious line of blushes. These blushes are formulated with rose petals integrated into the powder to uplift and restore the natural rosiness of your cheeks!
Milani Rose Powder Blush is available in 4 shades:
– 05 Coral Cove
– 06 Lady Rouge
– 07 Love Potion
– 08 Tea Rose
As far as quality goes, every shade effortlessly glided onto my cheeks. I love how silky the product feels. It’s easy to forget that the product is a powder blush because it is so silky smooth and easy to apply. With a few strokes of my brush – bam! – a flawless, rosy glow. They just provide the perfect amount of color! In the past, I’ve found that drugstore blushes usually lack in durability. I’ll apply in the morning, and the color fades before I’ve even gotten halfway through my day. Milani Rose Powder Blush kicks all others to the curb – the color lasted on my cheeks all day long!
Speaking of color, I really like Coral Cove for a fresh hue as we head into Spring. I’ll definitely be adding it to my repertoire of bubbly, bright shades this year! My favorite shade of the four would have to be Tea Rose. It’s the perfect blend of mauve and rose. I’m a sucker for a blush that gives you a rosy glow and still looks natural – and that’s exactly what Tea Rose did for me!
Now that I’ve tried the Milani Rose Powder Blushes, my faith in drugstore blushes can be restored – along with the rosiness to my cheeks!
You can find the Milani Rose Powder Blushes exclusively at Walgreens, but only through March 2014… so hurry and stock up while you can!
Roxette Howe works in social media marketing with Top Tier Media. She is a huge fan of anything organic – from food to beauty products. She is also a competitive ice dancer. You can follow her on Twitter under the handle @roxettehowe.
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