Wednesday, March 11, 2015

Makeup: Green Smokey Eye feat. Milani Foiled Eyeshadows

Hey dolls, coming to you today with a makeup review! I have been wanting to do more makeup reviews for you dolls so today will be a mini review/tutorial. I buy makeup constantly so why not share my thoughts with you guys here. 
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Recently I picked up the Milani foiled eye shadow palettes. I picked up all 4 because well, I have a problem and NEEDED them all. I also picked up the Milani matte lipsticks. Matte lipsticks are all the rage in the beauty world and just about every line high end and low are coming out with their own matte options. 


Foiled Eyeshadows: These palettes feature four colors ranging from a lighter highlight color to a darker color good for smoking out a look. The formula of these eye shadows are really creamy, soft and slightly oily. They are made to give you that glossy look for your eyes. They run about $10 each at your local CVS. I will say I fell in love initially with the packaging and colors of the shadows (I mean who doesn't love glitter) however I was a pretty disappointed in the formula. They are a bit hard to work with and can be patchy. I recommend using your fingers to apply because frankly, the applicator SUCKS and my synthetic brushes just kind of moved the product around and applied them gritty. 

Matte Lipsticks: Now these lipsticks are the beez knees!! I love them! Not only are they very pigmented, they are also creamy yet matte...but not drying. If you are a fan of matte (no shine) lipsticks, for example Ruby Woo from Mac, you know they can be very drying to your lips and darn near impossible to touch up without removing and reapplying the color. These lippies do not do that. They’re matte yet moisturizing and easy to remove and reapply. They run about 5.49 at my local drugstores and CVS always has them on sale for buy one get one 50% off. At least once a month I find them on sale. They have about 10 shades ranging from Nude to bold Red. I definitely recommend trying a few if you can get your hands on them loves.

So that’s all for this post. Please let me know if you enjoy these mini reviews and be sure to check out my YouTube channel for a full tutorial on how to recreate this gorgeous green smokey eye and go ahead and SUBSCRIBE to my channel dolls, I would certainly appreciate it!
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  1. The eye shadows look good! I have the Matte Glam lipstick by Milani and when i swatched it on my are it was great but when I put it on my lips the color payoff did not come off great at all.. I not giving up hope though I think I'm going to purchase another color from their matte line and see how it works with my skin tone

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