I wasn't expecting it to be as shiny as it is. More of a highlighter than a blush. Bella Bellini is a coral colour with a yellow shine. Definitely nice but not what I expected from the description. I had it to the highest point of my blush region after using a more matte version across my cheeks.
Not as depicted. I thought this would be a nice change from my Luminoso. A nice, warm, different color. It is a cool, but muddy color. As usual, too much of a hassle to return, so passed it on to a friend. Not good with fair/medium skin with yellow undertones and blue eyes. Very disappointed. Looks like a beautiful color on line...
Way more orange than I though. Might be a good one when I get tanned again.
I really liked the old version of luminoso compared to the new one. for one, the new packaging feels lighter and cheap. the old version when using a brush doesn't have a fall out whatsoever. this new one has so much fall out and powdery. it still applies smoothly and shows up on my skin but wishing they didn't change the formulation (if they did) and they stayed with the old packaging or wish they would have better packaging.
Nice blush but was a little disappointed with color. Was hoping for a true pink, coral sunset color
I love the way it makes my skin look glowy and natural.
These Baked Blushes are excellent ! I use these on a regular, daily basis, as an alternative to my more expensive il makiage baked blushes for special occasions ( since the il makiage are very spendy). And honestly, the Milani brand are just as beautiful. The only thing that l might notice is that l have discovered that if you choose one that is described as "shimmery" or "metallic" finish, you may find that you want to use these as a highlighter instead of just a soft, matte blush, because when they describe these shades, they really mean it. The "satin" finishes are a softer hue and more like a matte finish. But these come in every shade you could want, and believe me, l have tried almost every shade they offer. I also love the baked version because they tend to allow you more control as far as loading up your brush goes, and because they are baked, they do not waste the product in mid aire before your brush hits your cheeks. I would also say that these are a very close competitor to the expensive il makiage brand of baked blushes, at a fraction of the price. Nice job, Milani !