Earthly Elements| Milani Cosmetics

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Hey guys!

Do you remember when Milani came out with some palettes and they were all over You Tube for like a week or two? Well, if you do, I picked them up and then never messed with them. I figured I would now!

I wanted to start with the one that really gives me fall vibes, because I am incredibly excited that it is fall.

This palette comes with 5 powder shadows and one base shadow that feels more like a cream than a powder. I comes in beautiful gold packaging and includes a little double ended brush, that really isn’t that bad , but I wouldn’t reach for it. You can get it for $9.99, here!

I am going to say, right over the bat, I am very impressed with this for under $10. It is a very use-able palette, and perfect for fall! I think this is a great alternative to some high-end palettes, like the ABH Modern Renaissance palette, if you are just wanting the pop of orange.

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From right to left

  • Liner shade that is a bronze plum with a ton of shimmer.
  • Specialty shade that is a high shimmer pink champagne.
  • Metallic deep bronze.
  • Matte orange
  • Matte light brown, almost tan, warm toned.
  • Powder/cream shimmery base. Is a lot like Colour Pop Alchemy, but with bigger glitter chunks.

I would not use the suggested base product for its purpose. I seems like it would make the shadows crease. I really enjoy it in the inner corner, however.

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  • I primed my eyes with Too Faced Shadow Insurance. I then set that with the shade “Matt Lin” from The Balm Meet Matte Trimony palette. I also used this shadow to blend.
  • I then took the light warm brown and buffed it in to my crease as a transition shade.
  • After that I took the NYX Jumbo Pencil in “Milk” and put it all over my lid. It was the only way I could really get the orange to show up the way I wanted. I have used to orange in the crease before, and it looks amazing with out a white base!
  • On top of that I patted the orange shade all over my lid.
  • I then took the deep bronze shade and used it to deepen up my outer corner and my crease.
  • I made use of the liner shade, as, you guessed it, liner. I buffed it under my lower lash line. Then I took the ELF Make-Up Lock and Seal and dabbed a liner brush in it, then dipped it into the shadow. I then created a wing. I am really loving using shadow as winged liner lately.
  • I took the specialty shade and used it to highlight my brow bone, then highlighted my inner corner with the base shade.

I really do enjoy this palette, especially for its inexpensive price tag! I think it is a fantastic palette to pick up for fall if you are on a budget. However, if you do have say the ABH Modern Ren. palette or maybe even the Lorac pro 3, I would say it is safe to pass on the Milani one.

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Other Products Used:

  • ELF brow pencil in “taupe”
  • Glossier Boy Brow “blonde”
  • Tarte Tartest Mascara
  • ELF Gel liner “nude”
  • NYX Stay Matte but Not Flat
  • NYX HD Loose Translucent Powder
  • Benefits’ Hola Bronzer
  • Benefits’ Rockature Blush
  • Makeup Revolution “Golden Lights” highlight
  • Milani lip liner in “Spice”
  • Milani lip stick in “Teddy Bare”.

I hope you enjoyed this post! What is your favorite Milani product? What do you think of this palette or the look? Comment below! Want more B&T? Check this out next! You can also find me on Instagram and Snap Chat as manda_janette

XoXo Manda

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12 thoughts on “Earthly Elements| Milani Cosmetics

  1. Great post! And loved the eye look! I’ve only ever tried one Milani product, their baked blusher in luminoso and it’s amazing! Think I might have to branch out and try some more! Xx

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      1. I wish we had a T.J. Maxx! I have to drive to St. Louis to get to the nearest one! I really love their lipstick formula. The mattes are comfortable, and if you but a lipliner all over your lips then the lipstick over that they wear for a REALLY long time. And the packaging is pretty lol.

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