Milani Powder Eyeshdows
One of the most popular comments I tend to receive when I do a Milani review is: "Wow, I wish I could buy this but I can't find it in my area..."
Well with the current Milani sale (20% off sitewide and free ground shipping on all orders now through 11/26), I thought I'd give you some recommendations for some of my favorite Milani products that are only available on the Milani site (or are harder to find in stores).
Remember when I reviewed this little limited edition gem and recreated the eye look of the model in the ad? Well I continue to love and use this trio consistently--it's remarkably versatile. Especially the cream shade, because it's unlike any other cream/beige/champagne shadow I own. It's cream but with a touch of gray to it, which makes it less stark and pale on the skin than other highlighting shades I own.
Speaking of recreating looks, I also recreated the nail look of the model in the Pure Love promotional photo, and all three of the polishes in this LE collection are stunning (either together or separate). If you never found these polishes in your area when they first released, now's your chance to snag them.
More of my favorites from Milani, after the jump...
I have been using this liner in the shade Black Point so much lately that I'm about to run out. It gives the most fine, clean, precise (and buildable) line of all the felt-tip liners I own. I honestly can't recommend it enough. It's not waterproof, but it does stay put on my oily skin all day and night without fading or smudging. I honestly wish I could give each of you one of these pens to try for yourself, because I think you'd understand exactly why I love it so much. I just can't recommend it enough.
Now, these shadows seem to be very hard to find in certain stores, and the full range of shades is not available in any store; only on the Milani website. So if you've been wanting to try them, now's your chance. I still own you a review of the jewel-toned shades, but here's my review of the earthtones. My very favorite? Caramel Brown.
Looking for a good makeup remover that's silicone, oil and fragrance free, doesn't leave you with foggy vision, doesn't sting and can remove even the most stubborn mascara with ease? This one might just fit the bill.
Yes, I know that you can easily find these in stores, but I just have to reiterate here how much I love them, and how much I continue to use them since my original review. If you haven't tried out these little gems yet, now's a good time to pick one up (my favorite is Champagne Toast, which I love to use on the inner corners of my eyes).
Need some more recs? Check out the Milani category of my blog, here. In the meantime, I'd love to hear about your favorites from Milani, and what you're thinking about ordering during this sale.
The products featured in this post were given to Nouveau Cheap for previous reviews.