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The pigment on this blush is incredible. In the look below I didn’t even use that much and I still had to use some face powder to tone it down and blend around the edges. Love Potion was difficult to blend to create a seamless look, so the face powder also helped with that.
I recommend using a stippling brush or a light hand for a natural effect. AKA rather than swirling or digging your brush into the powder (which is going to cause powder fall-out and a mess anyway) tap the brush lightly on top of the blush and apply. You can build up the pigment as needed, but I doubt you’ll have to.
I’m pretty sure I need the other three. The design just makes me smile from ear to ear and I’m loving the pigment! Hopefully I’ll be able to find them! Which Rose Powder Blush have you picked up or which one are you lusting over?
Milani Rose Powder Blush retails for $7.99 and they are available for a limited time at select Walgreens.