After trying out my first product from Milk Makeup back in the Summer of last year, they've been making my wishlist bigger ever since. Their products always get glowing reviews and I see people raving about them a lot, so when they released they were officially coming to the UK I was ecstatic. As soon as Cult Beauty released them I was straight onto the site to make my order and I may have ordered quite a few pieces...
My most lusted after product from Milk Makeup has to be the Matte Baked Bronzer which promises to deliver a bendable bronzed tint that perk up the skin and define the cheekbones in the process. It sold out pretty quickly on the site, so I'm glad I managed to snap one up. I think this will be particularly good come Spring and Summer, but of course I put it straight on my face as soon as it came.
Next up is the Luminous Blur Stick, the radiant sister of their original Blur Stick, a much loved product that helps to minimise the appearance of pores and make the skin look smoother. I'm looking forward to giving this a try more. (I have a mini of the original too!). I've already put everything on my face and although I can't see any glitter particles, just a light shimmer in this formula, I'm not sure if it's done anything to the overall look of my complexion.
I bought the Kush Fiber Brow Gel on a whim after I ran out of all my tinted brow gels and I wanted something that would make my brows look fuller and more defined. On reflection, I probably should have gone for the Gel Brow instead as I tend to get more use out of pencils, but I'm looking forward to seeing whether this one lives up to the hype and whether it's beats Glossier Boy Brow. After the first use, it's safe to say that it's pretty full on in terms of pigmentation and the brush can be a little tricky to use, but fingers crossed I get used to it.
The Kush High Volume Mascara is a very well loved and rated product, so I always wanted to give it a try. My other mascaras are slowly coming to the end of their lives, so it felt like the right time to give this one a try. It promises to make the lashes look fuller and deliver a nourishing formula in the process - if it lives up to my expectations, it may be quickly put into my top mascara picks.
I was hoping that the Sunshine Skin Tint would make it's way over to the UK, but it didn't, so the Flex Concealer was next on my list. I was worried that I wouldn't get the shade right as I always do when shopping online, but I went for fair after comparing swatches online to some of my other favourites. I was expecting this to be more of a light, buildable coverage, so was pleasantly surprised when it came out with a lot more coverage, so I can't wait to fully give this a try.
I then got the free gift set trio that came with spending over £40 and it came with two miniatures of products I already have, but then a mini Lip and Cheek Stick in the shade Werk which has completely surprised me. They're a good size to toss in your handbag or to just give the product a good try.
What do you recommend from Milk Makeup?
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