Milan Minerals Review Part 2

I think I'm slowly getting the hang of applying Milan mineral foundation, which is by using a big, fluffy brush (I use Red Earth powder brush) applied in a sweeping motion, as opposed to buffing. The effect is really natural, not cakey, and the foundation lasted the whole day. I tried Kiana shade today, and I think I'm liking it just because I don't need to mix foundations. So which looks better, Kiana or Julisa + Caprice?

I don't have a shut-eye EOTD this time, and this pic is the best I could find that shows off the eye colors.

Pure Luxe cream eraser as primer
Milan mineral foundation in Kiana
Mary Kay undereye concealer in Ivory topped with
Bare Escentuals Well Rested
Bare Escentuals mineral veil
Lumiere veena mineral blush in Violaceous
MAC Enriched Refined Bronzer to contour
MAC mineralize skinfinish in Shimpagne on top of blush

Rimmel 1000 Kisses stay-on lipliner in Tiramisu
MAC lipsticks in Hyper and Galvanize
MAC lipglass in Be-In

MAC Beige-ing shadestick as base
MAC Shroom eyeshadow to highlight
MAC Gleam eyeshadow on lid
MAC Goldenaire pigment on inner to mid lid
MAC Maroon pigment over MAC Mulch eyeshadow on crease and outer V
MAC fluidline in Graphic Brown
Maybelline Volume Express Turbo Boost mascara


missilita said...

Hi Aileen - Gosh you look good in all your foundation choices! I can't tell which looks better (Kiana or Julisa+Caprice) but now I am wondering if I should try Kiana myself, and check again if it's really too dark for me...

shades of hue said...

Thanks Lili - I think I'm liking all 3 shades! :) Do let me know how you like Kiana!

missilita said...

Hi Aileen, you are lucky you can wear all 3! Well, I think I can too, but I get ultra picky about wanting to find the most perfect one :) I was in a hurry this morning so I'll try Kiana tomorrow and let you know.

cooks said...

they're all beautiful and so are you! :)

shades of hue said...

Hello Cooks! Thank you! :) Thanks for visiting my site and do drop by again soon!