I can’t believe that I haven’t been blogging again for few months now 😦 I had this post on my drafts for ages but never really got the chance to publish it but finally here it is. I will be sharing my thoughts on Milani Conceal and Perfect 2-in-1 Foundation and Concealer. I feel like Milani is not a brand that we are particularly aware of here in the UK. Therefore, initially I was sceptical about it and did not know what to expect but I ended up loving this foundation! I feel like it is one of the best that I own. I have been using it so much for the past few months and I tend to use this for work too as I am usually on the go and not bothered to do a complete make up look. If you are from the UK, you can purchase Milani products on their website or on beautybay.com.
Full and flawless coverage with a satin finish
Blends very creamy and feels light on the skin
Buildable and good for hiding blemishes
An excellent cheaper alternative to some high-end foundations
Stays on all day most especially if a primer has been applied before use
Affordable as it is a drugstore brand
Sleek packaging; glass bottle with a pump
Excellent for photography (no SPF)
Does not offer a wide colour choices especially for pale skin
Thick consistency and could possibly feel uncomfortable to use for some people
Can sometimes enhance pores and set to creases and fine lines
Set with a powder to avoid being oily after few hours of application
Make sure that the face is hydrated and moisturised
Prime the face for longer staying power
For me Milani conceal and perfect foundation is a 4 out of 5. The main reason for this is because of the coverage it gives (medium to full) and its staying power. Obviously, it is not perfect and I still think that concealer is needed but I feel like it does much better than some of the drugstore foundations that I own. I have also mixed this with other products, for instance if I want to have a lighter coverage I would normally mix it with my moisturiser to give a very natural look. I also feel like it is easy to blend and the price is affordable. However, as mentioned the Milani brand is not as accessible for us here in the UK therefore picking shades online can be a problem. Overall, it is worth the price and I would recommend it.
Please comment below and let me know what your current favourite foundation is? I would love to know as I am continuously on a hunt for foundations that will work on my skin!
Lots of love from,