Milani has released their Spring 2012 Collection and it’s haute, haute, haute! I have a ton of stuff to show you guys from the new collection, starting with the three new shades of the marbleized baked eyeshadows that has been added to the six shades already in the permanent line up, which you will also see in this post.
The Milani baked eyeshadows are multiple infusions of colors baked on Italian terracotta tiles. The marbleized eyeshadows feature complimentary shades swirled together to create one unique color dimension that is buildable and silky smooth. They can be used dry for luminous color or wet for a more intense, foiled look. The new colors for Spring 2012 are Must Have Fuchsia, Copper Excess and Green Fortune.
Must Have Fuchsia (metallic), metallic bright fuchsia (left dry/ right wet)
Copper Excess (shimmer), shimmering copper (left dry/ right wet)
Green Fortune (shimmer), fusion of olive green and gold with blue shimmer (left dry/ right wet)
I love the new shades of marbleized baked eyeshadows from the Spring 2012 collection. Green Fortune is my favorite by far, it’s so unique and gorgeous. The shadows are extremely pigmented and super intense when wet (foiled.) They are very comparable to MAC Mineralized Eyeshadows in both texture and pigmentation, and they wear very well. Check out the other six shades of marbleized eyeshadows…
Drench In Gold (shimmer), shimmering true gold (left dry/ right wet)
Melange (shimmer), black with gold and frost white shimmer (left dry/ right wet)
Mix It Up (shimmer), blackened teal with silver shimmer (left dry/ right wet)
Medley (shimmer), black with silver shimmer (left dry/ right wet)
Intermix (shimmer),champagne beige/light brown with shimmer (left dry/ right wet)
Fusion (shimmer), purple/pink fusion with gold shimmer (left dry/ right wet)
The Milani Marbleized Baked Eyeshadows retail at $7.49 each for 0.05oz and can be purchased at www.milanicosmetics.com or at your local drugstore that sells Milani.
What do you think about the new shades for Spring 2012?
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