Milani Baked Blush in Luminoso Review

After my review of Milani’s Baked Blush in Rose d’Oro, several of my fellow bloggers recommended that I try it in Luminoso. So last week I finally placed an order at since I’ve never been able to find Milani here in Montreal.

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Here’s the description from the Milani website:

This silky blush with benefits can be used so many ways. It shapes, it contours, it highlights. Sunbaked on Italian terracotta tiles, it’s buildable from sheer to vibrant.Yes, it adds a cheeky pop of colour to your complexion. Radiance and warmth, too.

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This blush applies like a dream, great pigmentation and easily buildable. As with the previous Baked Blush, the brush is terrible and went straight into the recycling bin.


Luminoso is described as a luminous peachy pink.

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On my skin it leans more peachy than pink, and it really does have a luminosity, or glow, without being full-on glittery.

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Verdict: I LOVE IT! A huge thank you to everyone who told me that I had to try it out! I think that I’ve worn it just about every day since my package arrived!

What colour should I get next? Keep in mind that I’m pale, and blue eyed, and my hair is a dark chocolate brown. I was thinking about Berry Amore (Rose Berry with Gold Shimmer). Any thoughts?

Disclosure: I purchased this!

Thanks for reading and have a beautiful day!!! ❤ ❤ ❤

36 thoughts on “Milani Baked Blush in Luminoso Review

      1. LOL! does put Milani on sale (like 15-20% off) once every several weeks, I’ve found. If you can wait. 😉 But they’re fairly inexpensive, anyway. Such a great product for not much money!

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  1. Yay!! I’m so glad you like it, I knew it would look beautiful on you!! ❤ Since you're so fair, maybe try Dolce Pink? It's a really super sheer, barely-there flush on me (and I'm very fair with dark blue eyes and red hair, lol) that is great if you love a natural look. I've got swatches of all but Berry Amore and Bellissimo Bronze if you want to see, haha.

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  2. Yay!!! Happy dance for the Lumisoso love! 🙂
    Berry Amore the only other shimmery baked blush I own from Milani because it’s one of the least shimmery – I find Corallina to be way too glittery. Don’t let the word Berry fool you, that shade isn’t all that Berry toned, it’s actually just a nice warm pink.

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  3. Milani is such a great brand. I’m going to be ordering a bunch of their products next week. I’m familiar with their lip products but not too familiar with their blushes so this was definitely a great review. Love the color of this blush too! 🙂

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  4. What a lovely colour! It’s so highly raved haha. Do you think it’s a good universal shade? Would it show up on darker skin tones? And I can’t think of a specific colour, but you should look at Colourpop Cosmetics blushes 🙂 they have lots of other neat products that are all very affordable. It’s a really fun company, I love them

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    1. I think that is would work on different skin tones, because it is very pigmented and the colour is buildable.
      I’ve been looking at the Colourpop blushes and highlighters for awhile now, but the exchange rate is too high, so I’m waiting. I have tried their lippie stix and love them – and the prices are so good! 🙂

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      1. Ah okay, maybe I’ll go buy it then! And aw man. I’ll try and think of some other brands that may have good blushes 🙂

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      1. I wear it a lot too! It’s just gorgeous! I’m so glad to hear that your enjoying it! I’m thinking the same about the Berry Amore as well. 🙂

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  5. I LOOOVE Luminoso!!!! So pretty! I also have Dolce Pink which I think would work for you. It’s a medium neutral pink with gold sparkles. Very pretty. You might also take a peep at some Physician’s Formula blushes as all the ones I’ve tried of theirs have been lovely. And remember, if you can’t find something, let me know! 😀

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