Milani Baked Blush Berry Amore Review and Comparison

Continuing on with reviewing the products form my recent mini-hauls (previous posts here, and here), today I’m reviewing the Baked Blush in Berry Amore from Milani Cosmetics. I’ve recently fallen in love with Milani’s blushes, and I’ve already reviewed Rose D’Oro (here) and Luminoso (here).

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Berry Amore is described as a berry rose with gold shimmer.

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On me, it looks a LOT like Rose D’oro at first glance as it casts a golden pinky tone on my skin.

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The blush itself is highly pigmented, finely milled, and is highly buildable in its application. The quality is very high despite the reasonable price (when compared to a lot of the high end blushes).

So, how does Berry Amore compare to both Rose D’oro and Luminoso on my skin? Let me show you, and you can decide if you need all three blushes. Side by side product comparison shows some similarities:

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The next couple of photos are all the same swatches, all taken in natural light (diffused through window sheers), closer and farther from the window to try to capture how it looks on my skin.

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While they are similar, I feel that there is enough of a difference that I’m glad that I own all three. I think that I will buy Dolce Pink and Vino Red next, since I would like to experiment a little more with different blush colours.

What do you think? Do you own any or all of these blushes?

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

Disclosure: I paid for this!

19 thoughts on “Milani Baked Blush Berry Amore Review and Comparison

  1. Great comparison! I have all three and I think Berry Amore runs a little cooler on me than Rose d’Oro does, but I’m pretty warm-toned, so that probably plays a big part. Glad you love these blushes so far – Dolce Pink is reeeeally pink on me 😀

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  2. This is one of the few I don’t have and, yup, need it. Absolutely. 😉 Seriously, it’s gorgeous!

    Enjoy Red Vino! I honestly think it’s pretty berry-toned, actually. Also, be sure to get Dolce Pink and not Delizioso Pink, as Dolce is a very fine pine with shimmer and Delizioso is bright bubblegum pink, lol! Both are beautiful, but when you’re expecting one…

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  3. I agree there is a slight difference – could be good for different seasons and to wear with different eye looks! I am yet to purchase one of these blushes, perhaps I will try one when I run out now that I have seen more of the colours 🙂 Great post Jodi xo

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  4. I love Berry Amore, it’s my 2nd favourite after Luminoso!
    I have this feeling you’re going to end up owning the whole collection by the end of the year LOL.
    Have you looked at the matte ones yet? I really like those except I wish they’d come out with warmer shades – there’s only 2 offered so far and they’re both very cool toned.

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