Milani Colour Statement Lipstick Review – Cabaret Blend

Lawton's Mini Haul

I’ve never actually seen Milani Cosmetics here in Montreal. Ever. So when I happened to be in Nova Scotia last week, I decided to hit up the Milani display at the pharmacy near my parents house. Mini-haul post here  and review of the Nyx palette here.


I wanted to find a deep, rich, vampy shade for fall, so I picked out a Colour Statement Lipstick in shade #40, Cabaret Blend. As well, I wanted to replace the Milani lipstick in Sangria that I bought as it had continued to go off and was full-on rancid playdough scented, so it had to be pitched into the trash (review is here)


Thankfully this lipstick had the signature fruit punch / watermelon type scent that these lipsticks are supposed to have.  Cabaret Blend is described as a deep red-berry shade. The colour is so gorgeous and dramatic.


The texture is nice and the lipstick is hydrating. It was super long wearing. It only came off when I finally wiped it off. I didn’t notice any bleeding or feathering, but I did use a coordinating lipliner from Urban Decay  (Venom).


I’m in love with this shade. I’m so happy that I decided to pick this one up to replace the rancid smelling lipstick.

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

Disclosure: I purchased this!

42 thoughts on “Milani Colour Statement Lipstick Review – Cabaret Blend

  1. Nice! So stoked to see you picked one of these up! And such a gorgeous color 👌I have a review a little while back in my posts of three of these gorgeous sweet smelling lippies 💖 I LOVE THEM

    Great post honey 💜

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      1. Only limited stock and usually at extortionate shipping prices unfortunately! I’ll write a post and tag you in it if I come across a good one! 🙂 x

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