Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Milani Baked Bronzer in Soleil

A bronzing powder that features a mélange infusion of colors baked on Italian terracota tiles. Easy to use, sensorial in texture, the nuances of color become extraordinarily luminous, enhancing the purity of the skin. This hi-tech, streak free bronzer, gives you a perfect radiant look.

Glide brush over color and lightly tap off excess powder.
Lightly apply to cheeks, forehead, chin and/or nose and blend well for a sun-kissed look.
To use wet (only for shimmer shades), lightly put water on brush and glide brush over color, then apply to cheeks, forehead, chin and/or nose.

$9.79 at CVS

I really wanted to try this bronzer because it reminded me of my favorite bronzer
Mac's MSF in Comfort.
Mac's Comfort is limited so I cannot get it all the time unless it is repromoted.
I have to say that Milani's Soleil is very similar almost identical except that it's shimmery particles are more noticeble than Mac's Comfort.
 I'm hoping the shimmer is just on the top like other bronzers sometimes have them.
Mac's Comfort is also a bit thicker than Milani's Soleil.
I like  Comfort because it is a little bit more on the matte side in my opinion.
Soleil's Pigmentation is very good and the product is not too powdery.
The texture is very fine and the shimmer is not chunky like other shimmery bronzers.
I have been wearing it and I like the color payoff and staying power.
I'm glad I found this bronzer because it is very compatible to my Mac's Comfort.

Milani's Soleil

Mac MSF in Comfort and Milani's Soleil

Mac's Comfort and Milani's Soleil
(almost identical right?)

I really hope this review was helpful for all of you
Mac's Comfort Lovers.
Thanks for Stopping by!

1 comment:

  1. They do look very similar!:) I have yet to tried those baked milani formulas