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They’ll only be available for a month.
You know what's better than having one Milk Makeup Glitter Stick? Having three of 'em. The brand released its first illuminating balm "Techno" in June of 2017, and we were hooked. One swipe of the stick on our skin left behind a silky, iridescent shimmer. Show More Summary
I have to admit, Milk Makeup’s Holographic Sticks are one of my biggest beauty addictions. The cosmic sheen they give my cheeks is almost too good to part from, and I have empty tubes upon empty tubes of the iconic highlighting stick piling up in my makeup drawer as we speak. So, when they released […]
A prime product is coming.
Image Source: POPSUGAR Photography / Alaina Demopoulos Forgive me, skincare Gods, for I have sinned. Over the long weekend, I committed just about every clear skin faux pas you can imagine. I stuffed my face with Camembert cheese and washed the slices down with cafe au laits - no almond milk for this lady. Show More Summary
Nothing beats a good makeup day, and a good makeup day is never made until you use a great highlighter. To get a glowing, cosmic look, most ladies and gents grab one of the Milk Makeup Holographic Sticks. This highlighter is a cult favorite for just about everyone: whether you like to cake your face […]
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Milk Makeup has been one of the hottest beauty brands for veteran makeup addicts and minimalist beauty beginners alike. Their natural-looking application and high variety of products makes this brand stand out against all others, and has products for just about every girl: from the ones who beat their faces to those who prefer a […]
Meteorites - you know, those intergalactic, billion-year-old flaming rocks - are probably best known to makeup enthusiasts as being one of the not-so-secret ingredients in Milk Makeup's beloved Holographic Sticks ($28). This cult-favorite,...Show More Summary
We've said it before, and we'll say it again: beauty products are for everyone. And while tons of major brands such as MAC, Kiehl's, and Milk Makeup have thankfully supported the LGBTQ+ community through various past campaigns, small,...Show More Summary
Remember Space Jam? The 1996 basketball movie starring Michael Jordan (and some Looney Tunes) is forever a childhood favorite. That's why we were already fans of Milk Makeup's new highlighter quad named after the film before we even got our hands on it. Show More Summary
Among all the trendy beauty brands out there, Milk Makeup is definitely one of the coolest. The beauty brand was born inside of Milk Studios and offers a variety of skin and color cosmetics for the bare and bold beauty-lover. Each Milk product is outfitted in sleek, simple packaging, but its products are not only limited to the beauty minimalist. Show More Summary
Just what we were hoping for. The post Milk Makeup Has Turned Its Beloved Blur Stick Into A Foundation appeared first on TheGloss.
We usually rely on Milk Makeup for moments we need glowy, galactic highlighters, but the brand just released a new product that's perfect for everyday use: Blur Liquid Matte Foundation. This is the first full-coverage foundation for Milk, and it sounds pretty freakin' epic. Show More Summary
One might conclude that I’m smiling in this pic because…hello, pigment! Hello, glitter! Hello, shine! So many fun things, right? But I’m actually smiling here because when I snapped this pic, I was about to remove this eye makeup. Because,...Show More Summary
There are days when I wake up looking like I just climbed out of my crypt after 24 mummified years… Yesterday was one of those days, so I took Milk Makeup Lip + Cheek in Perk out to play, and put a little on before my Starbucks’ run. For...Show More Summary
Glossy lids = least appropriate eye makeup look ever for a windstorm and/or for standing in front of Beyoncé-level stage turbines. Don’t do it, girl!! I wore one of these glossy Milk Makeup Eye Vinyls on a really windy day when I had...Show More Summary
Milk Makeup is known for its shimmery products, so it makes sense that it would create spectacular highlighters. Its weightless formulas melt right into your skin for a dewy, noticeable finish. The makeup is meant to be applied directly, so you don't even need a brush. Show More Summary
Once upon a time, super early in the morning, I almost took a stick of Milk Makeup Highlighter and put it under my arms. Like deodorant! I caught myself at the last minute, so I didn’t actually do it, but if it had, my underarms would’ve...Show More Summary