April 6, 2012

Milani Marbleized Baked Shadows in Must Have Fuchsia, Copper Excess, Green Fortune - swatches, pics, review

Hello, Beautiful!

A little while ago I showed you Milani's Baked Blushes and in this post I'll share with you three of the newest shades of their Baked Shadows. These shadows are really pretty and have nice, soft, buildable color.

Check out my pics, swatches, stats, and review... click on pics to view them larger.

Milani Baked Shadows
Shades: Must Have Fuchsia, Copper Excess, Green Fortune
Continue scrolling down for more pics on each individual shade.

Milani Baked Shadow
Shade: Mush Have Fuchsia
Shade Description: A fuchsia shimmer.

Milani Baked Shadow
Shade: Copper Excess
Shade Description: A peachy golden copper shimmer.

Milani Baked Shadow
Shade: Green Fortune
Shade Description: A grass green shimmer that can take on hues of pink.

Basic Stats for Milani Baked Shadow:
Formula: baked shadows
Wear: average to above average
Coverage: buildable
Shade Info: currently available in 9 shades
Cost/Availability: $7.49 (0.05 oz full size). Available on the Milani Cosmetics website and everywhere else Milani Cosmetics are sold.
Packaging: rounded compact
My Rating: 4.5 out of 5 Kisses

These marbleized baked shadows start their life as a cream and then are baked on Italian terracotta tiles. Since they start their life as a cream, these shadows can be used wet or dry.  

Average to above average wear; use a primer for best results. Use dry for a softer look or wet for a bolder look.

Buildable from sheer to fuller color depending on application method, if primer is used, and your preference.

Shade Info:
Currently available in 9 shades.

$7.49 (0.05 oz full size). Available on the Milani Cosmetics website and everywhere else Milani Cosmetics are sold.

Rounded compact.

Milani Baked Shadows Review:
I really liked these baked shadows. First, I love baked shadows because of how pretty all the swirls of colors look. They're so pretty in fact that I hate to use them and ruin that beauty, lol. Out of the three shades shown in this post, Green Fortune is the most beautiful to look at.

The pigmentation is really nice, even when applied dry. Of course using it wet will give you a bolder look. They go on smoothly and blend easily. Overall, I'd recommend!

Now let me know what you think...
What do you think of these shadows? What shade do you like best? Have you tried these or do you want to? Discuss in the comments below.


  1. i think the colors are gorgeous.. and for some reason they look delicious in the pan like macaroons lol. i think they're much more prettier when wet rather than dry. i really love the pink eye shadow!

  2. I love this type of shadows! Must have Fuchsia and Copper excess are my favourites <3 Thank you so much for posting that.
    Have a nice day!!!

  3. what pretty shades! i love milani products!

  4. buenas te he nominado a un premio http://damapeluquera.blogspot.com.es/2012/04/premios.html visitalo

  5. than beautiful colors! I'll have to try some of these!

  6. You didn't have any problem with the Fuchsia? I can never get Milani's fuchsia on my lids.

  7. @ adorapril: No, I didn't have any problems. Then again, I almost always use a shadow primer. Not sure if you're using one or not, but that would be my first suggestion for getting it to show up. If so, try applying the shadow wet.


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