Milani Cosmetics Baked Blush in Dolce Pink Review and Swatch

Milani Dolce Pink

My new favorite blush, Milani Dolce Pink.

Milani Dolce Pink

Milani Dolce Pink

I've had some people say that it doesn't show up on them, so good thing it's noticeable on my cheeks. It's a sheer light pink color with little specks of gold. Unlike the shade Luminoso which adds like a luminous shine to your cheeks, this shows as a natural glow on my cheeks and makes it look really pretty. I usually wear this alone when I want a natural look or I top it off with other blushes to have a dewy glow when my face is too matte.

It stays on my cheeks for about 3 hours considering that I have oily skin and it stays even longer when you use it together with other blushes. Comes with a brush and a mirror just like all the other Milani baked blushes and it's in this beautiful gold packaging.

I don't have anything bad to say about this blush. It's not super pigmented which is perfect for me since I don't have to do a lot of blending. It's great for a bold lip color, which I always wear. And it also works with a natural looking lip. I did bring this blush to work and to my surprise, it's still in one piece when I got home. It became a just a little bit travel-friendly even though it's bulky.

It's a good shimmery pink blush which can be used alone or mixed with a cream or another powder blush. It's a good find and I believe that Dolce Pink deserves more spotlight unlike Luminoso.


  1. I used to own this blush, but the shimmers / glitters were just too much for my oily skin + visible pores. It was very pretty, though. :)

    1. what visible pores?? ano ka ba...nope, it is NOT visible :) i thought you wouldnt like this because you're too fair and the color wouldnt show much :P