NEW! Milani limited edition matte Baked Bronzers!

**press sample**
These new, limited edition Milani matte Baked Bronzers are simply perfect for me! I'm a huge fan of matte everything - lipstick, nail polish... If you've read my blog for any length of time you know how backward I was with makeup until recently. A bronzer? There's such a thing! I've learned so much due to this blog that I can honestly say I'm pretty well versed in bronzers now! I've even started experimenting with them! *gasp* It just goes to show you - it's never too late to get into makeup.

From Milani's website:
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 a perfect radiant look.

There are five total bronzers in Milani's arsenal, but these are the only matte products. The other three are shimmers. Both of these colors fit well with my skintone. The feel of them is satin-y smooth, and they blend very well. Below is a photo of the bronzers swiped on my arm with no blending. Sienna is on the left; Sunset, on the right.

And the photo below is of the bronzers blended into my arm. See the subtle hint of color? Both, I think, are great! Plus, the matte feel of them makes it feel super smooth.

I've been studying how to apply bronzer, and it seems the most common way is in the 3 (and backwards 3) on the side of the face. How do you apply bronzer? Do you have a standard way or do you just go with the flow?

You can purchase these right now from the website. Prize point is $8.99. These are limited edition shades, so it would be best to snatch them up soon if you want them :)

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