Milk Makeup is a new makeup brand that is definitely made for the girl on the go. It has super chic packaging that makes you feel like a super Millennial. They are in the higher end scale with price and can be found at Sephora and Urban Outfitters. To me once your found at Urban Outfitters you’re on the total city it girl end of things. These were created for the girl on the go who do not want to spend all day doing her makeup or have the time. The end result is that you still look good, playful, and just a bit futuristic.
This is will be my first ever Milk product that I have tried and it has caught my eye from the very beginning. I didn’t realize that it was going to become this huge thing where everyone had to review this holographic highlighter. I just wanted it because it’s pretty, it’s huge, the packaging, and I like weird colored highlighters.
Their Holographic highlighter in Supernova was set to break the internet and was always sold out when I looked for it. But I saved it as a birthday present to me. And thank god it was still in stock on Sephora. It was also around the time when they gave 20% off so I was waiting for that. So let’s get into some swatches and details.
Supernova is beyond my expectations. I hadn’t really swatched it before I used it. It was just too pretty for me to ruin it just yet. (As you can see my skin looks a lot better now.) But girl let me tell you, this highlighter ain’t joking, bitch! That was a just a few swipes back and worth and I used my fingers to blend it out more and not have be so obtrusive to others.
It is very holographic and shiny and blind the school yard. The color is described as a hyper-lavender iridescent. You definitely she the lavender and the shift to a kind of blue. The glitter reflects go from purple to blue to teal, at least to me. And all this combines for a super amazing effect. This bitch is blinding. Shine bright like a diamond!
If you thought the color and packaging was futuristic, the formula is pretty badass too. It melts into the skin easily because the used milk melt technology. Have no clue what the fuck that means but I’m pretty sure it’s amazing. It also has kholographic pearls, infused with mango butter, peach nectar, avocado oil, and meteorite dust. So all very natural and organic ingredients. Probably why it’s smells so good. But the meteorite dust, is that an actual thing? Can you do that? Can someone call NASA and find out if they’re sell meteorite dust to makeup companies??
This product is vegan and cruelty free. Unless you count blinding my enemies. This can be applied directly to the skin with or without makeup. So if you see me with just this highlighter on looking like Nebula’s badass cousin, you know why. You can use this all over of course, cheekbones, lips, and eyes.
And last but not least price! It is $28 for a full ounce of product. It is a bit on the pricier side but I think that’s double the size of a Jeffree Skin Frost. So for about the same price and you get a good amount of product. I mean you can see how much you’re getting. The bottom twists up and the cap twists on, so no worries about the cap falling off in your purse. And for this unique shade so worth it. And as you can, or can’t because now you’re blind, my highlight bling.
Always message me for any questions you have. Thanks for reading. Stay purple!