Milani Pink Play is a permanent cheek palette that retails for $13.00 and contains 0.3 oz.
Milani Pink Play Harmony Blush Palette ($13.00 for 0.30 oz.) swirled together to create a soft, light-medium pink with subtle, warm undertones and a satin sheen. It had semi-opaque, buildable pigmentation that applied evenly to bare skin and blended out without issue. The consistency was slightly dusty to the touch but sat well on my skin. The blush lasted for eight hours on me before fading noticeably.
The formula is supposed to be a "high-impact, buildable blush" that "blends easily" but simultaneously has "richly pigmented shades" that can be used alone or together. The top three sections are larger, but only the top section (the one that often has more shimmer) is truly large enough to accommodate the average blush brush. I think it would be more practical to use two or three shades at a time, rather than only one. The way they are described on Milani's website is contradictory (at least, in the order/way they said it), but on the back of the compact itself, it says "four pigment-rich and ultra blendable blush tones" and so I am holding the blushes to that: "pigment-rich."
The quality of the powder varied a lot from shade to shade, palette to palette, with some shades being softer and more pliable and others being more firmly pressed and yielded sheerer coverage. The coverage varied from medium to opaque with most shades within the palettes being blendable. A few shades darkened on me a few minutes after initial application (which was the point where I took photos, so you could see the result). The wear ranged from seven to eight and a half hours on me.
Create any look with four must-have colors in one palette, designed to work together in harmony. This high-impact, buildable blush blends easily, taking your look from natural to glam instantly. Apply the richly pigmented shades individually to sculpt, shape and highlight cheeks, or swirl together for your custom color. Your cheek color can be a unique expression of you.