Silky Matte Bronzing Powder

Milani

Milani Silky Matte Bronzing Powder is a bronzer that retails for $9.99 and contains 0.34 oz. ($29.38 per ounce). There are 4 shades in our database, which you can select from in the View a Shade dropdown menu below.

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Editor's Review

The formula is supposed to have "buildable" color that "blends seamlessly" and has "long-wear." The powders have a velvety, finely-milled texture that was denser, so there wasn't a lot of powderiness in the pan, but it was fairly blendable. The denser, more matte powder aspect of this product made it easiest to apply over powder foundation, drier skin, or just-set foundation. If my liquid foundation was still drying down or didn't dry down (dewy finishes!), it could stick too strongly to certain areas without diffusing or spreading as readily elsewhere. They were quite pigmented, too, and to build them up more gradually required using a very light hand and a less-dense brush (like a highlighting or fan brush) instead of a more typical, large-sized bronzing brush. The formula lasted... Read More.

The formula is supposed to have "buildable" color that "blends seamlessly" and has "long-wear." The powders have a velvety, finely-milled texture that was denser, so there wasn't a lot of powderiness in the pan, but it was fairly blendable. The denser, more matte powder aspect of this product made it easiest to apply over powder foundation, drier skin, or just-set foundation. If my liquid foundation was still drying down or didn't dry down (dewy finishes!), it could stick too strongly to certain areas without diffusing or spreading as readily elsewhere. They were quite pigmented, too, and to build them up more gradually required using a very light hand and a less-dense brush (like a highlighting or fan brush) instead of a more typical, large-sized bronzing brush. The formula lasted eight hours on average on me.

The average rating based on all reviewed shade(s) in this formula is shown below.

Silky Matte Bronzing Powder

PPermanent. $9.99.
B
B
8.3
Product
6.8
Pigmentation
8.7
Texture
8.7
Longevity
4.7
Application
83%
Total
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Claims / Ingredients

The silky, lightweight texture seamlessly blends into skin without streaking, while hydrating and anti-aging Argan Oil provide long wear.

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