Very easy to use, "effortless" makeup. Love the glow oils, sunshine oil, and watermelon brightening mask. Also, if you have droopy lashes, the lash primer + Kush mascara is a great combo!
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Milk Makeup Reviews
Love their setting spray and primer
Fine! Love their mission, products aren't anything special over others
Milk makeup is epitome of "effortless chic girl" aesthetic. They have a few really solid products like the kush mascara, highlighters, brow gel, and lip gloss. But the primer didn't do much for me.
More skin tone shades please!
Love the bronzer stick and that it's clean! Very easy to use for someone who is not good at makeup
I tried the Hydrogrip Primer from this brand. It is a good product, feels nice on the skin, but does not make a difference in how my makeup applies. It does provide moisture to the skin and doesn't contain any parabens.
Milk is one of my favorite brands! I can't get over their Hydro Grip Primer, and it makes my makeup last +18h with little to no touch-up. I'm also in love with the mini blush stick.
I wish that my Sephora in Brazil would carry Milk. #MilkComeToBrazil hahaha
I’ve used the hydro grip primer in the past and it worked nicely on foundations that I felt had issues lasting long or fading. I no longer use it as I currently wear a long lasting foundation but would use it again if I changed foundation! I also love that it is easily accessible at Sephora!
More size options would be great! I wish companies would do a small (trial size), medium (travel sized) and large (full sized) so you could try it before buying or have as much product as you need
I have tried the hydration stick and the highlighter. Both came in the clear tube packaging which was convenient to use and also easy to find in my makeup bag! I liked the highlighter better than the hydration stick (found regular lotion to be more effective). Highlighter was subtle, easy to blend, and long-lasting.
Instead of hydration stick maybe try a serum or a not-so-solid formula? Felt too rough on my skin for it being a "hydrating" stick.