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Milk Makeup: The Products You Didn't Know You Needed

Milk Makeup: The Products You Didn't Know You Needed

In lieu of companies like Benefit Cosmetics, Besame, and Fairydrops, gimmicky, cutely packaged makeup has shown to be just a trend, and once that trend is over they vanish from our blog posts, YouTube videos and shopping carts. When Milk Makeup splashed onto the market, first through Urban Outfitters, and then Sephora, most people ignored it. Their unusual products, however, seem to be the things we’re looking for but don’t think actually exist, until now. Today we’re tackling some of Milk Makeup’s newest and oddest releases, which is your fave?

Blur Liquid Matte Foundation, $40  Sephora.com

Blur Liquid Matte Foundation, $40 Sephora.com

After only carrying the Sunshine Skin tint for so long, Milk has listened to the crowds and finally released a full coverage foundation. The Blur Liquid Matte Foundation offers flawless, one layer full coverage in 16 shades, and so far has 5 star reviews on Sephora.

Holographic Highlighter, $30  Sephora.com

Holographic Highlighter, $30 Sephora.com

Like everything Milk Makeup, this highlighter is Holographic, with beautiful lavender hues peeking through an opalescent glow. A festival staple, this highlighter also comes in a less outerspacey tone- Golden Peach.

Milk Makeup Face Gloss, $20  Milkmakeup.com

Milk Makeup Face Gloss, $20 Milkmakeup.com

It’s like vaseline, but better! Long lasting, ethereal dew that makes you look like the nymph of your dreams. I’m in.

Cooling Water, $24  Urbanoutfitters.com

Cooling Water, $24 Urbanoutfitters.com

They say you put this one in the fridge and the de-puffing qualities in the morning are unreal, and the 4 star rating on Sephora finds it to be true.

Lip Marker, $20  Milkmakeup.com

Lip Marker, $20 Milkmakeup.com

It’s that matte, just bitten look you used to get when you’d “play makeup” with a sharpie as a kid. It’s pretty cute. We recommend.

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