Milani Bella Eyes 11 – 15 Photos, Swatches, and Review

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Welcome to PART 3 (of 6) of the Milani Bella Eyes! If you are visiting for the first time, I have decided to take the 30 Milani Bella Eyes that Milani sent me and review them 5 at a time (in the order of their  number) and challenged myself to create a look from the 5 that were in the numerical order. It was a really fun challenge, and I enjoyed creating these 6 looks!

To see Look #1, visit HERE.
And, for Look #2, visit HERE.

And, here’s what was used to create Look #3!

– 11 Bella Charcoal
– 12 Bella Black
– 13 Bella Pink
– 14 Bella Violet
– 15 Bella Purple


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(L-R: Charcoal, Black, Pink, Violet, and Purple)

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(L-R: Charcoal, Black, Pink, Violet, and Purple)

– 11 Bella Charcoal:

11BellaCharcoal

– 12 Bella Black:

12BellaBlack

– 13 Bella Pink:

13BellaPink

– 14 Bella Violet:

14BellaViolet

– 15 Bella Purple:

15BellaPurple

To create this look, I used Bella Pink as the base and to highlight the tearduct, Bella Purple in the crease, and Violet patted into the center. I used Jordana Purple Fix Eyeliner to line the top lid to go with the entire eye look. I did not create a cat eye because I wanted this look to be soft and feminine. Yet, I used Charcoal to line under the inner waterline and Black to line the lower outer waterline. Lipstick is Wet n Wild Mochalicious.

Look5

Look1

Look3

Look4

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(L-R: Charcoal, Black, Pink, Violet, and Purple)

These shades are just so incredibly pigmented! I have been looking for a matte black that had this sort of pigment, and I am so excited to have one now! Usually the black matte eyeshadows I have (and have dealt with) are powdery and have too much fall out, but I didn’t find that to be true for this one. The only one lacking in pigment was Bella Purple. I even found it hard to create a smoky effect with it and you care barely even see it on my eye. Keep in mind, that all these looks were created without any primer, so what you see is what you get, and it can get better with primer, so that shows you that these have exciting potential.

What do you think of this soft, feminine, and romantic look? Would you sport it or not for you?

Website: milanicosmetics.com
Facebook: Milani Cosmetics

Press sample. All opinions are honest and my own.

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