So you all know that I went to Sephora and got myself a couple of Birthday Presents. The Headliner kit from Milk was one of them. I’m trying to use more Cruelty Free products and when I saw this brand I pretty much fell in love. I so love simplicity and modern style so I was pretty excited to grab this little sample kit.
Milk Cosmetics prides themselves on being cruelty free and giving you the best make up technology with the most natural ingredients possible. They seem like a fun energetic brand.
Included in this kit are:
- Cooling Water
- Ubame Mascara
- Dip Out Lip Color
- Micellar Water Make up remover wipe.
The Cooling Water is meant to be applied around your eyes when they are puffy or just when it’s a bit of a hot day and you need a bit of a refresher.
There’s no fragrance to the Cooling Water so you don’t have to worry about any unwanted smells
The Container is quick and easy to open and use plus you can just twist the bottom to push it up and get more.
I have yet to have to use this, however with the recent spike in temperature I may need to get this out.
The Ubame Mascara is made from Ubame Oak Charcoal and Sapphire dust. I’ve never heard of any of those products in a mascara before.
Once again no weird smell (yay)
The applicator is easy to use even if I did think it a little long, It brushed through my lashes pretty good and was very pigmented. It added both volume and length but not to the extreme.
The mascara was also very easy to take off with my make up eraser. so no lash pulling for me
This is a Vegan Product that includes ingredients like Shea butter and coconut oil. It is also suppose to a Melt Technology that makes it instantly glide over your lips no problem
This was super pigmented and I can tell that this lip color would last all day. Dip Out is a wine like color that is perfect for fall.
I wouldn’t necesscarily say this glided over my lips. The texture was super weird and because of the Demi-Matte finished (which honestly didn’t look DEMI matter but rather full matte) you were able to see every crack and line that my lip had to offer. Was not very flattering.
The Make up wipe has yet to be use, but I’ll keep it in my bag for one of those just in case situations. So what do you think about MILK cosmetics?.