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The product that I am reviewing is that <strong>Milani Minerals Compact Makeup.</strong> I have it in the shade "102 Nude Buff". I believe that this particular one was discontinued a while back but Milani has practically the same product out on the market right now, which is their Milani Minerals Compact Foundation.
I don`t know the original price of this, but it must have been around $8. I purchased this when CVS had their 50-70% clearance sale so I was able to get this for around $3-4.
Before the packaging was tossed around, the compact looked really nice with the gold finish around the rims. There is also a plastic window so you can look into the pan to see the shade of the powder. Similar to other compacts, there is a tab near the product pan so that you can lift it up to reveal a mirror and a compartment to hold the sponge - which isn`t that great in quality. I like that there are holes at the bottom of the compact so that bacteria doesn`t build up as easily.
I`m so disappointed that I didn`t pick up more of these while they were on sale, I had no idea I was going to like it so much. The shade "102 Nude Buff" is a really good match for my light skin with yellow undertones. The powder is incredibly smooth and fine. I would say that the powder gives medium coverage. If you want to use it as a powder to set your liquid foundation, you can use a more fluffy brush to give a lighter finish. Some days when I am in a hurry, I would use a flat top powder brush to buff this product into my skin and it has enough coverage and buildable coverage to act as a powder foundation! I found it did a good job at keeping my face oil-free without looking cakey too.
<strong>OVERALL, I give the Milani Minerals Compact Makeup an A.</strong>
I do recommend it and this is one of the best drugstore powder compacts that I have used. I am definitely repurchasing this if I ever see it on sale again.