Milani Runway Eyes Fashion Shadows | Swatches and Review

Two more beautiful Runway Eyes Fashion Shadow palettes join Milani's already huge line of shadows this year!

Milani says:
Six intense baked eye color bars in one luxury compact with a double ended sponge applicator. Use individually or combine the colors for a multidimensional impact. Each collection has been expertly matched and designed to use the lighter tones to highlight, the medium and dark tones to contour. This luxurious formula glides on effortlessly. Use WET for more color impact or DRY for a shimmer effect.

$8.99 each



These palettes are gorgeous. Lovely colors, amazing pigmentation, and a nice price tag as well. They can be a bit tricky though. The shadows are so narrow and close together that it's a bit of a challenge to only picky up one color. The best way to work with these palettes is to use a small eyeshadow brush to pick up and apply the color, then use a separate brush to blend it out. It's a bit time consuming but the colors are just so stunning so to me, so it's worth it. I also love that they can be used wet as well, so using a thin eyeliner brush with some water or mixing medium is another option.

What do you think about these palettes? Have you tried any of the other shades before?

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  1. Everyone has been reviewing this palettes, I have to check them out now. Those swatches have me drooling!

  2. Looove this palettes!

  3. Milani never fail to flatter

  4. I have a couple of the Runway e/s palettes but haven't really been able to use them. I applied a blue shadow as an eyeliner and it looked amazing. The lasting power was pretty good as well.

  5. wow, so vibrant.... chromatic break down of light, stunning.

  6. I have all of the other previous palettes, and I love them, the only thing I dont like about them is that they only have that strip to work with when using them. I wish they would have made the palette in square pans instead.


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