These Baked Blushes by Milani have been raved about [and still continue to be] by a horde of beauty bloggers and you tubers. If you have never heard about them, then you definitely should continue to read this post.
I got mine from Cherry Culture when they had a real good sale [40% off the entire website I believe].
They cost $8 a pop [sans delivery charges].
I chose Corallina because I wanted, as the name implies, a coral-y shade for spring/summer.
These baked blushes come in golden, plastic packaging. You get the blush on top, and you also get a bottom compartment which stores a handy mirror and brush.
The packaging does feel a bit cheap [although it does not look like it], but hey, it is an $8 blush we're talking about - and if the product is good, then I don't really mind.
'Corallina' has a marbled effect [due to the baking I guess] and as mentioned, it is a coral shade but with quite a large number of shimmer in it.
When I first swatched this, I went all mehhhhhhh because I don't like shimmery glittery face products.
But that was easily sorted. More about that later.
It is very nicely pigmented and you need a light hand when applying this.
To get rid of the pesky shimmer in it, I apply normally with a blush brush, but then use a stippling brush to go over it.
This has excellent staying power - more that I would have thought possible in a blush. This stays on for the best part of the day [and even more than that if I layer a cream blusher underneath].
Can't rave enough about this, go and get it for yourself. I know I will definitely get more shades from the range.