The colours I picked are Dolce Pink, Bella Rosa and Corallina. All come in a round compact with a brush hidden underneath it. The brush is ok, it's good if you're carrying the blush around with you during the day and need it for touch ups, but I'd stick to a proper blush brush for normal daily application.
Here are some swatches for you.
|L/R: Dolce Pink, Bella Rosa, Corallina|
Dolce Pink is a subtle blue based pink with a silvery sheen to it. I think this would look great layered over a brighter shade. It's pigmented enough to be worn on its own if you have a light/medium skin tone, but those with deeper skin tones would probably only see it add shine rather than colour.
Bella Rosa is a new release, it's one of only 2 matte shades that Milani makes (the other being Delizioso Pink). This is not for the faint hearted as it's super bright, and super pigmented. That said, I LOVE it. Only the slightest tap of a brush is needed to pick up the right amount of colour. I think this would look awesome on people with deep skin tones. Paler girls, you have been warned.
Corallina is a beautiful bright coral with white gold veining. In the pan it looks like it's got chunks of glitter but this does not translate onto the skin. Instead you're left with a beautiful sheen. This is possibly my new favourite summer shade of blush.
Have you tried Milani Baked blushes? What do you think of these?