The first impression I get of this product is that the packaging is kind of cheap. I've worn it all of twice, and the front is wearing off.
But look, it has a compartment with a little mirror and tiny brush in it! The mirror is useful, I guess, but honestly, it just makes the package that much more bulky. Also, tip: please do not use the brush to apply this blush. It is scratchy and picks up way too much pigment. You will have two hot pink stripes on your cheeks.
The pan of blush, however, is gorgeous. It's got the signature rounded top of a baked cosmetic, and looks bouncy and vibrant.
Bella Rosa is a I-just-got-slapped bright dark pink. It's pigmented... too pigmented. The top swatch is what happened when I swiped my fingertip across the blush and dragged it across my forearm. The bottom is me dabbing my finger gently across the top of the blush, and blending diligently.
It's a nice colour, but so pigmented. These pictures are the most natural I could get it to look.
Overall this is a nice blush, but not for beginners or the faint of heart. I cannot stress enough that you should apply this with a stippling brush for even distribution, and under a powder for the nicest finish. I'm interested in trying the rest of Milani's baked blushes!