New In: 3 From Soap and Glory

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Soap and Glory have slowly but surely become one of my favourite drugstore brands. I've been a fan of their body care range for a long time now, so the progression into makeup was only natural. Every piece of Soap and Glory make up I have tried so far has been a hit, from the Sexy Mother Pucker gloss (questionable name) to the Kick Ass (seriously, that is the name) powder. I recently picked up these three beauties as I just can't seem to walk away from a tempting 3 for 2, well it'll be rude not to.
Soap and Glory Make up
Soap and Glory Newness
After hitting pan on the Kick Ass powder I decided to pick up this one. It works just as well and does a fantastic job of reducing any shine. The Kick Ass powder is more yellow toned, whereas this is more of a traditional blotting powder. It keeps my t-zone shine free and provides a velvety finish. This powder does not cake or stick to any dry patches, and due to it being very finely milled you can reapply throughout the day without worrying about build up. This is bound to be my best friend this summer.

This concealer is reminiscent of the Laura Mercier Secret Camouflage, however much more affordable. Bloggers always rave about this product and I can see why. I can only describe the packaging as like a Swiss knife. It holds two concealers, a translucent powder, powder puff and mirror! The two concealers are designed for two different jobs, step one is more for under the eye and step 2 is aimed at covering blemishes. Step one doesn't settle into fine lines and does last all day.  Step 2 has impressed me more, it is sightly thicker and does a very good job at covering blemishes and redness. The staying power is brilliant! I am also extremely impressed with the powder which comes with this kit. It can look scary at first as it's stark white in colour, however it blends beautifully and keeps my under eye concealer in place all day. This is a great little kit I only wish it came in more shades.

Lid Stuff
Possibly, the only name I really like from the makeup range. I have the palette 'What's Nude' and for £10 I haven't seen one better. There are three matte and one shimmer, the colour pay off is amazing, buttery soft, and not at all chalky. These also last all day with no fading or creasing on my eye lids. The shimmer shade needs a bit more work when applying, however it doesn't under perform. This palette is really worth a look. 


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