Soap and Glory Summer Makeup Launches

Soap & Glory new makeup launches  - summer 2016
Soap & Glory Ultimatte Collection eye shadow palette review
Soap & Glory Kick into Neutral eye shadow palette review
Soap & Glory Made You Blush blusher review and swatches
Soap & Glory Made You Blush blusher review and swatches
Soap & Glory have come out with some rather tasty new makeup treats over the past month and I have to apologise for being so slow to show them to you. Life has gotten in the way a bit and so I’m a *tiny* bit behind on my blogging schedule and giving myself a slapped wrist in the process.

Anyhow, all that is by the by as these new launches are permanent fixtures (phew!) and are definitely ones to add to your next Boots haul.

First up are the Made You Blush blushers, which come in three different shades. These softly-milled powders have a velvety feel to them – not like your usual powdery texture at all. They’re surprisingly pigmented, so apply lightly and build up to your chosen depth of colour. Twinkle Rose is a definite NARS Orgasm dupe with its soft shimmer and pink-rose gold tones. Pink and Rosy Chic are more matte and cover off the brighter and softer pink/coral shades; Pink is too bold for my pale skin but would look stunning on someone with a tan.

The little black compacts come with an inbuilt mirror and brush, so they’re easy to use on the go and at £9 each, I think are well worth a purchase.

I know you all get excited over a good eye shadow palette (me too!) so be prepared to want both of these little beauts. They’re both full of a great blend of neutral shades, but the Ultimatte Collection palette features all matte shades and Kick Into Neutral features mostly shimmers. If I had to pick just one, I’d go for Kick Into Neutral as I prefer something with a touch of shimmer but to be honest, they both have great pigmentation and blendability. The cardboard packaging feels pretty sturdy and although I’d like to see a really vibrant copper added to either palette, they are blatantly ones you can get about 435346654 uses out of without getting bored.

Both of the palettes feature a miniature dual-ended brush and a decent sized mirror, so they're good for use on the go. There are a couple of the lighter shades in the matte palette which are a bit chalky, but other than that, I think they're great! They're £13 each, but currently on buy one get one half price at Boots.

You can find all of the Soap & Glory new launches at Boots.

Do you like the look of their new makeup ranges?

*contains PR samples


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