|Bronzer – £11|
Being on the fairer side of the skin tone scale, I struggle to find a bronzer that’s not overly obvious, dirty looking and adds natural-looking warmth. I’ve read quite a few hits or miss reviews on Soap & Glory’s cosmetics line but when I was looking for something new to try in a 3 for 2 offer, I decided to try Soap & Glory’s Solar Powder on a whim, and I am so glad I did!
I really like the packaging. It’s a pretty solid cardboard compact, with a mirror in the top to help with on-the-go application, but I think over time it may get a little battered if you keep this in your bag. I am a huge fan of Soap & Glory’s vintage marketing and find the product names to be fun.
The product itself is split into two main parts with a matte darker grey-toned and a matte lighter shade. There is a small shimmer section in the middle where the ‘S&G’ is but this is very subtle, so subtle in fact it doesn’t show up on camera when its swatched. I either swirl the brush around the mix the shades for a warm glow or use the darker shade alone as a contour. The powder is silky smooth and once applied this lasts around 7-8 hours,
Because of its grey-toned matte shades, this creates the perfect natural contour as well as adding some warmth for fairer skin tones such as mine. I would really recommend trying this out as a great bronzer that won’t make you look like a walking Wotsit!
Have you tried Soap & Glory Solar Powder? What do you use to add warmth to your face?
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