Soap & Glory Love At First Blush ♡

Soap & Glory Love At First Blush
Soap & Glory Love At First Blush

I have never purchased nor tried any products from Soap & Glory until recently when I purchased the Best Thing In Life Are 3 Set, which was featured in my second Kawaii eBay Finds blog post.

The Soap & Glory Love At First Blush was one of the item included in the set, I have been using and loving the blush, so today I thought why not share with you my opinion and swatches?!

I know I have said that I would never use beauty products that are Made In China, but I think my opinions are changing a bit; plus I wasn't aware that Soap & Glory is Made In China and by the time I have looked at the label on the back, I have already used the blush for awhile and literally cannot live without it at this moment... So... whatever ~

Soap & Glory Love At First Blush

Soap & Glory Love At First Blush is described as a mix and match multi shade blushing powder that aims to delivery a rosy glow and luminous skin. The blush includes four different shades of pink and orange and one pure white, when swirl all the colors together, it creates a slight shimmery dewy look with a flush of color, it doesn't look overly glittery on the cheek, nor is it too pigmented.

The blush comes packaged in a black plastic compact, it doesn't look or feel expensive and neither look or feel cheap in quality. I like that the blush comes with a mirror and best of all, it's not that heavy to carry around.

Soap & Glory Love At First Blush
Soap & Glory Love At First Blush
Soap & Glory Love At First Blush

have you tried Soap & Glory blushes?
what is your favourite Soap & Glory product?

1 comment

  1. This is sooo gorgeous! I've wanted it for a few years and then I almost bought it when I was on holiday in Bangkok earlier in the year with my mother at boots but I was drawn away by a local brand that came off literally almost identical in color and finish which was cheaper. I would love to have this in my collection though. I'm too a bit wary with products made in china but for me I still feel okay with powder products especially given that they all are made up of very similar ingredients. Whereas liquid products I'm much more cautious as I've known of someone who had a terrible reaction to a cheap eyeliner they bought made in china!

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