We have all been there, overtired, dull skinned and to top it all we hit snooze on the alarm making the entire day a game of catch up. Hey no judgement from me - I need all the beauty sleep I can get. One product that may come in helpful is Soap & Glory Peach Party Multi-Colour Blush Brick, an all singing, all dancing blush come highlight that feigns a good nights sleep and leaves you utterly glowing for just a little over £10.
"This shimmery, dewy, MULTI-COLOUR BLUSH BRICK gives you ‘fresh from the beach’ glowing skin, with a light-reflecting, shimmery finish. Use it as a blush to make the ‘apples of your cheeks’ glisten - or to highlight, contour and brighten your cheekbones!Be warned: your cheeks will look so fresh, you may feel the need to slap them!Featuring:- a healthy finish mix of micro-colours in a single beautiful blush brick, a super-smoothing and easy-to-blend powder colour base- light-reflecting multi-pearl shimmer."
I have a soft spot for Soap & Glory's packaging style, I like the often tongue in cheek product names and the retro, pin up models used within the marketing. Cute, flirty and fun which is how I would sum the brand up on the whole. The Soap & Glory Peach Party Multi-Colour Blush Brick comes within a good sized round, plastic compact that is slim with a large disc of product and a mirror for convenience. Although plastic it is sturdy and should survive a good few knocks in a handbag and/or regular travelling if you are a jet setter.
I touched on the fact that Soap & Glory Peach Party Multi-Colour Blush Brick is pretty intensely pigmented, the overall texture is soft and finely milled. As someone with enlarged pores this is not really a product I should use as a blush as I find the shimmer particles settle into said problem and exaggerate it. On the plus side it doesn't cling to any dry areas, wears well (at least 8 hours), blends with ease and offers enough colour saturation for even the deepest complexion. If you have a light skin tone a light hand and a fluffy brush are your friends. Other than that and the pore issue I can not fault the Soap & Glory Peach Party Multi-Colour Blush Brick; multi-purpose and budget friendly.
Soap & Glory Peach Party Multi-Colour Blush Brick £11/7.5g via Boots - link.
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