Soap & Glory Sexy Mother Blusher

Soap & Glory is a brand that I cannot escape from in my house. In every single room I have some form of skincare, body care, hand care and cosmetics all featuring that signature pink vintage packaging and retro ladies. Ever since my first tub of Righteous Butter was purchased in 2008, I have been addicted. In the last few weeks I have picked up a few new S&G products, including the new Drama Clean Micellar water, which I will be reviewing very soon. One of my very new finds is the Soap & Glory Sexy Mother Blusher* in Pinkerbelle and Onomatopeacha.

Soap & Glory Sexy Mother Blusher

Soap & Glory Sexy Mother Blusher

The Soap & Glory Sexy Mother Blushers are new to the ever expanding cosmetics line and continue where the Sexy Mother Puckers left off. Don’t you just love the tongue in cheek names! I’ve been wearing these pretty much every day for the last few weeks and have been alternating between the Pinkerbelle whilst at home, and taking Onomatopeacha away on my long haul trips. These cream blushes have such a gorgeous creamy formula that just glides onto the skin, is very easy to blend and stays put for long enough. The colours look quite scary on initial application; a vivid bright hue that looks quite scary until its blended out into a natural flush of colour.

Soap & Glory Sexy Mother Blusher

Housed in black packaging with a twist up bottom, the blushers are compact enough to keep in your make up bag or handbag for on the go applications and although they are a cream formula, I haven’t noticed any issue with melting in the high heats that they have been in lately. The coral blend of Onomatopeacha looks gorgeous with a sunkissed glow whilst Pinkerbelle has been gracing my cheeks for work alongside a bright pink lip.

The Soap & Glory Sexy Mother Blushers can be purchased in Boots for just £9!

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  • These look super gorgeous, love the shades you have!
    xprincessjas | ♥

    • Thanks Jas, they are so lovely xx

  • This is gorgeous I am so afraid of cream and wet blushes and I seriously need to get over myself as these look lovely xxx

    • They are so easy to apply and blend. I used to be scared of cream blushers too but these are so easy to use xx

  • These look just as good as the Clinique cheek sticks I really want to try these I know a lot of people use cream products during summer but I love them for winter when my skins drier they add a bit of dewy ness 🙂 xx

    http://rinicawrites.blogspot.co.uk

    • Yes! I love a pink fresh cheek in the winter, like you’ve just stepped in out of the cold 🙂 xx

  • Hahaha I love the name onamatopeacha! Reminds me of English class. S&G names for all their products are amazing! These look lovely. How do you blend them in, with a brush? Just wondering cos I want some cream blushes 🙂

    India / Touchscreens & Beautyqueens

    • Haha yes it does! I used my Sephora Pro Airbrush 54 brush to blend them and also tried with my fingers. The RT Stippling brush would be a good one to use xx

  • Ooh these have been catching my eye in Boots recently. Better get myself some soon by the looks of it!

    Sharon x

    • Yes, you should! I can’t wear any other blusher at the moment!xx

  • kpsays

    Oh my, I do not own a single S&G product!!! Must change that! Added to my Sephora list. Tsk-tsk.