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Friday, 3 April 2015

Soap & Glory Sexy Motherpucker Matte Lipstick in Super Nude

Soap & Glory Sexy Motherpucker Matte Lipstick in Super Nude
Soap & Glory Sexy Motherpucker Matte Lipstick in Super Nude
Soap & Glory Sexy Motherpucker Matte Lipstick in Super Nude

I've always found Soap & Glory to be either hit or miss when it comes to cosmetics. Their face powders and brow pencils are real winners, while other products like their mascara and under-eye concealer have been duds in my opinion. Unperturbed by the risk of buying another one of their products without reading some online reviews first, I took a gamble and picked up the Sexy Motherpucker Matte Lipstick in the shade Super Nude. Did the gamble pay off? It certainly did.

Super Nude is a peachy toned nude that sits somewhere between orange and pink on the colour spectrum. Normally I shy away from lipsticks that have a tinge of orange because they don't tend to look all that great with my skin tone, yet there's something about this shade that seems to surprisingly work.

I've really started getting into matte lip colours lately because of their incredible staying power (and who doesn't love a 90s lip?). I have very dry lips so I only ever apply a matte lip colour after using LUSH's lip scrub and a good balm, but once the colour's on this lipstick doesn't seem to dry out the lips as quickly as other matte lip colours can. The formula is very creamy, glides on extremely easily and doesn't require a lip liner to keep it in place. If I put this lipstick on prepped lips before work then the colour still looks freshly applied 4 hours later. I can't praise the formula of this lipstick enough.

My only complaint is that the packaging leaves a lot to be desired. While it doesn't feel cheap, there's something about whipping out a lipstick that says 'SEXY' on it..

So it looks like I've found a new favourite spring lipstick! I can't wait to have a look at some more from Soap & Glory. Have you tried any Soap & Glory lipsticks before? 



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Friday, 3 April 2015

Soap & Glory Sexy Motherpucker Matte Lipstick in Super Nude

Soap & Glory Sexy Motherpucker Matte Lipstick in Super Nude
Soap & Glory Sexy Motherpucker Matte Lipstick in Super Nude
Soap & Glory Sexy Motherpucker Matte Lipstick in Super Nude

I've always found Soap & Glory to be either hit or miss when it comes to cosmetics. Their face powders and brow pencils are real winners, while other products like their mascara and under-eye concealer have been duds in my opinion. Unperturbed by the risk of buying another one of their products without reading some online reviews first, I took a gamble and picked up the Sexy Motherpucker Matte Lipstick in the shade Super Nude. Did the gamble pay off? It certainly did.

Super Nude is a peachy toned nude that sits somewhere between orange and pink on the colour spectrum. Normally I shy away from lipsticks that have a tinge of orange because they don't tend to look all that great with my skin tone, yet there's something about this shade that seems to surprisingly work.

I've really started getting into matte lip colours lately because of their incredible staying power (and who doesn't love a 90s lip?). I have very dry lips so I only ever apply a matte lip colour after using LUSH's lip scrub and a good balm, but once the colour's on this lipstick doesn't seem to dry out the lips as quickly as other matte lip colours can. The formula is very creamy, glides on extremely easily and doesn't require a lip liner to keep it in place. If I put this lipstick on prepped lips before work then the colour still looks freshly applied 4 hours later. I can't praise the formula of this lipstick enough.

My only complaint is that the packaging leaves a lot to be desired. While it doesn't feel cheap, there's something about whipping out a lipstick that says 'SEXY' on it..

So it looks like I've found a new favourite spring lipstick! I can't wait to have a look at some more from Soap & Glory. Have you tried any Soap & Glory lipsticks before? 



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