It's no surprise that I'm a huge fan of Soap & Glory, I simply cant get enough of them and their amazing, ever growing range he he, and during the summer Soap & Glory decided to treat us to a new 'Sexy Mother' makeup edition in the shape of a blusher!
The Sexy Mother Blushers are available in 3 shades Pinker Belle, Berry Jamm and Onamatopeacha* which is the shade I'll be reviewing for you all today! Onamatopeacha (£9.00) is a coral, orange shade that is infused with a subtle golden sheen that runs through it, fear not it isn't at all glittery or disco ball-esq, woohoo. Onamatopeacha is probably best used during the summer months, so if your still feeling the summer vibe then your going to love this, it also compliments a tan beautifully and just adds a healthy flush to the cheeks.
The formula of the Sexy Mother Blusher in Onamatopeacha is absolutely gorgeous and so easy to work with, it's highly pigmented, isn't sticky at all and it has a cream to powder finish but still looks some what dewy on the skin because of the subtle sheen it has running through it. The way I like to use the Soap & Glory blusher is by dotting the creamy stick on the apples of my cheeks and I then either use my fingers or a buffing brush to blend it out, either way it blends out effortlessly, I've honestly never used a cream blusher that's been so easy to use and blend out before, it's incredible!
The lasting power of the Sexy Mother Blusher is pretty impressive, it lasts on my dryer skin a good 6 -7 hours before I notice that I could use a top up which I think is really good, I've also noticed that as the blusher does start to fade it fades evenly and doesn't go patchy at all which is a major plus for me, most of my cream blushers always go patchy so that fact that this doesn't is great!
The packaging of the blusher I really do favour, despite it being a chubby stick style blusher it is relatively small and easy to carry around with you if your on the go, it also has a twist up mechanism at the bottom which pushes the product up as and when you need it which I really like, theres nothing worse than when you have to sharpen softer crayons and waste product and thankfully Soap & Glory saved us from that!
Overall I love the formula of this blusher and will definitely be getting the more pink, rosey shades to try throughout the cooler months, yes it is a little pricey at £9.00 a pop but personally for me it's the best cream blusher I've stumbled across yet so I wouldn't mind paying a little extra for better quality!
Have you tried the Soap & Glory Sexy Mother Blushers yet beaut's? What did you think? I'd love to know.