In February of this year I did a very similar post to today's, where I shared what was new and exciting when it came to Soap & Glory's make-up line and I'm over the moon to be sharing the latest products to hit shelves this month. If you take a trip to your local Boots or head online now, you'll find that Soap & Glory have added two brand new eyeshadow palettes along with three brand new blushes and a great new take on their classic Supercat liner.
If like me, you've been looking for that dream blush only to be seriously disappointed time after time, just take a look at these three Made You Blush* shades. I mean, these just scream heart eyes emoji to me and they are so so pigmented, it's unreal! There are two matte shades (Cheeky Pink*; a pink matte (on the right) and Rosy Chic*; a coral matte (on the left)) and one slightly shimmery shade; Twinkle Rose*; a pearlescent pink shade with a golden shimmer.
They're also the perfect compact as each blush comes with a mirror and a brush, which is stored directly below the blush itself.
Back at the end of last year, Soap & Glory released a stunning eyeshadow palette (The Perfect Ten palette) to coincide with Christmas and they've now added two more great palettes to the Soap & Glory makeup collection. There's Kick Into Neutral*, which I'll discuss first and The Ultimatte Collection*. If like me, you're a big fan of neutral shades when it comes to your eye makeup, I have a feeling that you're going to love both, just like I do.
Kick Into Neutral is packed with ten stunning shades. They're shimmery but not overly glittery, which is always what I'm looking for when it comes to shimmer shades. The shades themselves are very warm and perfect for creating that dreamy smoky eye. I also really love the fact that they've included two grey shades in this palette as that's not something you always see in neutral palettes, particularly in the drugstore.
The Ultimatte Collection is ideal for anyone who's looking for beautiful matte shades. The shadows and shades are really buildable but I do love the fact that they look so soft and subtle on the lids. And if subtle is what you like or you're just starting out when it comes to using makeup or building up your makeup collection, then you really need to check both of these palettes out pronto. Both have shadows that blend incredibly well, are velvety soft in texture and don't crease.
As a big Supercat liner fan (I already own the original Supercat liquid eyeliner and the fantastic Supercat Fat), I was so happy to see that Soap & Glory had added a super precise skinny liner to the Supercat family. If you haven't yet tried any of the Supercat liners, I cannot urge you enough to give them a try. I would honestly say that they are some of the very best on the High Street and at just £6-7 each you could even pick up all three and not feel too guilty, particularly if there's a 3 for 2 deal in Boots.
The Supercat Skinny* allows you to get really precise and has a glossy jet black finish. It also dries incredibly quickly and is water-resistant too.
As I mentioned above, Soap & Glory is exclusively available in Boots here in the UK but if you stay in the US, I hear that both Ulta and Walgreens now carry most of the Soap & Glory range, including make-up, so be sure to check both of those stores out if you're heading to or based in America.
So what do you think of the six brand new releases from Soap & Glory? Have you tried any of their make-up range before? If so, what do you think of their products? And what would you like to see Soap & Glory bring out next?