My Product Tests - Soap & Glory Solar Powder | Harmony Blaze
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Sunday, 8 March 2015

My Product Tests - Soap & Glory Solar Powder

You will have seen this in My February Favourites last weekend, the powder that claims to give you 'the greatest glow on earth'. Yes people I finally got my hands on the beauty bloggers holy grail that is Soap & Glory's Solar Powder.
As we're just coming out of the cold, bleak, Winter months my skin is looking much paler than I would like. I love how some girls can pull off the pale skin look but personally I just end up looking ill. I have been a Benefit Hoola girl for years now, but it's not a very luminous bronzer and doesn't particularly make me 'glow'.

The Solar Powder compact features two shades that sit side-by-side and work wonderfully together. Neither colour is overloaded with orange pigments, neither are they too brown so they work brilliantly on my fair skin.

The powder itself is finely milled so it doesn't leave your skin looking powdery, but instead looked smooth, nourished, wonderfully bronzed and glowing thanks to the ever so slight shimmer in the lighter of the two powders.

Personally I think that this bronzer is amazing value at just £11.00 and if you can get your hands on it I would definitely recommend it. The packaging isn't overly fussy yet functional and protective so you can take this on the go with you whenever you need to. 

Well done Soap & Glory, based upon this little beauty your makeup is as good as your toiletries! 

Have you tried this or any other Soap & Glory cosmetic product? Let me know your thoughts below and I'll catch you again soon, until then though x

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Some of these items may have been sent to me for review. Please see my disclaimer for more information. All product images above are from the websites linked with the exception of Reds True BBQ which is my own. 


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