Soap and Glory Solar Powder Review

I've been lusting after this bronzer for a while now, it doesn't look scarily red/orange, nor does it look too dark. I'd heard many people on the internet talk about this product do when I was feeling spendy in Boots the other day I had to pick it up.

One one side is a dark, matte brown and on the other side is a lighter more shimmery brown. When mixed together they create a nice golden tone and it really brightens up my skin tone. I've been on the search for a natural looking bronzer, and I think I found it. When you first open up the product it has a light pink shimmer on the engraving, however this is gone after the first use and isn't too shimmery afterwards.

I'd previously brought the Body Shop Honey Bronzer in fair and found that it was slightly too light for me to have any effect on my skin tone, I also found it a bit too powdery (If that's even a thing I don't know.) I felt it sat on top of my skin too much and didn't blend as well. This is one of the products I regret buying. I may throw it away to be honest as it's now been replaced.
The offering from Soap and Glory is the opposite. With the darker matte shade a can use it as a slight contour to contour my cheek bones out a bit and add some definition to my little moon face. or I can add a subtle warmth to my skin with the lighter shade, and use it on my temples to add a sun kissed look.

I can see myself using this product daily, along with a nice blush to add some colour to my cheeks, and a little pop of highlighter on my cheekbones, Summer sorted!

Have you tried this bronzer from Soap and Glory? It would seem I have an ever growing collection from their make up range.

The bronzer is £11 from Boots and is currently on 3 for 2 here.


  1. Ooh thats a quite a reasonable price for a bronzer/highlighter duo! :)x


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