Soap and Glory Wonderbronze Highlight and Sculpt Cheek Stick Review / Swatches
I’ve always been an huge fan of the Soap and Glory makeup range, with their One Heck of a Blot Powder being my all time favourite setting powder, so I was excited when I heard that they were launching lots of new products into their makeup range. I have a few of the new products ahead of their launch, and one of the new products is the Soap and Glory Wonderbronze Highlight and Sculpt Cheek Stick which will be one of three chunky, twist up stick products alongside a Glow All Out Highlighter Stick and a Love At First Blush Stick too which will all retail for £8.
The Soap and Glory Wonderbronze Highlight and Sculpt Cheek Stick is a chunky stick which reminds me of the NARS Multiples. There is just one shade available in the bronzing shade which is Sundaze, and the stick contains 14.4 grams of product. The base of the stick can be twisted to twist the stick up and down but the lid is quite loose so I wouldn’t carry it in my makeup bag incase the lid came off and caused carnage.
The Cheek Stick contains illuminating radiance pearly for a sunkissed look and can be applied directly to the face or applied to the fingers or a brush and then blend. There’s no mention on the packaging about it being suitable for the body but I definitely think it’s a multi use product, and would look really pretty on the decolletage and arms.
Soap and Glory Wonderbronze Highlight and Sculpt Cheek Stick in Sundaze is quite a dark, shimmery bronze shade which is a little too dark for my very pale skin but it truly is a beautiful shade. Sadly, I can’t make the shade work for my skintone but I imagine it’d look amazing on those with light through to deeper skintones as it contains gorgeous golden shimmer which leaves the skin looking sunkissed.
Makeup Revolution did their own version of the NARS Multiple’s and in all honesty, they weren’t great as they were greasy and difficult to blend, but the Soap and Glory Wonderbronze Highlight and Sculpt Cheek Stick is a dream to both apply and blend and it’s creamy, but not at all greasy. I am dying to get my hands on the Glow All Out Highlight and Sculpt Cheek Stick once it launches as I love the powder version, and the formula of the Wonderbronze stick.
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