Friday, 18 July 2014

Soap and Glory One Heck Of A Blot: Review...







  I find it hard to find a powder that doesn't leave my make-up looking orange and/or cakey, wherever I can I will opt for the lightest shade from a brand or if they have one, a translucent powder. Soap and Glory's One Heck of a Blot is a 'super-translucent mattifying powder' which 'offers world-class shine control and oil-absorption, is ultra-light and gives a traceless, smooth, velvety finish.' 

I bought this powder around two months ago after I noticed my t-zone becoming increasingly oily and my make-up quickly sliding off of my face during the day. I was hoping that this promising offering from Soap and Glory would do the trick, an empty case later and I can gladly say this product is everything it promises to be! The best quality for me is that this powder adds no colour to your face, allowing you to be tango-free, providing your foundation isn't orange, therefore offering a one-colour-fits-all product. The powder is a silky smooth consistency, gliding over the face with ease and without disrupting your base too much. There is a powder puff with the product, if that's what it's called? however I like to apply this to my t-zone with a brush, leaving the powder puff for touch ups during the day. The powder has fantastic lasting power, keeping shine at bay and your make-up in place throughout the day.

I love the packaging, which features Soap and Glory's typical retro design, the case is also very sturdy meaning it's safe left in your bag in case you need a touch up during the day, but don't hold me to that.

I would highly recommend this product and will most definitely repurchase! 
Have you tried One Heck Of A Blot?

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