Review: Soap & Glory Sexy Mother Pucker lip gloss minis

I was lucky enough to be gifted the Soap & Glory Sexy Mother Pucker lip gloss minis set for Christmas and, as I have been wearing these practically daily since, I thought I better share my love of these with you.

Soap & GloryThe set includes five of the ten shades, bare enough – an everyday nude and the only none shimmery gloss in the collection; sugar cane – an almost translucent ballet pump pink; candy queen – a pinker hue with a very subtle cerise and blue shimmer; nudestar – a warmer nude on the bronze side, which will be gorgeous with a bit of a tan; and plumsup – a rich and warm deep plum with pink.

Soap & Glory Lip Gloss Swatches
Soap & Glory Lip Gloss Swatches

This is such a good range of colours for every day and evening wear, they are versatile in that they look great on their own or applied on top of lippy. The colour is buildable and all give off a lovely glint on the lips, making them look nourished and kissable.

All five have the signature Soap & Glory scent, which I would describe as burnt caramel. As part of the Sexy Mother Pucker range, they do tingle on application as the formula contains lip plumping technology to instantly give the impression of plumped up lips and a full smile.

The packaging shows the product, which I always find helpful. They each contain 4ml (usual size is 7ml) and despite having used these daily they’re still going strong now that we’re in April and the mini size is perfect for throwing in my handbag; I’m pretty sure I have one on my desk and in the car at all times too.

I’m not sure if you’re still able to get the set but you can buy each individually from Boots for £9.00 each.

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