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Soap & Glory Sexy mother pucker gloss stick - Pink punch

When wandering around the makeup displays in Boots I came across the new Sexy mother pucker gloss sticks on the Soap & Glory stand. I've seen very little about them online but the dinky little tubes appealed to me and as they're just £3.50 each I decided to try one.

Soap & Glory Sexy mother pucker gloss stick - Pink punch
Soap & Glory Sexy mother pucker gloss stick - Pink punch
Soap & Glory Sexy mother pucker gloss stick - Pink punch

Soap & Glory is a pretty reasonably priced brand but if you wind the gloss stick all the way up you'll see there isn't an awful lot of product in there (it's wound all the way up on the second picture) so this might explain the £3.50 price tag. As I've already mentioned the packaging is quite dinky and although you can't see it very well the lid features the words Soap & Glory and the logo running around the lid. A good thing about the packaging is the colour matches the shade inside, so even from deep down in the bottom of your makeup bag you can see at a glance the shade your reaching for. There are five shades available which include Nudist, Pinkaboo, Technicoral, Pink punch and Purple rain.

I wasn't a fan of the Sexy mother pucker glosses because of the 'tingle' and also because I found them very sticky and in general I'm just not really a huge gloss fan. I'm pleased to report that this doesn't have any kind of plumping effect so there's no tingle to deal with. I assumed this would be similar to something like Clinique's Chubby sticks and would provide a subtle wash of colour, so I was really surprised to discover just how much pigmentation this provides. As the name suggests this also has a glossy finish.

It has a buttery texture that melts onto the lips and is very comfortable to wear. Due to the glossy appearance it's not the longest lasting lip product but it doesn't do too bad and it's really easy to reapply, although you might want to use a mirror due to how pigmented it is. Pink punch is probably the perfect name for this shade, a pinky red (a little more red than it appears above) that does remind me of a fruity punch.

When I bought this they were on buy one get one half price (although I only bought one) which I thought was a pretty good offer but I'm afraid this has finished now. You can however currently get three for two on Soap & Glory makeup in Boots so if you're picking up a couple of more expensive products you could try one of these for free.

Will you be trying a Sexy mother pucker gloss stick?

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8 comments:

  1. Ahh the amount of product definitely explains why they are so cheap! I've had one of these in my Boots basket for ages!


    Stephanie xxx
    https://www.bloglovin.com/blogs/hope-freedom-love-3436251

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    1. Yep, there's not an awful lot in there! x

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  2. I really want to buy a couple of these to stick in my makeup for days when I'm at work. They look perfect for quick and easy makeup days. x

    Jordan Alice

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    1. They are very good for if you don't want to go for a full lipstick look. Pink punch may be a little too pigmented but I've heard some of the other shades are a bit more subtle x

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  3. Would love to try a more neutral shade in these to see what it's like!

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  4. I'm not a big fan of the stickiness of lip glosses either so this sounds lovely, the pigmentation looks fab for the price!

    Toni x
    www.clarkecouture.co.uk

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    1. I hate your lips sticking together and hair sticking to your lips! I was really surprised by how pigmented this was, I was expecting a subtle hint of colour x

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