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I know that there are tonnes and tonnes of nude palettes around at the moment, and that’s not even counting Naked 567 (!) but the Soap & Glory Perfect Ten Palette is definitely worth a shout out because it is brilliant quality, a perfect bronzey-nude edit (think Naked3) and also really good value for money. I love it – nude overload or no nude overload. It’s simply a winner.
I have enjoyed quite a few of Soap & Glory’s different makeup products – I really like the CC Cream, and also the Lip Lacqers and have recently started experimenting with the brow pencil, Archery, which I am definitely liking.
I’d never tried any eyeshadows but I had high hopes for Soap & Glory Perfect Ten and they have been 100% justified.
Soap & Glory Perfect Ten Shades
So as the name may suggest, there are Ten shades, which Soap & Glory term ‘Lid Stuff’ and I can safely say that they are all densely pigmented, super smooth and very blendable.
- Pink T
- Gold Coast
- Taupe Cat
- Black Gold
I think it’s such a beautiful range of shades and anyone what likes their bronzey/gold shimmers, with a few good solid mattes thrown in, then they really are going to love this.
Soap & Glory Perfect Ten Swatches
Aren’t they stunning? I literally cannot get enough of Brownie.
If you ever had thought about buying Naked3 but couldn’t justify the price tag, then you really shouldn’t miss out on this one. The only thing I don’t really love is the cardboard packaging as I just like something a little more luxe, but I really can’t complain for the excellent price tag of £16.
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