I purchased the Soap & Glory Love at First Blush a while back as part of my Ulta Haul because I wanted to try more products from Soap & Glory especially since they are not available in Denmark.
The blush includes these 3 shades that can be combined to create 1 shade:
- Pearl: white with a mostly matte finish
- Pop: peach with a shimmer finish
- Pink: rose with a shimmer finish
When combined, the shades creates a light peachy rose shade.As I mentioned above, the 3 shades can be used separately or together. However, it is difficult to use the shades separately because each slice is so small which leads to the shades mixing in the pan and on the brushes. Despite not being able to use the shades separately, they do have good pigment with practically no fallout. With a blush brush, the blush applies smoothly, blends easily, and the combined shades give my cheeks a natural rosy glow. The blush is also buildable, but when I use more than 1 layer, the blush adds a ton of shimmer to the cheeks, and I do not like overly shimmery blushes. However, when I use only 1 layer, the blush is perfect and adds just the right amount of shimmer for me. The blush also lasts all day with minimal fading. I love the compact the blush comes in because it includes a full-sized mirror, which is convenient for when applying the blush. The price of the blush is reasonable because the pan size is fairly large and the blush performs well. The blush comes in 2 other shade varieties including Peach Party (which can also be used as a highlighter) and Wonderbronze (which can also be used as a bronzer). I am definitely interested in purchasing Peach Party, but I am not a fan of the brown shades in Wonderbronze.
Overall, the Soap & Glory Love at First Blush is a great blush with long-lasting pigment, but it is difficult to use the shades separately.
$15 at Ulta