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Soap & Glory Comes to Sephora

It was such a bummer when Soap & Glory stopped being sold at Target. The line is not only affordable, but effective (it was started by the founder of Bliss Spa), and the packaging/names of the products are killer. Admittedly, mostly because of the name, my favorite product in the line is the Sexy Mother Pucker gloss ($15). About two years ago I got my friend a five-pack after she broke up with her boyfriend and let me tell you it’s one of the best things you can give a girl when she needs some cheering-up! Mid last month the entire Soap & Glory range hit Sephora stores and online…yay! It’s the first time the full range of products is available in the U.S. and I was glad to see that it remains an affordable and cheeky line despite the change in retailer.

The last product I would have thought to try from the line would be the floral mist – how could a floral mist smell anything, but cheap I thought? Let me tell you, if you’re the kind of person who likes to spritz your body with something fragrant in the morning, get your hands on Mist You Madly ($18). The fragrance takes a few seconds to develop so spray it two-three times and wait a few seconds. It honestly smells fantastic – like fresh flowers, but not in a “grandma way,” rather in an invigoratingly refreshing way. It layers well too. I’ve been wearing it with Cartier Baiser Vole and they work great together.

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