If you’ve been strolling the beauty aisles at Target and resisted the urge to pick up something from the Soap & Glory line to inspect it because the darling vintage packaging lured you in–don’t resist any longer. Give in. Pick it up and check it out! Soap & Glory was started by Marcia Kilgore, you may not know this but she also started Bliss so it’s got to be good. Let’s get started with reviews of my first experiences with the fun and affordable line!
I am a clean, cool, and fresh fragrance kinda girl. I honestly enjoy smelling like fabric softener and soap on most days, and only in the past few months have I branched out and broadened my perfume horizons with warmer scents and florals. Eau de Soap & Glory Formula 2 introduced me to the warmer side of smelling so fresh and so clean with it’s blend of mandarin, jasmine, freesia, soft musks, vanilla, and bergamot. It’s not overwhelming and dries down to a sweet, soft, and powdery base I find pretty darn fancy and feminine. And at just $28–a total score! The bottle isn’t too shabby itself, I’m loving that little tassle on the cap. A Formula 1 for spring 2010 is also on the way from Soap & Glory, and why aren’t the formula numbers in proper sequence? Because they’re cool like that.