On the same day that the Real Techniques brush washing palette arrived, so did the Lottie London Soap Star solid brush cleanser. Serendipity, right there! So, I got the chance to test both out.
I prefer a solid cleanser, and have used plenty of them, so the first thing I noticed is that the block of soap doesn’t go right to the edges of the pot. I’ve never come across this before – my other solid cleansers are soft enough that they do fill the whole pot. It’s also not as easy to lather up as say, Clean (£11.95 HERE) but it’s much cheaper. So, I didn’t have a problem getting it to lather with warm water, and it did a perfectly good cleaning job. My tip is to use a clean brush to transfer some of the ‘lather’ to the cleansing palette so that you don’t end up with make up all over the solid.
You can find the Lottie London Soap Star for £6.99 HERE.
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