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Daniel Sandler Watercolour Blush in Icing

13th November 2012 in Uncategorised - 7 Comments - 2 min read


Hey Beauties!

I recently got a new Watercolour Blush by Daniel Sandler, these are an amazing product. This time i got the colour “icing” which is a gorgeous pink highlighter which blends amazing into the skin.

These blushes have such a weird consistency because they are basically a liquid blush which to me is quite weird but I think they are one of the best products for creating a natural blush without creating that “I look like a clown” look.
I love the packaging its quite artistic as The Sunday Girl said and i totally agree its kind of like something a makeup artist could carry about it reminds me off Airbrush makeup to be honest, its true what they say good things come in small packages

These blushes are really pigmented though the fact they are liquid means nothing on pigment, personally I like the fact you can use a tiny bit for a little blush or build up on what you’ve already put down. These are water resistant and they wont rub off either because I find that they stain so its more of a stain than an normal blush which is great because blush fades but this doesn’t not until you take it off at the end of the day

As you can see above I had to take a picture with flash just to show you, this is a heavy application this was just to show what it looked like. I really love this because it gives such a dewy/natural glow to the skin which just brightens everything up it looks perfect on the tops of the cheek bones and down the nose and above the cupids bow to accentuate the lips. Usually to apply this blush you could use your fingers and blend it as you would a cream blush or you could use the “Waterbrush” which was specially made for this blush Check out my review of this here

The Daniel Sandler Watercolour Blush’s are available from Danielsandler.com and http://www.escentual.com/daniel-sandler/
Have you used these before?
What do you think of the liquid formula?
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Andrew James

Scottish science nerd obsessed with all things beauty! Creator of The Skincare Saviour, a skincare blog covering everything from reviews, tutorials to busting myths, finding dupes and breaking down trends.

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