Thursday, 9 February 2012

Daniel Sandler Watercolour Blush in Pop

Daniel Sandler Watercolour Blush Pop

I picked this up with the Escentuals voucher I got from BuyaPowa. I've been wanting to try a Watercolour Blush for ages, so I had to get one! I chose the shade Pop which is a limited edition and a percentage goes to Macmillan Cancer Support.

Watercolour Blushes come in a dropper bottle and they need to be shaken before used, you get 15ml of product and as you only need a tiny dot a bottle will probably last forever!

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Pop is a beautiful Watermelon pink that leaves gorgeous flush on the cheeks. It’s quite a warm pink and I can see it working on a lot of skin tones. I’ve worn this everyday since I’ve bought it, it really perks up my complexions when my skin (and myself!) is looking tired.

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I’m so in love with this product, and if your thinking about trying a Watercolour Blush, or any other Daniel Sandler product this shade would make a great starting point.

The formula last really well, I have tried another liquid blush (an Inglot one) that didn’t last quite a long as this, but I feel I can put this on in the morning and be sure it’s still going to be there at the end of the day. It also works very well as a base for powder blushes, this method works well for me with shimmer blushes, as much as I like shimmer I don’t like too much so a light dusting on top of this works really well.

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I also picked up the Water Brush as it was reduced to a fiver (!) and I use it to blend it out after I have applied it with my fingers and it gives a really natural flush, and leaves you looking healthy. As you can tell I’m a little in love with this blush, and am tempted by a lot of the other shades already!

On a side note I can’t recommend Escentuals Service enough, I made my order at 4.00pm and it had been dispatched a couple of hours later and I received it the next day! This wasn’t the next day delivery service either, this was the free delivery! Amazing service!

Daniel Sandler Watercolour Blushes cost £14.50 and are available from www.escentual.com/

4 comments:

  1. I've spotted these before but was wary of purchasing as I'd heard nothing about them - looks and sounds really good though! I like the idea of a liquid blush.

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  2. This looks fab, I'm a bit scared to try it myself, not a major blush user as I'm rubbish at applying it most days! Looks really pigmented - would love to see how it looks on too!
    Jo
    http://boldnbella.blogspot.com/

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  3. so tempted to pick one of these up, was looking at other swatches of the watercolour blushes, but i think this is my fav :) x

    http://wewereraisedbywolves.blogspot.com/

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  4. I love Daniel Sandler Makeup especially the blush! I got mine from Hairtrade as it seems to be the cheapest place at the moment.

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