Monday, 19 June 2017

Daniel Sandler Watercolour Blush

Daniel Sandler Watercolour Blush
Daniel Sandler Watercolour Blush 

Hi My Hot Sunny Darlins

As you can probably tell this weather has me as happy as a seagull with a chip !
that said, it is a make up killer !  applying the stuff in heat is a nightmare, trying to get it to last more than 5 minutes is a total pain and I think finding your "Summer face " is actually quite a skill, which brings me to Daniel Sandler Watercolour Liquid Blush.  I have seen this product replicated by many companies but none seem to have got it down to perfection, often too thick or with to much glitter, nice enough but not good enough to beat the number one !

For me this is the number one, and especially so in this weather, the older I get the more I melt, I am not one of those beautiful continental women that still manage to look cool calm and collected in sweltering heat, nope I am the typical melting British Woman that struggles with looking decent in the heat while loving it at the same time, forget glamorous, decent is probably the best I will achieve in 30 degrees :)  Watercolour Blush is sheer liquid perfection that you simply shake and apply in tiny amounts to achieve the most natural "flush" of colour to your cheeks, if you are not a skilled make up artist, don't even worry, this is the easiest product you will ever apply it adds more of a candlelight glow than glitter because who ever had glittery cheeks ? and if, like me you are mature, I use that word tongue in cheek as grown up definitely out of the window for most of us !  the whole Daniel Sandler range is worth investigating I have found it to be exceptional quality that somehow works especially well for "Mature" faces.

Daniel Sandler Watercolour Blush
Rose Glow

I have written about a couple of Daniel Sandler products previously which you can read here if you wish.  As always I urge to you to seek out Daniel on social media and YouTube, he is a marvel at producing tutorials that are easy to follow, and personally spends time online which is lovely as it makes it a personal brand that you can actually ask questions directly and get direct answers, now there are not many, if any companies that can give you that level of care, while staying bang up to date the company also provide what I would call old fashioned service which is something 99% of brands lack nowadays.

Daniel Sandler Watercolour Blush

I have shown here two examples of the Watercolour Blush in Cherub and Rose Glow which a new pastel pink-peach shimmer whilst these look very very similar shades in the packaging they are both completely different, when looking at the shade range ( there are 15 shades ) you may feel that they all look quite similar but trust me they aren't and the beauty is that you can buy sample shades to try out for a couple of pounds, which to me always shows confidence in a product.

Stay with me as I hope to bring you more Daniel Sandler products in the future.

Check out the shade range Here Daniel Sandler 

Lyn 💋

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