Daniel Sandler Watercolour Liquid Blush – Beauty Edit Approved and a Make-Up Kit #MustHave
Available in a choice of 15 shades, Watercolour Liquid Blush is the hero product from celebrity make-up artist Daniel Sandler’s award winning range. Often imitated but never equaled, this silicone based liquid blush is enriched with Vitamin E and Jojoba Oil that makes for a beautiful application.
Since first purchasing this product over 7 years ago, it literally has not left my make-up kit. There is a shade to suit all skin tones that will work to give a long lasting, subtle yet build-able glow or flush of colour. A must have in pro kits and make-up bags alike, it is such a versatile product that can be blended to create custom shades, while also offering excellent value for money as a bottle lasts forever. I have three different shades on the go, my favourite being the cult classic ‘Cherub’, closely followed by ‘Rose Glow’ and ‘Icing’, which I use as a highlighter along my cheekbones.
Thanks to it’s water-resistant credentials once applied Daniel Sandler Watercolour Liquid Blush does – not – budge. The formulation allows you just enough time to blend in seamlessly and then it stays put, making it a great for oilier skins and brides looking for picture perfect application. It is also a great choice for a ‘no make-up, make-up’ look on sunny days.
- Shake, shake and shake again – give this little bottle a good shake to ensure pigment and oils combine, as they do tend to separate
- A little goes a long way – only apply a tiny drop to the back of your hand, you really don’t need much product and can always apply more
- Use your fingers – some people like applying this with a brush, I think (clean) fingertips are the perfect tool as they help blend the product beautifully in a way brushes just don’t manage.
- One possible downside I have found with this product is that they last for ages, which obviously is a positive – but with every product having a shelf life I am torn as to whether I should bin some of the blushes I have in my collection for a number of years. They are packaged in dropper bottles which means they are not as exposed to air, bacteria and contamination as other blushes are – so I have yet to part with them.
£16.50 / 15ml
Where to Buy Watercolour Liquid Blush
Daniel Sandler Cosmetics can be purchased in a number of online beauty retailers, departments stores and select salons and spas around Europe.
If you are a UK based professional make-up artist you can avail of a 20% discount (after registration and proof of qualifications) via the brand site here.
Below is a list of of where you can buy Daniel Sandler Watercolour Blush right now: