Daniel Sandler Watercolour blushes


I never used any kind of blusher for years, however as I have got older, a little bit of color in my pastie face seems to be must. I was and still am a massive fan of Benefits Benetint. I love the way it just gives you that natural flush without being over the top. Nobody wants to look like they are auditioning for the circus after all!

Another great love of mine is Dior Rosy Glow, but I will save that for another post!

When I saw a post about the Daniel Sandler watercolor collection, my interest peeked. I love water based products! I think you will too when you read this post the lovely Essie wrote.  This is how easy they are to apply!



Don't let the brightness of these swatches scare you! These just give you a better idea of the color. When you actually apply you use a teeny tiny amount!

STEP ONE: Shake it up, baby! 

This is a fluid, watery blush. It basically feels like water so make sure you give it a nice shake so all of the pigment is mixed in there.

STEP TWO: Dot of colour

The beauty of these blushes is that you don’t need to use a lot of product. Daniel suggests using a single dot of colour (watch his video here for tips) applied to a brush or your fingertips.



Doesn’t matter how you’re applying the blush, but make sure you blend. I like to apply this to my cheeks just after using liquid foundation/tinted moisturizer etc. Don’t try to do this on top of powder.

Besides being super fast to apply these give the most gorgeous finish. They look so fresh and natural on the cheeks because they let your skin shine through. Because of their consistency, the are the complete opposite of dull and they just basically make your cheeks look divine. I have two bright shades called Acid (hot pink) and Trip (Tangerine) which are a lot more wearable than you might think! These blushes are build-able so you can choose how bold you want to go.