Daniel Sandler Watercolour Blush - Spicey.....

So last week I ordered a Daniel Sandler Watercolour Blush and today I have tested it out! 

I have wanted to try one of these for soooooo long after seeing lots of brilliant reviews online, but I am not a huge fan of cream blushes and thought this would be similar with it being in a liquid form not powder.

I chose shade Spicey (yes, spelt that way) and I paid £13.00 for it from Very.co.uk, it is a gorgeous warm shade which I think will look amazing in the summer it has a slight sheen to it with golden undertones.

The bottle holds 15ml of product which doesn't sound a lot but oh my goodness a little goes a LONG WAY! 

I tipped the bottle onto the back of my hand and a perfect blob fell out (warning - do not squeeze the bottle, you will make a big mess), using my ring fingers I dabbed it onto my cheekbones and blended it in, I found using my Real Technique Stippling Brush helped to finish it off.

As you can see from the pictures above, that one small blob covers the back of my hand so you really don't need a lot of product per use. 

The product is really easy to blend, and leaves a beautiful soft sheen on the skin without staying wet. I found I didn't need to use a highlighter which I usually do along with my blusher.

I love this blush, I didn't think I would like it at all but just felt the need to try it but I am so so glad I did! I will definitely be picking up a few more shades!

Have you tried a Daniel Sandler Watercolour blush?




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