Review: Daniel Sandler Watercolour Blush in Pop.

I’ve been wishing for a Daniel Sandler Watercolour Blush for so long, so when I was sent one to review, a Limited Edition one might I add, I was so excited!
This shade, Pop, was created especially to raise funds for Macmillan Cancer Support. It’s a bright coral pink, which is usually the kind of shade I go for, and has a lovely glittery sheen through it.
Although I go through stages of cream blushers, my absolutely huge blush collection is mainly made up of powders. I was a bit wary of how to use this at first, but found that it was best applied using my fingers. I tried to show that it’s really quite a thin liquid, I apply it to my hand as shown and use that as a palette so I can take a small amount to apply. I use two fingers to pat it on to the apples of my cheeks and gently blend.

It looks like it will be really bright and hard to use but I think as long as you just do one layer (or two if you need more), it will turn out really well. I sometimes use a brush, like this ELF Angled Blush Brush, to blend it in more but really I don’t think this is necessary. I’m surprised at how natural it looks, it blends really well and creates such a soft flush.

It sets to become non-transferable, which means it lasts all day long. You really only need a pea sized amount, so although I was surprised at how small the bottle is (I’m really not sure what I was expecting), I’m sure this will last me forever.

Overall, this product has really lived up to my expectations. It costs £14.50, and you can buy it on the website. I actually think this is a pretty reasonable price, considering I usually spend more than this for a powder blush.

As I already mentioned, Pop is a limited edition shade, but you can buy many other shades here, with 10% going to Breast Cancer Care.

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  • I’ve been eyeling these watercolour blushes for quite some time now, they all look so pretty! It’s also a unique product, I haven’t seen anything like it before and looks like an underrated product. Can’t wait to get my hands on one of these!

  • It looks really nice on, such a lovely colour. Might get one for myself ! x

  • I really like this, the colour is perfect on you! X

  • This looks lovely on you! x

  • ooooh this looks really interesting!! the effects lush too xx

  • I love that colour and it’s great that some of the money goes towards Macmillan

  • That is so nice, I need to try some more liquid blushes

  • not a fan of blushes, but this one is an exception this looks beautiful! xx

  • Oh, that color is pretty! Looks gorgeous on you! x

  • It looks so pretty on you! I like that it’s non-transferable and lasts all day! Must check these out x

  • I’ve tried a few of the different colours by ordering sample sizes and really liked them. Haven’t bought a full size yet though. This colour looks nice 🙂 xx

  • It looks lovely on you, I’ve just started using Benefits cha cha tint which you apply the same way, I was really surprised at how long it lasts, I think liquid blushers are the way forward! x

  • L

    Would love to give this ago, the end result looks amazing!
    L x

  • It looks so pretty on you!

  • This colour looks really nice on you x

  • Ooo gorgeous ! Looks like it blends quite nicely !
    I’ve a question.. I tried contacting you about your blogsale from a while back, and I e-mailed you. my e-mail’s could you please get back to me =/ ?

  • I love that blush! Tempted to order! x

  • This looks gorgeous on you and your skin looks amazing and so healthy xx

  • this is a really great review for the product! I’ve been wanting to get this for ages and it’s deff on my things to purchase list now! x ps: it looks lovely on you! x

  • I recently purchased one of these in Cherub and it has fast become my go to blush. Looks scary in the bottle but so easy to use and you could say fail safe