Review: Daniel Sandler Watercolour Blushes


I first brought these blushes a couple of months ago for £15.50 each  because I was intrigued by the concept of them being watercolour blushes.

They were quite pigmented and I only needed to use the tiniest amount and it created a nice dewy finish. The product itself comes in a small squeezy bottle so it was easy to control the amount that came out.

However, for the purposes of this review I wanted to provide swatches for you guys to see how it looks. Unfortunately, the water had separated from the colour which means that they don’t last as long as the  normal powder blushes.

Overall, I probably would like to stick to my normal powder blushes because I find them easier to use and they last longer.

Have you tried the Daniel Sandler Watercolour Blushes?



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