Daniel Sandler Watercolour Liquid Blush*

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I’m not sure if it’s just me, but I feel like we’re hurtling into summer, so I’ve been in a bit of a mad dash to find products to update my beauty bag in time for early summer. I’ve been in the mood to add a little bit of subtle colour into my regime to lighten everything up, and I don’t think that you can get prettier than Daniel Sandler’s Watercolour Liquid Blush.

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Packaged more like a paint or pigment, using the blush couldn’t be easier. Just shake the bottle vigourously, dot a little of the formula on to the apples of my cheeks and blend. What’s magical about this blush is the formula. Unlike most of its powdery competitors, Daniel Sandler’s offering never looks heavy or cakey. You can make it as subtle or as noticeable as you like, and it never feels sticky or greasy.

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I have Rose Glow which is a stunning warm tone shot through with gold microshimmer. It’s my secret weapon for mornings when I’m feeling a bit ‘blah’ as it really perks up my makeup. After applying my foundation and shaking the bottle, I dot a little of the formula on my apples and cheekbones and then blend with a Beauty Blender.

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I usually keep it super sheer and subtle, but if you’ve got a deeper skintone than me, or if you’re looking to acheive a stronger look, just dot a little more on and blend again. The colour lasts all day without smudging or drying out. It also give skin a fabulous radiance, which means you don’t even need to bother with a highlight!

Daniel Sandler Watercolor Blush is priced at £15.50 and is available here

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