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Daniel Sandler Watercolour Customisable Blush Set

Today’s post on the new Daniel Sandler Watercolour Blush Set is going to be short but still sweet as my internet is packing up and it’s taking forever and a day to upload everything. I know some people swear my powder blushes – I’m one of them – but I do like to switch it up  every now and then which makes me open to reviewing products like the Daniel Sandler Watercolour Liquid Blush.

To give you a bit of background information about Daniel Sandler and his liquid blushers; which are really making a name for themselves and what most people associate with the Daniel Sandler makeup range, the new Daniel Sandler Watercolour Customisable Blush Set includes 4 new shades (that cannot be purchased individually) that have been designed to be worn alone or mixed to create your own bespoke shade. Each shade in Watercolour blush shade has been designed to achieve the illusion that you quite simply ‘glow from within’ rather than piling on the makeup.

As I said early there are 4 shades in this liquid blush set:

  • Daniel Sandler Moonglow Watercolour Blush – Sheer Pearlescent White Highlighter
  • Daniel Sandler Sun Glow Watercolour Blush – Warm Golden Bronze Illuminator
  • Daniel Sandler Luxe Watercolour Blush – Delicate Matte Peach
  • Daniel Sandler Pop Watercolour Blush – Medium-toned Matte Pink

And each shade is pretty much what you would expect from the Daniel Sandler makeup line – delicate and understated.Each liquid blush is lightweight and seems like it would be quite blendable if appropriate for your skintone, but I really cannot comment on its performance as the shades in the Daniel Sandler Watercolour Blush Set are dark skin friendly.


Pop was the only colour I could get to show up on my skin and the pigmentation was quite weak – hence why no arm swatch for this post – I would not recommend this set for anyone with medium-to-dark skin but I would recommend looking at the core Watercolour Blush range for shades – like – that are appropriate.


The  Daniel Sandler Watercolour Blush Set cost £49.50 and is available to purchase from the Daniel Sandler Website.

What do you think?

Written by Epiphannie


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