Hello folks! So glad the weekend is here! One of my closest friends is getting married this weekend and I’m so excited! Major wardrobe and makeup decisions to be made but I think I’ll get through it… Just need a quick opinion, how do you feel about a black and gold anarkali for a wedding?
Anyway, I’ll try to not digress in the course of this review. I have a very peculiar blush in my possession. Daniel Sandler Watercolour Fluid Blusher in Flush. “Watercolour” made my eyes light up when I first saw this. The colour Flush is a deep rosy pink, but appears a bit lighter on my cheeks.
The water like consistency is very different from anything that I’ve tried before and it’s very easy to work with. You barely need a drop and you get amazing pigmentation which is very easy to blend. I generally just place a drop on the back of my hand first and lightly place a dot on my cheeks. Using my Real Techniques Blush brush, it’s very easy to blend and sheer it out. Also, don’t use too much because it is very pigmented and you don’t want to end up with clown cheeks.
The nozzle like packaging is very effective in distributing the right amount. Just be sure to shake it up before using. Although I haven’t had any incidents, I don’t feel safe travelling with this since it’s all plastic and the bottle is a bit squishy.
On the cheeks it looks very natural and feels like a part of your skin. It’s dewy and has a bit of sheen but doesn’t go into oily territory. You can mattify it by going over it with powder if you prefer otherwise. I don’t feel like it emphasizes my dry patches when I do have them but certainly it won’t make them vanish so it’s best to use it over a moisturizer or a base.
It also lasts for absolutely ages (around 7 hours )and doesn’t disintegrate or become patchy. With 15ml of product and the amount actually required being so little, I honestly don’t think I’m going to ever finish this one. That makes the £15 price seem more reasonable!
I also like the colour range for these, a lot of muted colours along with a few brights. Cherub and Gentle are two other shades I was considering. This also supposedly has a rose scent but I didn’t really pick up on it. Another thing that I noticed when I was taking the pictures, this is actually manufactured by Kryolan in Germany.
This isn’t readily available in India but you can find it easily on a lot of websites. (Links below)
Image Above : One drop on the left, blended on the right
Name: Watercolour Fluid Blusher
Brand : Daniel Sandler
Shade : Flush
Product Amount : 15ml
Coverage : Medium
Consistency : Like water!
Finish and Texture : Finish is natural, very slightly powdery
Durability : 6-7 hours
Shelf Life : 6 months
Price : £15 ~ Rs. 1500
Overall : 4/5
Have you tried anything from Daniel Sandler before?