The Daniel Sandler Watercolour Fluid Blushers have a bit of a cult following due to their ease of use and extremely flattering finish. To the uninitiated, these liquid blushers are an extremely thin, oil-free, tinted liquid that are packed full of pigment. You apply by taking a single drop (that’s seriously all you need!) and blending into the cheeks which will leave you with a dewy flush of colour. It’s one of the easiest ways to lift your complexion and bring your face to life, so it’s ideal for 5 minute faces. I always prefer to use a brush if I can as I prefer the finish (there is actually a specially designed Waterbrush here – link) but you can do a great job with fingers too.
Joy is the newest shade in the Watercolour family and it’s a very special one for several reasons. Firstly, it’s a charity edition, so for every one sold, £5 goes to Macmillan Cancer Support, secondly there are only 300 units of this shade available so it’s extremely limited edition, but lastly, and arguably most importantly, it’s an absolutely gorgeous shade of pink!
I have several of the Watercolour shades but this is definitely by favourite by far. Joy is a gorgeous, mid pink that gives skin a very natural flush whilst still being pink enough to be pretty rather than too nude. It’s amazing how just one drop completely lifted my complexion so it’s safe to say this is going to get a lot of use from me as I think it really works against my skin tone.
I’ve also applied it on my lips and again it works really well as a pretty, soft and feminine pink that adds just enough colour without being too bright or in your face – it’s pretty close to my perfect pink so I hope something similar gets added to the permanent line! As I said, there are only 300 of these available so if you want one then you’ll need to act fast, and if you need any justification then don’t forget £5 is going to charity on your behalf when you buy it, so it’s a winner all round! The Daniel Sandler Watercolour Fluid Blusher in Joy is available now from here – link.