I think most can agree that whilst Daniel Sandler has a fantastic range of makeup, his standout product that he’s most known for (and that many will come to know him for) is his gorgeous Watercolour Liquid Blush, which is a really interesting product that kind of reminds of me when you’re painting and you start washing your brush, just as the colour leaves the brush itself, it takes on that watery but still highly pigmented look, which is very similar to the sort of formula you get with the DS Watercolours…I probably haven’t described that particularly well, but hopefully it gives you an idea!
The range of Daniel Sandler Watercolour Liquid Blushes are impressive and gorgeous, with a large focus on the prettiest of pinks and peaches that are wearable and wonderfully flattering. The Daniel Sandler Watercolour Customisable Colour Set for Cheeks has been put together to give you full control of the sort of skin finish you get, thanks to the inclusion of two matte blush shades in Luxe (peach) and Pop (pink) as well as a highlighter shade in Moonglow and a bronzer shade in Sun Glow; the latter two have a pearlescent shimmer that translates to a glow rather than a sparkle.
The Daniel Sandler Watercolour Customisable Colour Set for Cheeks allows you to create your perfect cheek, especially since the watery formula of the Watercolour Liquid Blushes works is perfect for blending and melding to become something new. So, for example, you could mix the two blusher shades to create a new colour, add bronze to either shade to add a bit more warmth and glow, or do what I did, which was add one drop of Moonglow to Pop to add a little bit of light and glow for days when I’m going for the most flattering finish with the least effort! You really can mix and match as much as you like, and if you have any other Watercolour shades, you can get them in on the mix too.
The Waterbrush is a brush designed to be used alongside the Watercolours as it allows you to blend and sculpt cheeks whilst slowly building colour. It’s a brush that many swear by, but to be honest, this is one of the very rare occasions where I prefer using my fingers as I think the Watercolours blend so well with skin that it’s easier to work them into your cheeks with your fingers. I know many hate the idea of using their fingers for any element of makeup application though, so the brush is definitely your friend if that’s the case, it’s £15.50 here – link – and the Daniel Sandler Watercolour Customisable Colour Set for Cheeks is £49.50 here – link.