MakeUp4All AUTUMN 2011 Online Beauty Magazine

Daniel Sandler High Impact Lipstick Review and Lip Swatches

I want to tell you about the lipsticks which I’ve been loving a lot lately – High Impact lipsticks by Daniel Sandler.

First of all I have to say that I like the simple and elegant design which reminds me of Hourglass Cosmetics. I also like that the lipsticks are slim, I’ve always loved slim lip products. This is how the package looks like.

I was given two shades to try out and I really like both of them, the shades that I have are called Azalea and Fresh.

Here is how they look like swatched

The lipstick glides on easily and gives an opaque and shiny finish. I don’t find this lipstick drying and I am also happy with the staying power. The  formula contains moisturising Jojoba Oil which “offers colour saturation with an ultra-shiny finish.”

I absolutely love Azalea and it is totally my kind of colour and I was wearing it a lot lately, in fact several women asked me about the shade when I was wearing it and now they are determined to get it for themselves. Fresh is also lovely but I will wear it more often when my skin gets some suntan in summer.

This is how the lipstick looks like when you apply it straight from the tube without brush or lip pencil.

You can get yours here for £12.80  they ship International.

6 Responses to “Daniel Sandler High Impact Lipstick Review and Lip Swatches”
  1. Trina J says:

    I hadn’t heard of this line before, but this lipstick looks really silky. Both shades look great on you too!

  2. nicoletta says:

    These look amazing so shiny and fresh looking x

  3. Rocaille says:

    They look lovely on you, so moist and plump! The coral shade is beautiful. x

  4. Marina says:

    Thank you for the comments, these are lovely indeed! x

  5. gio says:

    I had never heard of this brand before but the colors are gorgeous, especially Azalea.

  6. These are just beautiful – great swatches and they both look lovely on your lips. I’m guessing Azalea is the pink shade?

    Lovely blog btw – now following 🙂

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