MakeUp4All AUTUMN 2011 Online Beauty Magazine

Regular readers know that I am a big fan of Daniel Sandler blushers, they are so unique with that one-of-a-kind liquid formula. I have written so many times about them, and here is a link to a very detailed review with the tips from Daniel himself. I also wrote about the cream formula, too.

Daniel Sandler Bronze And Glow Watercolour Blushers Review and Swatches 1

I like that Daniel doesn’t bring out tonnes of products but when he does – they are awesome.  This month he added two new shades of the liquid Watercolours and one cream version to his line, and they all are dreamy.

You can choose from Rose Glow ( a pastel pink-peach shimmer) and Golden Glow (warm bronze shimmer); the cream shade is Soft Bronze (a delicate pink-peach hybrid with a twist of a bronze). And they are honestly my favourite shades from Daniel so far, and I have quite a collection at this point.

All three shades give that healthy glowing effect which

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I already posted a detailed review of Daniel Sandler’s Eye Shadow Quad in Scandal at Midnight and today I’d like to tell you about another one which is called Sheer Beauty(£28).

Daniel Sandler Eye Shadow Quad in Sheer Beauty Review and Swatches

And I think it’s a perfect name for this quad as the shades are definitely sheer and the colours are subtle. It is a perfect palette for when you are in the mood for a light and delicate eye makeup and, probably, want your look to be all about that “bright lip”.

The eye shadows glide on effortlessly and blend beautifully, leaving a wash of colour.

I personally love

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I have three Daniel Sandler Sheer Satin Eyeshadows to show you.Two were launched as a part of summer collection and one of them is a part of the Autumn collection.

The shades that I have are: Encounter, Caribbean  and Burnt Sand.

Encounter is a sheer purple with a blue micro shimmer. This shade would look pretty on green eyes.

Caribbean is my personal favourite and it is a sheer aqua blue with very delicate shimmer. I just love the wash of this shade all over the lid with some black eye liner and a lot of mascara.

Burnt Sand is a metallic gold, the most opaque out of three. It is a very festive shade and would look nice paired with

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You probably know that I am huge fan of Daniel Sandler’s Watercolour Blushes and have  already reviewed them several times. In this post you can actually read tips from Daniel himself on how to use these blushes.

I love that Daniel supports Cancer Research charities and brings out products to help raising money for this great cause. Last year it was POP blusher.

And this year Mr Sandler brought out Charm Watercolour to support the Moon and Stars charity which raises funds for the Cancer Research.

Charm is a peachy pink shade with  silver shimmering particles.  Although I do like blushes without shimmer better, this blush looks nice on the face.  I guess Daniel’d intention was to “add some life” to our “late Autumn faces” and it does work without being too shimmery or glittery.

I have already written a very detailed review about the Watercolours the which you can find here.

Watercolour Blush retails for £14.50 but you will also get a  Waterbrush (£15.50), which is

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This  Luxury Matte Lipstick (£13.25 from Feel Unique) is the newest edition to Daniel Sandler’s makeup range. It is a part of his AW 2012 Escape to Hollywood collection.

I have already written about the Lava eye shadow here, so now it’s time for this gorgeous red lipstick which is called Red Carpet.

I am a huge fan of matte lipsticks in general, so was excited about this one.

It applies smoothly, does not drag the skin and looks opaque with just one layer. With two you get an even more intense shades and it lasts for a longer time. This lipstick stays for hours and hours if you put on several thin layers.

Of course, don’t forget to prep your lips before applying Red Carpet, I’d suggest a lip scrub and a balm, as such red colour (and matte finish) demands perfect surface!

I would also recommend a red pencil with it if you are going for a define full-on look. You may also gently dab some product with your fingers for a stain effect. I have tried

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