Tag: Daniel Sandler review
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
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
I was hoping to like the new Daniel Sandler’s Invisible Radiance Foundation and Concealer but I don’t just like it – I totally love it!
It is like my dream foundation, I love everything about it. Plus you also get a concealer in a matching colour and that all retails for £28.
It blends into the skin perfectly, feels light and gives a beautiful radiant and rather dewy finish without being greasy or shiny. It doesn’t enhance dry patches which is very important for me as I have dry skin.
I have not tried this foundation on anyone with oily or combination skin but it is amazing on people with dry and normal skin types.
Invisible Radiance Foundation and Concealer looks very natural on the skin and I can’t even tell that I am wearing it, yes, it is that good! It gives a medium coverage but luckily there is also a concealer to cover all the imperfections. I personally would rather use a lighter foundation and then conceal the little problems instead of using a heavy coverage foundation!
I find that concealer that comes with foundation gives a
I already featured the famous Daniel Sandler Watercolours here but I think it’s time to write a full review and swatch all the shades that I have.
Some people commented that they’ve never heard of this brand and of Daniel himself. Daniel Sandler is a British celebrity Make-Up artist and a co-fonder of the Daniel Sandler Cosmetics. To find out more check out the official website. I also recommend you watching some videos with Daniel as he is very talented and charming, a pleasure to watch.
But what about the blushes?
These are probably the most famous Daniel’s products, they even brought him his first beauty award from the Grazia magazine.
First of all I have to say that I’ve wanted to try them for a long time so I was really happy to get three shades to try out. And here are some of my thoughts and, what is really exciting, tips from Daniel himself that he shared with us!
Here are my thoughts:
- I perfectly understand why these are so popular, as they are a pleasure to use, the package is cute and you can see the colour itself. The formula is really nice.
- There is a great variety of shades for everyone, they all are really beautiful.
- The pigmentation is insane! You only need a tiny amount of the product so the bottle will last you forever.
- But my favourite thing about the Watercolours is actually how long-lasting they are. I would even say that these may be the most long-lasting blushes I’ve ever used. These are definitely there by the end of the day.
- Although they stay on so well, it’s not hard to remove them, you won’t have to scrub your face to get them off.
- The price is really reasonable for the quality (£14.50 which is less than $25). You can buy them here with the International shipping.
The shades that I have are: