Tag: Daniel Sandler
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 really love finding out what websites/blogs other people genuinely love so I though I would share my favourites, too.
You can see the first part here. And just like in the first part I will mention a Make-Up Artist, a beauty blog and a lifestyle blog that I love.
Make-Up Artist that I really like is Daniel Sandler and I am sure that regular readers won’t be surprised. Daniel is a top MUA who is in the industry for almost 25 years, he has worked with a lot of celebrities and the most famous glossy magazines. There is also a Daniel Sandler beauty brand.
Besides being a real Pro, Daniel is also a very lovely and friendly person and it is always a pleasure to chat with him on Twitter. Make sure that you follow him as he always tweets amazing tips. Also make sure that you check out the videos on his website, I couldn’t stop until I’ve watched all of them, very inspiring.
I simply adore LLG. You can definitely see that Sasha is a talented writer as her writing style is amazing. LLG started as a blog for Sasha’s friends and family when she moved from London to NYC. Although there are a lot of fashion posts this is mostly a lifestyle blog.
I personally really love
So I’ve been wanting Daniel Sandler’s Watercolour blush for some time already because it looks like something that I would really like.
This is how it is described:
“The award winning Watercolour liquid blush is the Hero product of the Daniel Sandler cosmetics collection.
Each Watercolour is 100% blendable, it can be worked onto skin and manoeuvred using the fingers to create beautiful colour-contoured cheeks.
The silicone-based, oil–free formulation is perfect for any skin type and creates a water resistant, sheer finish that needs no powder to set and lasts all day.”
Now the only problem is to choose the shade. Probably I will get the best-selling shade in Cherub (a delicate sheer, pastel pink). The price is £12.30 for 15ml.