Monday, 18 August 2014

Daniel Sandler Watercolour blusher for Macmillan Cancer

Joy Watercolour blusher
We have been using Daniel's watercolour blush for ages and are always excited when he launches a new shade. If you haven't got around to trying one then his latest shade is a great one to start out with.
 As with all watercolour fluid blush give them a good shake to mix the pigments.
 Apply a drop to the back of your hand and then use your finger tips to softly pat onto the apples of the cheeks and blend.
 The liquid texture blends into the skin with a velvet texture. Once on this blusher has amazing staying power. Being water resistant it is a great choice in humidity and on holiday.
 The colour pigment is so vibrant that only a drop is needed. You can then build from there.
 The awesome news about the latest shade called Joy is that it is launched in support of Macmillan cancer.
 Macmillan nurses do an outstanding job of supporting people and their families who are going through their cancer treatment. They offer emotional and practical support and also help the patients family deal with and understand treatment which their loved one is receiving.

Only 300 bottles of the new colour called Joy are being produced and so stock is limited. Each Joy watercolour is £15.50 and £5.00 from each bottle sold will go towards Macmillan cancer support.

The colour is a soft powder pink which gravitates more to a cooler toned pink rather than a warm pink. 
 Would work on a porcelain fair skin tone or create a vibrant pink pop on a deeper skin tone.
 Sits nicely on all skin types including oily.
 This shade is limited edition and is available now exclusively from



  1. This looks great and it's lovely knowing that part of your money is going to such a great cause.

  2. I want one of these so bad!

    Sam xo sjmcdf


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