Daniel Sandler Watercolour Blush

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This is my new favourite make-up product.
It's the Daniel Sandler Watercolour Blush and the shade of this one is 'Flush'
I had heard so many glowing reviews about this blush but it wasn't until I saw Daniel give a presentation on QVC (Honestly, this is why I love QVC so much, I could just sit and watch their make-up and hair shows all day) and talk and demonstrate this product that I knew I had to buy it.
 
I put some on my hand before I applied it, I then patted some on my fingers and just dabbed it on my cheeks and blended it all in on the apples of my cheeks.
At first it looks a really strong colour and I kind of thought it would stain but it doesn't at all and its so easy to blend on without getting lines where the colour starts and stops.
 
It blends into a really beautiful soft pink.  Its the most natural blush I have tried, it just gives a really lovely colour and pop to your face without being a really intense colour. 
If you want the colour to be deeper then you can just keep layering the product but I felt like I didn't even need to do that.
 
I just guessed when picking the colour but it seems to suit my skin tone perfectly, I'm super duper pale and it really didn't overwhelm my face which some pink blushers can do.
 
The other thing I loved was the texture, it feels like you are wearing nothing on your face but it seems to give this flawless almost silicone like affect on your cheeks which I just thought was perfect.
 
I would really love to try some of the other colours in the range now as it really is a product that more than lives up to the hype.
 
If your wondering about the application or just want to know more about the product I would suggest you keep an eye out for Daniel on QVC or have a peek on YouTube of him applying it as he really makes it easy to understand and his demonstrations of it are awesome and I love nothing more than listening to the person who has created a product talking about it, its so interesting!
 
I have it on my cheeks in the above photo and in my last two posts too, so you will be able to have a look and see the colour of it if you scroll down and also the swatches of it on my hands too.
 
Are you a fan of this blusher, which is your favourite shade?
 
I bought my blusher HERE for £14.50

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