Monday, 3 October 2011

Daniel Sandler POP Watercolour Blush

Daniel Sandler POP Watercolour Blush is beautiful colour that has been especially created to raise funds for Macmillan Cancer Support. I have heard great things about these blushers and POP does not disappoint. It's a cheery watermelon pink infused with silvery iridescent shimmer.

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As you can probably see from the swatch, a little goes a long way. You can apply with either your fingers or a brush. I used a synthetic fibre blusher brush although Daniel Sandler also does a brush specifically designed for use with these blushers. With a brush I found it easy to create a sheer flush. The lasting power of this blusher was incredible. It lasted all day without fading or moving despite the unusually warm weather we've been having recently. The same can't be said for the rest of my makeup!

The limited edition POP blush is available from and costs £14.50. £5 from every sale will be donated to Macmillan Cancer Support, a charity that supports men, women and children across the UK that are battling cancer, helping them in practical, medical and financial ways.

Disclosure: Sample provided without cost. I have made a personal donation to Macmillan Cancer Support to match that that would have been made by a sale.


  1. A liquid/cream blush that lasts is just what I've been looking for. This looks gorgeous on your cheeks!

  2. At first it looked scary on your hand but on your cheeks it looks gorgeous, a lovely flush of colour, I can't believe it lasted all day!
    Grace xx

  3. What a pretty colour for such a worthwhile cause!
    And, can I just say that I find the way you responded after being sent this as a PR sample truly commendable... :)
    Nina x

  4. This is the first time I see a blush like this! It looks very interesting and pretty x

  5. Sod the blusher what's the brush??? You know I have a blush addiction!

  6. @Jen W: I have wondered if it's because it's a liquid rather than a cream that it lasts so well. I was definitely impressed at the staying power!

    @Grace: Yes, it requires a light hand not to overdo it. I much prefer a brush in this case.

    @Nina: Thank you. I like the colour very much.

    @Gaby: I've never used anything with this kind of consistency before. I'm very taken with it and feel the urge to look at the other colours now±

    @Sarah: My brush or the Daniel Sandler one? The one in my picture is a GOSH brush. It used to be labelled as a blusher brush before but I think it's changed to a foundation one now. Regardless of the name, it's a handy brush!

    Jane x


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