Daniel Sandler Neon Watercolour Blushers

Daniel Sandler Neon Watercolour Blushes

Re-Branded Signature (Emma) copy

There’s something about brightly coloured summer make-up that is so instantly appealing, isn’t there? The first big launches in an upcoming wave of SS14 make-up are the Daniel Sandler Watercolour Blushers in Acid and Trip, a pair of neon shades that scream fun in the sun.

Daniel Sandler Watercolour Blushers in Acid and Trip

Never one to shy away from colour, Daniel Sandler has hit the spot with these two instantly appealing shades. Acid, a cool highlighter pink, and Trip, a juicy tangerine, are wearable neons optimised to suit a summer tan and darker skin, though the fluidity of the texture means you can customise your coverage for a more natural result.

Daniel Sandler Watercolour Blushers in Acid and Trip close

Each tiny bottle contains 15ml of concentrated blusher. Although they’re minuscule in size, each bottle lasts forever as you only use a couple of drops each time. The needle nose nozzle makes iteasy to dispense just a drop or two from the squeezy little bottle, and that’s truly all you need for a pretty flush.

Daniel Sandler Watercolour Blushers in Acid and Trip swatch extreme close up

Upon close inspection, you can see that the shades aren’t all-out neons – they’re tamed slightly with a gorgeous glimmering texture. Both Acid and Trip have a smattering of silver microshimmer, which after blending presents itself as more of a light-reflecting, healthy sheen than a traditional sparkle. It’s an ideal finish for such strong colour.

Daniel Sandler Watercolour Blushers in Acid and Trip close

And you can how pretty that sheen is here. The above swatches were created from a single drop of Watercolour Blusher and lightly blended with the Waterbrush, though you can create a more diffused effect with a duo fibre brush. Once dried, the Watercolour Blushers last longer than any blush I’ve ever tried – and I’ve trialled a fair few!

If you’re not keen on lots of colour, you’ll be pleased to know that these shades blend out beautifully to offer a hint of brightness. I apply Acid with a light hand as a pop of pink high on the cheeks, and Trip as more of a sculptural peach. I really can’t wait to go all-out neon in the summer, though…

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