There are some products that just do things differently, changing how we look at beauty. The Daniel Sandler Watercolour Blush is one of those. Discover why this is one of our beauty game-changers.
There Are Blushes and Then There Are Watercolour Blushes
Rouge and blush has been around for centuries, but since the early 20th century it has traditionally taken the form of powder. Pigments are mixed with talc and patted, brushed or swirled over the cheeks. It is a form that has worked for decades, so why the need for any change?
Daniel Sandler is a makeup artist who has worked in the industry for over 25 years. The years of working with product day in, day out, led him to be really aware of the limitations of some traditional forms of makeup.
As Daniel Sandler has said himself, he ‘discovered through experience what works and what doesn’t’.
The reality is that powders can look a little dull or flat, especially on dryer or older skins. Daniel also found he desperately wanted a product that could blend, that could withstand heat and humidity, that could give a really natural, true blush. This is what led him to create the Watercolour Blush in 2003.