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Now I going to say what everyone is thinking straight away, this is a dupe for the Daniel Sandler watercolour blush. And you’re right. Its not just the packaging, and the way it shakes with that familiar clicking noise, but its the consistency of the product and the way it works too. Its a pretty amazing dupe. to be honest.


water blush


Available in 5 colours I went with the colour desire, which is a deep coral pink, with small gold flecks that don’t really show too much on the skin, its still very natural and adds dimention. A little goes a long long long want with this blush and it can be messy if you’re not careful. So give it a quick shake and a couple of drops on the back of your hand or on a clean surface and i like to take a flat foundation brush and apply a little at a time. it will set in place so you need to work relatively quickly so you can blend the edges out without it looking streaky.

water blush swatch


These are £3 each which is a really a steal for a product like this.


Available from  http://www.makeuprevolutionstore.com/