Yes, I am completely spoilt; I’ll just have to put my hands up to it right now. When make-up artist, Daniel Sandler offered to make me a bespoke blush, was I supposed to say no?! Not possible. So I said yes, please, and here it is. He’s called it Jane’s Desire – it isn’t for sale obviously, but my goodness he got my blush requirements spot on in one bottle.
It’s a beautiful bubblegum pink that just gives cheeks a pop of pink. Daniel explained that the best way to use his Watercolours is to add a tiny bit of moisturiser to a blush brush, then a tiny dab of Watercolour (they’re highly pigmented so you don’t need much), and then to just sweep the brush gently over the apples of the cheeks. It works and it’s a much better way to apply than just using fingers.
So this is what it looks like on the palm of my hand (looking a bit crinkly I must say: palmists would have a field day). You can see it gives a stain effect so less is more from the get-go.
I’m a big fan already of Watercolours liquid blush (check www.danielsandler.com for stockists), so to have my own is an absolute treat.
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Wow! You ARE lucky!
Looks like a beautiful colour! x
Aw, you live such a fabulous life! 🙂
Lucky lady! Looks fab
Fabulous colour. Very jealous!
Well MY GOD! Your own blush, your own polish, what next??? Jealous…
That is so wonderful, when this came up in my google reader I HAD to read it. He has created a wonderful shade and I love the name!
Bloody hell, how lucky are you! I love the colour of ‘Jane’s Desire’. I’d certainly buy it.
I started reading you a week ago
I totally love your blog
it is so girlish 🙂
Wow how amazing it looks a beautiful colour. I bet its taking pride of place in your mkup bag. xx
Wow! Its very pretty, would like to try these but need to find somewhere I can play with them first, with not a huge disposable income the potential for mistakes purchasing on line scares me! xx
Looks very pigmented
That’s rather fabulous. A terrific name for a blusher of course 😉
Wow, how awesome! The name is wonderful and the color looks beautiful as well.