Daniel Sandler Watercolour Blusher POP for Macmillan Cancer Support {Beauty Notes - New Makeup}



Daniel Sandler have issued a limited edition liquid blush to help raise funds for the Macmillan Cancer Support. The Watercolour Blusher in POP is an exclusive subtle sheer, jelly-bean pink tint with lavender overtones which was inspired by the courage of cancer sufferers.

You know how uplifing it can be to see someone with beautiful rosy cheeks? A little help from the makeup department is like popping vitamins sometimes. Check out after the jump for the full details...


"The flattering watermelon hue perks up the complexion wonderfully, enlivening cheeks with a cute and very wearable flush of pink. For Daniel, the uplifting shade mirrors the strength and courage of the many people who face cancer, and offers a real "pop" of colour that looks as fresh as a daisy.

The cult Watercolour Blush formulation blends easily onto the skin for a subtle wash of colour that can be built up to your liking. Simply add a dot of the liquid onto the apple of your cheeks and blend away with either your fingers, or the Daniel Sandler Watercolour Brush for a more polished finish.

£5 from each sale is donated to Macmillan Cancer Support, an incredibly important support system for men, women and children across the UK. One in three of us will be diagnosed with cancer during our lifetime, and Macmillan aims to provide practical, medical and financial support for everyone who battle with the life changing disease every day."

The 15 ml bottle is available for a limited time only at escentual.com for £14,50.

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