This is the Lily Lolo Enchanted Palette that I have been using occasionally for a few months now. Overall, I’m pretty happy with the palette and I think it was a worthwhile purchase for a few reasons.
First of all, there are a nice variety of shades in this palette to work with, taking you from a neutral to a dramatic look. I like that the colors are more subdued and modest, such as the green, blue and purple shades (Voodoo, Thunderstorm and Deadly Nightshade, respectively). They show just the right amount of the color, but not overly vibrant as to make it tacky. I think this is a side effect of mineral eye shadows anyhow – they don’t contain the hazardous synthetic ingredients to get that color intensity.
There are good shades to create a dynamic crease. For example I always use Moonbeam to map out a crease, even if I’m going to go in with a darker color. This adds some dimension to the eyeshadow and looks way better than just one solid color. The trick is to blend, blend, blend…
Here, I’ve used Moonbeam in the crease and then added Thunderstorm (blue) on top and also to the outer corners and bottom lash line.
Another thing I like about this palette is the case. It’s very compact and light, making it travel friendly and it also has a mirror as a bonus.
In terms of blend-ability, its not as easy as your conventional eye shadow brand. A little more work has to be put in to build up the color and darkness, as well as to fade out the crease. But this is a minor issue to me considering the clean ingredients of this product. I would rather deal with this than be putting petrochemicals and parabens around my eyes.
Lily Lolo eye shadows do not contain gmo’s, gluten, nano particles, talc, parabens, bismuth oxychloride, dyes, fragrance, preservatives or petroleum based chemicals.
They DO contain organic botanicals such as Pomegranate oil which acts as an anti-oxidant and Manuka oil as an anti-bacterial.
I should mention that a primer is definitely necessary for this shadow to show, stay in place and avoid creasing. Lily Lolo sells a primer/concealer. I’ve been using my Kjaer Weis foundation as a shadow primer, which works really well.
Here are some more looks with other shades from the palette ;
Thanks for checking out my review!