Wednesday, 31 August 2011

Weleda Skin Food
White Rose Soaps Mango and White Clay Face Mask
Tigi Love Peace and the Planet Body and Waves Styling Mist
Lily Lolo Soft Brown Eyeshadow
Velcro Rollers

If I haven't already, reviews of the products will be on the blog at some point.

Song of the day: When the night feels my song- Bedouin Soundclash

Sunday, 28 August 2011

Good Enough To Eat: Beauty Food. ->Rough Body Scrub.

Hi! How are you all?
I am starting a mini series on here called : 'Good Enough To Eat: Beauty Food'. This will be showing you easy and cheap ways to feel pampered and lovely by using items in your kitchen cupboards! You will be able to eat 99% of the ingredients that will go into the recipes. Pure and Simple!
Today I have a post showing you a simple body scrub which will leave your skin feeling really soft and nourished. The scrub contains Rock Salt, Ground Almonds, Olive Oil and Lemon Juice. All of which combine to make your skin feel gorgeous. The salt and almonds exfoliate while the olive oil moisturises and the lemon juice helps to smooth out any skin imperfections. 
The quantities I have used are enough for me for one use but change the quantities to suit your needs. 

Let me know if you try this recipe. Have you got a good body scrub recipe I should try?
Enjoy. xx

Song of the day: Jason Mraz - I'm Yours

Thursday, 25 August 2011

EcoTools Brush Review & How I clean them.

Kabuki brush(far right) is by Lily Lolo.
EcoTools. Everybody has heard of them, everybody who likes natural make up has probably tried them. They are available in your local pharmacies such as Boots and Superdrug and are extremely affordable. As far as i'm aware, you can only get their brushes in the UK, but they sell other cosmetic products too. say about their brand:

"EcoTools® cosmetic brushes are what started it all! The iconic look of the sleek bamboo, gorgeous recycled aluminum and incredibly soft bristles are only part of what makes EcoTools, EcoTools.
Our cosmetic brushes are beautiful and show respect for the earth. They are 100% cruelty-free, have incredibly soft bristles made of synthetic taklon and have handles made of bamboo and recycled aluminum ferrules.
We also package every product in an eco-conscious way including: reusable pouches, post-consumer recycled plastic and recyclable packaging."

I bought the 6 Piece Brush set which includes Blush brush, Eyeshading brush, Eyeliner Brush, Lash and Brow Groomer, Concealer Brush and a case for your brushes.
I also own the Foundation brush and Eyeshadow Brush.
£15.31 for 6 piece Brush set
£8.67 for Foundation Brush
£5.61 for Eyeshadow Brush

The brushes come in a little storage pouch which you could use for putting your brushes in if your travelling. The brushes are made of Bamboo so have a nice look to them.   

*The brushes are extremely soft.
*They do not shed.
*They hold their shape after they have been washed.
*Their price
*The case my brush set came in. I use it all the time when travelling
*The variation of brushes. 
*High quality.

*That I don't own any more!!

Favourite Brushes.
The eye-shadow brush as its great for blending and putting a colour over my eyelid. The blush brush as its a perfect size and shape and blends the blusher in well. The Eyeliner brush is also wonderful for using with my Lily Lolo mineral Eyeshadow in Moonlight.

Recommended For:
*Anybody interested in eco-friendly cosmetics
*Somebody who wants to make the transition from mainstream to natural/organic.
*People who don't want to break the bank buying a new brush.
*Somebody who wants long lasting good quality brushes.

I plan on buying more of these brushes. I love them! I have nothing negative to say about them. They are wonderful brushes. My next purchase will be the powder/bronzing brush!


Buy From
Instore at Superdrug or Boots. Or online at or


I thought it might be interesting to show you how I wash them. This doesn't involve buying any fancy brush cleaner. I simply use natural shampoo or natural soap
Step one. Run the brushes under warm water. Making sure to point the brush downwards so that you are not getting the rest of the brush wet as the glue that holds the bristles in might 'unstick'.
Step two. Lather up some shampoo or soap and swirl the brush around. Wash off with warm water and repeat until the water runs clear.
Step three. Squeeze out any excess water and reshape the brushes with your fingers. Leave on a towel until completely dry. I put mine in the airing cupboard as its warmer.  
Step four.Repeat with all brushes. I also use the same method for my Lily Lolo Kabuki Brush.
Thanks for reading guys! I love writing this blog. I have so many things to review for you so I think I will start doing more posts a week. Don't forgot to follow via Google Friend Connect or Bloglovin'. 
Have a nice day x

Song of the day: L.I.F.E.G.O.E.S.O.N. - Noah and the Whale.

Tuesday, 23 August 2011

'TIGI Love, Peace and The Planet' ECO AWESOME Moisturising Shampoo and Conditioner Review

Hello readers, how do you do?
I have almost finished using up my Shampoo and Conditioner by TIGI. They brought in a range called 'Love, Peace and The Planet' which seems to be in every TK MAXX I see around. I had never tried TIGI before as they are slightly pricey for me and so when I saw them discounted in store, with a range of organic products, I couldn't wait to try the reputable brand!

The company say these products are:
*Free of parabens and Laurel/Laureth Sulphates
*Rich with renewable/ organic and biodegradable ingredients
*No animal by products(except beeswax)
*No artificial colours or fragrances
*50% post consumer recycled packaging which is 100% recyclable
*Recyled/FSC Paper/Soy/Water based ink where possible.

The website answers some FAQs I was wondering about the products, such as whether they use petrochemicals. These can be checked out on here if you are interested to see.

There are a few ingredients that I am a bit unsure about such as Sodium Coco Sulphate but the majority of the ingredients list look very good. I often find that mainstream beauty companies which create a natural/organic line will still have tonnes of bad ingredients in them. So TIGI have done pretty well.

RRP £8.95. But can be found cheaper online.

I like it. They have obviously got a target market aimed for young people, so making their packaging cool and fun means that somebody young wouldn't walk past the product thinking its boring because its 'natural'. 

Cranberry, Orange and Mint. This is a really interesting choice of scent, and I think it is a lovely refreshing smell in the shower which is different to every scent I think I have smelt! I think some people wouldn't like it, but I do!

*I didn't need to wash my hair twice like I normally do with natural shampoo. 
*TIGI have made the shampoo 250ml and the conditioner 200ml so that you don't have loads of conditioner left after the shampoo runs out.
*My hair feels clean, refreshed and soft.

*This product has Sodium Coco Sulphate in which is a milder SLS. 
*The shampoo seemed to go down quicker than my other natural/organic shampoos. 
*My hair wasn't as moisturised as I was expecting.

Recommended For:
*People with any hair type
*Somebody who wants to make the transition from mainstream to natural/organic.
*People who want something fresh and fun.
*A good everyday shampoo and conditioner.

I would make a repurchase. I have also tried two other products by this range which I will be reviewing soon so keep an eye out for that. The products feel good quality and TIGI look like they have tried hard to offer an interesting line of items which natural and organic lovers will like. 


Buy From
Currently instore at TK MAXX or online on Cheap Smells

Thanks for reading! Hope it was a useful review.

Song of the Day: Fast car- Cover by Kina Grannis and Boyce Avenue. See the great cover here

Tuesday, 16 August 2011

Skinfood New Zealand Review

Hello! Today's review is on Skinfood New Zealand. I had not heard of this company until I saw this travel set in TK MAXX. I was after a new moisturiser and like to try out new brands that I haven't heard of so decided to give this set a go. 
So this company are not to be confused with Skin Food by Weleda. They are two separate brands. Skinfood New Zealand are a brand from New Zealand(obviously!) whose products are designed to be unisex and for all ages. They launched in 2002 to be an affordable, good quality, natural skincare line-that's what I like to hear! They are natural based and made with the finest ingredients from New Zealand and the South Pacific. 
So Far, So Good.

The products that I bought in this travel set are all 50ml, the full sized products are 100 ml. In the set, I got the Cleans All Cleanser, Exfoliating Scrub and the Nourishing Moisturiser. I think I  got the set for about £4.99(Bargain) but  you can buy the full sized products for £5.99 each on, or $12.99 on their website for international readers. 

These products have had a good testing as they came camping with me so had some tired, dull and sunburnt skin to work with! 

So lets get on with the review!


To use this cleanser, I mostly applied it with my fingers then washed off with a flannel or used a cotton pad. It is quite a thin, creamy cleanser which is nice for applying to the face. It sunk in quite quickly which did mean if I was using a cotton pad, it was hard to get every bit of dirt and make up of my face. The cleanser wasn't amazing at getting the make up fully off. If I wanted every last scrap of make up off, then I would have to do a double cleanse. The cleanser was really convenient for camping as I didn't need water to use the product so that was useful! It had Aloe & Manuka Honey in which I liked because I like the properties of these ingredients and how they work on your skin. However the smell of these ingredients didn't really come through much. The smell of the cleanser was quite nondescript, but fresh. I do think this is good though because it is designed to be unisex and ageless so anyone could enjoy using it.
It wasn't the best cleanser I have ever used but did an OK job.

Overall rating for Cleans All Cleanser- 6.5/10


This scrub was very similar to the cleanser in the fact it did the job I bought it for, but didn't blow me away with brilliance. This scrub had Aloe & Sweet Almond in which again I like. It had very fine particles in which gently exfoliates my skin. I found I didn't use this product as much because I prefer a Muslin Cloth for exfoliating, but it definitely helped to smooth out my skin. It was much thicker than the cleanser and the instructions suggest applying a thick layer of this to your skin. It wasn't a bad product but I wouldn't choose to buy it again. I am going to try and use it up as a general exfoliator for my body as I like to use up all my products. 

Overall rating for Exfoliating Scrub- 6/10


Out of the three products, this was my favourite. I think it is a good moisturiser for everyday use. On holiday, I did find it wasn't 'nourishing' enough as my skin was quite dry, but as my skin has balanced itself out again it does a good job for day-to-day use. Again, their was little smell but it means my brother or my grandma would use it with no problem! I think the moisturiser does not sink in very quickly which isn't good if your in a rush but it leaves my skin soft and smooth for applying make up onto. 

Overall rating for Nourishing Moisturiser- 7/10

I would consider repurchasing the Moisturiser but I don't think I would buy the other two products again, simply because I have found alternatives which I like more. However these products have a lot of great qualities. The ingredients are safe, and like they say, the products are all unisex and great for any age. I think this is something which a lot of companies haven't taken into consideration. The products are really affordable and mine have lasted pretty long. 
I liked this brand and would recommend people checked out their skin care. They have some other products which look good, such as the facial wipes and the body butter. I think they are most suitable for people with sensitive skin.

Overall rating for Skinfood New Zealand- 6.5/10

Have any of you tried this brand?

Thanks for reading again! I really enjoy writing posts on here and hope you enjoy reading them! 

Song Of The Day: Train- Hey, Soul Sister

Friday, 12 August 2011

A present for myself...

Just this week, Naked Bodycare had a special offer with 50% off when you buy from their website. I simply couldn't resist getting myself a few things so had a good browse on their website before picking these products. Honestly, this was a total bargain. The total would have been about £18 (which is already a super good price) and so with 50% off, it came to about £9. That's a lot of product for the price I paid! 

So what did I purchase?

Naked Shine Shampoo £3.99
Naked Shine Conditioner £3.99
Naked Style Extra Shiny Finishing Serum £4.99
Naked Skin Thirst Aid 12 Hour Moisturiser £7.49
This special online offer of Naked Shine Shampoo and Conditioner and Shine Finishing Serum is a total win at £9.00! Lets hope I have glossy locks soon!

My moisturiser is almost finished, so I decided on this one by Naked. The Thirst Aid 12 Hour Moisturiser looks great and I can't wait to try it!

I will let you know how I get on with the products in a couple months time. Have any of you tried the products before? What did you think of them?

Song of the day:
Colbie Caillat- Brighter than the sun.

Monday, 8 August 2011

Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser Review

Hi guys! 
Today's review is on the Liz Earle Cleanse & Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser. This product has been reviewed a million and 1 times, but I decided to write about it anyway as one more review won't hurt ;-).

So what is the product?
The Hot Cloth Cleanser is a cream based cleanser which you apply straight onto your make up and massage in. You then use a muslin cloth and polish the skin until every inch of make up and dirt has disappeared! 
Liz Earle say:
'We only make one cleanser because this formulation is the ultimate in concentrated yet gentle cleansing power and works on every age and skin type.'

The product has 'naturally active ingredients which include Eucalyptus, Hops, Rosemary and Beeswax. Here is a full list of their ingredients for you to check out:

Aqua (water), Caprylic/capric triglyceride, Theobroma cacao (cocoa) seed butter, Cetearyl alcohol, Cetyl esters, Sorbitan stearate, Polysorbate 60, Glycerin, Cera alba (beeswax), Propylene glycol, Humulus lupulus (hops) extract, Panthenol, Rosmarinus officinalis (rosemary) extract, Anthemis nobilis (chamomile) extract, Eucalyptus globulus (eucalyptus) oil, Limonene, Citric acid, Sodium hydroxide, Phenoxyethanol, Benzoic acid, Ethylhexylglycerin, Dehydroacetic acid, Polyaminopropyl biguanide. 

I checked out the ingredients on a cosmetics database and the only ones that come up as being a moderate hazard are Sorbitan Stearate and Polysorbate 60. 

The starter kit is £13.25 which includes one 100ml Cleanser and 2 Muslin Cloths. For me, this is a little bit more than I would want to pay but after all the rave reviews, I just had to try it!

What do I think?

Firstly, Liz Earle send you the product so it feels like your opening a present. Everything is wrapped beautifully with a letter, trial sized toner, and leaflets about the products. It also came in a little bag which is perfect for taking your skin care products in when you travel. The packaging is nice and simple, it looks expensive and you know you are paying for a good quality product. 
You get 2 muslin cloths which are fantastic sizes and can be put in the washing machine with a normal clothes wash. 
To me, the cleanser is a gorgeous smell, I love it! It is a scent that I have enjoyed smelling everytime I use it! Like it is described, the cleanser is a cream and it glides on your face and sinks into your skin. Once you have soaked the cloth in water, and polished your skin, there really is no make up left. I know a lot of people will then repeat this process if they were more make up or want a really deep cleanse. 

I got through my cleanser quite quickly, I am now on to my second bottle. I started using it in May and ran out in June. My second bottle seems to be lasting longer for some reason though. I repurchased it for £11.75 where I got just the cleanser without the cloths. I think for me, this is an expensive cleanser to use consider how quickly I got through a bottle.However, I wanted to give the cleanser a fair trial and give it a good couple of months of testing. 

When I first started using the cleanser, my skin was quite bad with a mild acne. At first, I thought that the cleanser was clogging my pores up as my skin seemed to get slightly worse. I wondered whether the Cocoa Butter was the problem. When I read some online reviews, I found a handful of people who seemed to have a similar experience to this and they said they had contacted Liz Earle. The company said that it should calm down within a few weeks so I decided to keep going with the Cleanser. Especially because I know your skin often needs time to change to a product and it can be 3 months before you notice any difference. 
So I am now over 3 months on and can tell you how I got on. 

Well, with a little help from some other products, my skin has looked the best that its been in this last year.   I am really enjoying using the cleanser and it leaves my skin fresh and smooth. As I have dry skin, it really helps keep flaky, dry patches at bay. I sometimes also don't moisturise afterwards because my skin never feels tight when I have used the cleanser. 
I can safely say i'm another person saying how wonderful the product is! I will be repurchasing the product once again when this bottle runs out. My only negative is the fact that my skin seemed to have a slight disagreement with it at first and that it can be a bit pricey especially if your looking for affordable products. From reading reviews, it seems that people with sensitive skin also like the product. 

You can buy the product here but its pretty pricey for delivery outside the UK, sorry!

Overall, a great product that lives up to the hype!

My overall rating for Liz Earle Cleanse & Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser: 9/10

Thursday, 4 August 2011

Mini Natural Beauty Haul

Hello! Over the last two weeks I have enjoyed picking up a few new natural/organic beauty products to try out. I love trying out new products and can't wait to review them all some time in the not so distant future! Scroll down to see what I have bought! Let me know if you have tried any of the products yourself and what you thought of them OR If there is a different product that you love instead!
On a side note, I have put a poll at the side of my blog so you can vote on what you would like to see more of on here. I really appreciate your feedback and look forward to seeing what people want to read about!

BIOpha Nature Crème Mains
While in France, I spent some time browsing the pharmacies and supermarkets for natural and organic skin care and beauty brands. I saw some things, but it was mainly things I can get online and in the UK. I did, however, see this on one of my last days there which was under 5 Euros so I thought it would a great thing to bring home as I don't currently have a natural/organic hand creme! 

Une Skin Glow Pencil in G03
As you already know, I have tried a few of Une's products before. Here is a review if your interested to see what I thought of them. I have quite small eyes so I am always looking to make them brighter and bigger. I chose this nude coloured pencil to mainly use around my eye area to hopefully give myself brighter eyes! I am very interested to see the results of the pencil.

Weleda Skin Food
A cult beauty classic, I simply couldn't resist buying some to try when I noticed it in the sale on Naturisimo. I have heard so many great things about this product, and as I have dry skin, I thought it would good to see if it lived up to my high expectations!  

Lavera Natural Liquid Foundation in shade 02 Ivory
As a fan of Lisa Eldridge, I was very excited when she did a video on a Natural and Organic Make up look. Of course I wanted to buy everything she mentioned in the video but I knew my bank account wouldn't thank me for that. So when she used the Lavera foundation, I became intrigued by it. This is because I was not impressed with the Volume Mascara that I tried and the fact she spoke so well of the foundation made me think I shouldn't rule the brand out. I trust her opinion so decided to purchase this to try as I have been on the look out for another liquid foundation.

Balance Me Seven Day Lotion
For any UK readers, you need to get yourself down to TK MAXX. Every time I have been there I have been impressed at the amount of natural and organic brands they are selling at REDUCED PRICES! I always seem to end up coming out the store with something new to try and this time it was a body lotion by Balance Me. I can't wait to give it a go!

Thanks again for reading my blog! 

Monday, 1 August 2011

Lily Lolo Mineral Makeup Brand Review.

Prepare yourself for a long post! I am reviewing a mineral make up brand which i'm going to straight away tell you- I LOVE.

So, Lily Lolo are a UK based mineral make up brand. The products are free from harsh chemicals, dyes and fillers, and the products contain antibacterial properties which amazingly help to improve your skin... while your wearing your make up!! What could be better?!
They have a wide range of products such as foundation, eye shadow, lip gloss and brushes. 
Although they are UK based, you can buy their products on-line from their website where they ship all over the world charging up to £5, so it won't break your bank!

The make up is all really affordable, so much so that I can't stop buying new things to try. They do samples so you can test out certain products first, as buying make up on-line can be difficult if your trying to find the right colour for your skin type. 
I first discovered Lily Lolo in about November time, and after trying out the samples, and ordering full sized products, I am still enjoying using the items. I wear the products pretty much everyday and still think they are great! I have even converted my mum and sister to the brand!

So onto the reviews!

I am on to my second pot of Lily Lolo foundation. I use shade 'Barely Buff', and its a very good match for me. When I was getting samples, I realised I'm much lighter than I thought. The medium coloured shades were too dark for me. Their is a great range of colours to choose from so you can find your perfect match. The foundation is £12.49, and it lasted me pretty much 6 months. I used it almost everyday day and used a regular 'medium coverage' amount.  So I think it's fantastic value for money. I really like the way the foundation feels on my skin. It builds up to the coverage you want without looking cakey and I never really feel like i'm wearing foundation at all. It has great lasting power, staying on up to the moment you wipe your make up off. It doesn't really get affected if you go in the rain too. I find it photographs well. I have often looked at a picture of myself when my skin has been bad and been pretty impressed with the way the foundation photographed- making your skin look oh so wonderful!! If you suffer from breakouts, scarring, rosacea, etc, I think you will really like this product. Your skin doesn't look flaky and feel irritated. I really don't think I have anything negative to say about this foundation. I certainly plan on repurchasing again when my pot runs out! 

I have tried two of their finishing powders. 'Translucent Silk', and 'Flawless Silk'. I have the 'Translucent Silk' which is a white powder and I dust it over my face to give a 'flawless finish'. My mum has the 'Flawless Silk' which has a hint of colour and gives just another little bit of coverage and silky finish. For me, I find this product isn't a necessity. It adds a nice dewy look to my skin, and I think it makes my make up look great all day but I don't feel like its an essential for my make up bag. This is probably because I have normal to dry skin, so foundation lasts pretty well on my face anyway! If I repurchase, (which will be a long way away as it lasts forever!) I will get the 'Flawless Silk' as I prefer the finish to it! You can by the Finishing Powder for £12.49

From this range, I have only tried a sample of the 'Star Dust' Shimmer. It is gorgeous and leaves a lovely pearly finish to your skin. I use it on my cheekbones, brow bone and the inner corner of my eye. I would definitely consider purchasing a full sized pot at £12.49, and I also have my eye on the 'Waikiki' Bronzer! 

I use two concealers by Lily Lolo. The first concealer I use is 'Barely Beige'. It matches my foundation colour really well. Like I said with the foundation, this doesn't make your skin look flaky over spots and it also lasts on your problem areas all day. It's another amazing product which I don't have anything bad to say about. You could use the product on blemishes or if you want a fuller coverage, applied all over. 
The second is the Blush Away- a green concealer. I swear this is a miracle product. It covers redness wonderfully and with the normal concealer applied on top, you wouldn't know their was any redness on your face! I am almost out of mine so will be repurchasing as soon as it runs out!
They can be bought for £7.29 each - Bargain!

I have a full sized pot of Blusher in shade 'Oh La La' which I wear everyday! Its a great natural colour which just adds a lovely flush to your cheeks. I think its the perfect colour for me! It costs £7.29 which I think is very reasonable! I got this pot at Christmas and still have loads left! I tried a sample of the 'Clementine' Blush which is a gorgeous peachy pink. I want to get that one at some point for when I fancy something different! My mum has 'Rosy Apple' which is a darker pinky-brown which is a nice darker colour. I really love the Blusher by Lily Lolo!

In my ever expanding Lily Lolo collection, I own three eyeshadows in the colours 'Sticky Toffee', 'Pink Champagne' and 'Moonlight'. 'Sticky Toffee' is a beautiful colour which believe it or not is a toffee colour. I like to use this all over my lid to give a natural looking shimmer to my eyes. 'Moonlight' is a very dark brown which I like to use as an eye liner. It is also a great colour for creating a smoky eye in the evening! 'Pink Champagne' is my least favourite of the three but is still a very pretty colour. It is a subtle pink, which I wear occasionally. My mum owns 'Soft Brown' and 'Mudpie' which she loves. She says 'Soft Brown' is a great everyday barely there eyeshadow and 'Mudpie' is a lovely one for giving more definition and using as a eye liner. Overall I am big fan of the eyeshadows and they only cost £5.29 which again is great because they last forever!

Black Eye Liner

I have not purchased an eye liner for myself from Lily Lolo but bought one for my sister in the colour Black. It is a great opaque colour but I don't think my sister would repurchase as it smudges very easy and transfers onto the rest of your eyelid or below your lower lash line, which isn't a good look! However when I tried it on myself, I found it is very easy to apply, which is great for someone like me who cannot draw a straight line! It is £5.99 on their website.

I have a Lip Gloss in the colour 'Raspberry Crush' which I really love for the days I want a gloss on my lips! I think its the perfect colour for my lip shade but it has unfortunately been discontinued as they revamped their range of Lip Glosses. I love the lip gloss because it lasts well on my lips and doesn't leave them feeling dry after! It also smells delicious! I'm not sure which shade on their site will be a similar colour but i'm looking forward to trying out their new products! I also prefer their new product design and for £7.29 you can't go wrong! 

Brush wise, I only own the Super Kabuki Brush. It is probably the softest brush you will ever use if you buy it. I use it to apply my foundation and finishing powder, and it applies it really well. The only negative to the brush is that the writing and white coating on the handle is chipped and coming off. It looks a bit worse for wear but still works fine! It is £14.29 which might seem a lot for a brush but I would seriously recommend getting one if you purchase their foundation. You can wash it with some of your natural shampoo and leave it to air dry and it will stay in shape and be as soft as when you first bought it!

When buying my make up, I have nearly always bought it in a kit because it works out slightly cheaper. I have  bought the 'Eye Spy' and the 'Complexion Perfection' which mean you can get the Foundation, Brush, Finishing Powder and 3 Eyeshadows at a slightly cheaper price. I also purchased a kit which contained a Blusher, Eyeshadow and Lip Gloss in one set but unfortunately that has been discontinued. My mum got the 'Ready, Steady, Glow' kit which contained 4 samples and baby sized Kabuki brush so you can work out which shade is right for you before purchasing a full sized item! I think these kits are a great way to try out some of the products that Lily Lolo have to offer!

So I absolutely love this brand as you can see! It really is a great affordable brand that I use everyday as the majority of my make-up routine. I can't say enough good things about them! 
Sorry if their was way to much content in this blog post. I am still trying to work out the best way to review products! Thank you if you made it all the way to the bottom! 

My overall rating for Lily Lolo Mineral Cosmetics: 10/10

Do you have a favourite mineral make up brand which is affordable?