Lily Lolo Blush Pots Reviews
Product Type: Lily Lolo makeup
Newest Review: ... Compare it with Bare Escentuals blush which is £19 for 0.85g and you'll see that Lily Lolo is a bargain! Unforunately, if ... more
Customer Lily Lolo Blush Pots Reviews (4)
by - written on 09/09/11, updated on 09/09/11 (Very useful, 46 readings)
I've recently become a fan of using mineral make up, and thought that the high prices were worth it for looking good but not doing too much damage to my skin at the same time. But there came a point where a brand such as Bare Escentuals was starting to tug on my purse strings. That's when I found Lily Lolo products. Much more affordable. This blush pot from Lily Lolo was one of my first Lily Lolo purchases. I bought it in 'Juicy Peach' and I had medium expectations for it. The newest pots come in a gorgeous 3g pot with a matte white lid printed with the logo. My first thought was that it would look very cute on my shelf! There is also a kind of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/07/09 (Very useful, 93 readings)
Lily Lolo has a great variety of Blush Pots to suit every complexion. They powders are very well pigmented so you will only need a small amount for you cheeks, this way one pot can last you very long. On a plus side one pot lasts 2 years from the time you upend it but because they use basic natural pigments you may safely use them for longer, there is nothing to go off in them. I do not recommend using the jar lid to pick up the powder though for hygienically reasons. Because their powders are so well pigmented they will last a very long time. To apply them you will need a very fine brush who can distribute the products easily. I found that the brushes Lily ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/10/10 (Very useful, 55 readings)
Given that I am not the most patient person on the planet, I ordered the full-sized version of Rosebud rather than the tester. In the big pot it looked very dark and very sparkly, causing a slight panic on my part. However when applied with a light hand, taking care not to overload the brush with product, it gives a healthy looking, rosy sheen to an otherwise pale and pasty face. I tend to put it on top of the first application of their foundation and then apply another layer of foundation once the blusher is in place just to make sure I have a well blended, non stripy look. This is the first time I have been happy with a blusher since I found a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/10/09 (Very useful, 73 readings)
I am new to the Lily Lolo blush pots having used the foundation and cover up for months I thought I would give it ago. I ordered the blush Doll Face as I wanted something not too in your face that would give me a bit of a lift. My first comment is that it is incredibly sparkly looking in the pot which is a little frightening, but after application this fades some what. Its a lovely subtle blush and the sparkle provides more of a sheen and highlight rather than full on glitter (thank goodness!) and it actually really compliments a natural day time look. As with all Lily Lolo products, it seems pricy, but trust me a little goes a long way. I ... Read the complete review
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