Description Lily Lolo Smoke & Mirrors Eye Palette: 100% natural and gentle formula. The search for the perfect smoky eye is over. This limited edition palette, 8 high-pigment, fine-textured shimmering and matte shadows, make building and blending a show-stopping, dramatic eye easy. The softer shades are great for day. It is easily blendable, and a lightweight long lasting wear. Colour can be built in light layers for a more intense look Organic botanicals, Pomegranate oil acts as an anti-oxidant while Manuka oil is anti-bacterial. Silky and creamy consistency. Oil free, Non-drying, comfortable formula suitable for all skin types. Non-comedogenic, allows skin to breathe easily. Sleek compact, ideal for travel and handbags. Winner of the Green Beauty Bible Award. Does not contain chemicals, bismuth, talc, or dyes (FD&C, Lake). Vegan. GMO Free. Gluten Free. Organic. Preservative Free. Fragrance Free. The Smoke & Mirrors Collection includes: Reflection – Matte, Ivory
Looking Glass – Shimmer, Nude Peach
Illusion – Matte, baby pink
Myth – Warm, caramel brown
Silhouette – Warm mushroom grey/brown
Hocus Pocus – Sheen, gunmetal grey
Intrigue – Sheen, slate black
Deception – Sparkly grey, black
How to Use Step 1: Use with the eye shadow brush to apply your base shade all over the eyelid and up to the brow bone if using a light / nude shade Step 2: Using the socket line brush apply a darker shade to the crease of your eyelid and blend in to create depth Step 3: Use the eye blending brush to soften lines between shades and blend to create a seamless finis Step 4: Create a smudgy eye line with one of the darkest palette shades using our dual end eyeliner and smudge brush Ingredients MICA, SIMMONDSIA CHINENSIS (JOJOBA) SEED OIL, ARGANIA SPINOSA (ARGAN) KERNEL OIL, PUNICA GRANATUM (POMEGRANATE) SEED OIL, TOCOPHEROL, HELIANTHUS ANNUUS SEED OIL, LEPTOSPERMUM SCOPARIUM (MANUKA) OIL, SODIUM HYALURONATE, ERYNGIUM MARITIMUM CALLUS CULTURE FILTRATE, [+/- SILICA, TIN OXIDE, CI 77891 (TITANIUM DIOXIDE), CI 77491 (IRON OXIDE), CI 77492 (IRON OXIDE), CI 77499 (IRON OXIDE), CI 77742 (MANGANESE VIOLET), CI 77510 (FERRIC FERROCYANIDE), CI 77288 (CHROMIUM OXIDE), CI 77007 (ULTRAMARINES)] Brand Bio Lily Lolo Mineral Cosmetics is a luxurious 100% all natural makeup made in London that is now available in the US & Canada. Say hello to the brains behind our beauty range! Lily Lolo Mineral Cosmetics is the brain child of the visionary Vikki Khan, who first fell in love with mineral makeup whilst travelling many moons ago. Vikki loved the coverage she could get from such a lightweight foundation, but sadly the search for the perfect brand was disappointing to say the least. So throwing caution to the wind, Vikki founded Lily Lolo and the rest as they say is history. Today Lily Lolo is an award winning mineral cosmetics range found in selected beauty salons. It has achieved cult status by beautifully harmonizing natural, chemical free ingredients with the ultimate in mineral based technology. Every product is free from harsh chemicals, dyes and fillers and even has antibacterial properties to help improve the skin. Our foundations, powders and bronzers give women the flawless, airbrushed complexion they so badly crave. Whilst our vibrant eye shadows have the ultimate staying power and make the most of all your god given assets… Give yourself the gift of effortlessly gorgeous skin! Our promise to you is no nasties, no parabens, no synthetic dyes and definitely no nano-particles and of course – fabulous healthy products! Founders Q&A What inspired you to create your brand?
I started buying mineral makeup from the US in 2004 and when my friends and I saw the results, I realized there was a big gap in the UK market for stylish, affordable natural makeup. I had no idea back then that the green beauty movement would grow so rapidly and that we’d eventually be selling our products all over the world. I felt a little unfulfilled in my day job and really started Lily Lolo as a side project, within 3 months I’d quit my job to run the business full time! If you could go back to the beginning of the creation of your brand what would you do differently?