Hello my lovely pumpkins! Today, I am sharing with you my lilah b eyeshadow quad review. I actually received this product in PR in January and completely forgot to write a review on it, even though I’ve been using it quite a lot. But well, better late than never, right?
If you want to know my honest thoughts on this product, then keep on reading! And, don’t forget to check out my previous post : A PRODUCTIVE DAY IN MY LIFE // quarantine edition
Lilah b eyeshadow quad review
Firs of all, this palette retails for 58$, contains 9g of product and comes in 4 different shades. I have the nude palette “b. stunning”. The palette offers a mixture of matte and shimmers and each palette contains 4 different eyeshadows.
Lilah B claims that these eyeshadows are extremely blendable, buildable and highly pigmented. They describe it as an all-in-one palette that allows you to achieve countless of looks, from bold to subtle. They also mention that you can use the dark shade to fill in your brows. Pretty cool, huh?
Finally, this product is of course cruelty-free but the brand is also vegan and follows a minimalistic lifestyle with minimum waste – they actually have a recycling program to allow their customers to follow a waste-free lifestyle.
You can find this product at Sephora or Lilah b’s website.
This palette comes in the most luxurious and aesthetic packaging. I absolutely love the pebble type of packaging, it is so unique and simple. Moreover, it definitely feels heavy and expensive and I like that it’s not made in hard-plastic. I don’t know what type of material it is but it’s definitely more sustainable than plastic, which I appreciate. I also love how tiny and practical it is. You can literally store it anywhere and it is so easy to travel with. I actually display it on my vanity along with the blush cause they look amazing as decorative pieces. On another note, I like how the eyeshadows are displayed. They are displayed in a very neat way which is satisfying to the eye!
The only negative thing I have to say about this packaging is the fact that it’s white, so it can easily get dirty. And, the fact that it’s hard to open if you have sweaty or like slippery hands. It’s annoying, but not major. I thought I should still mention it.
Concerning the formula, I really love how these eyeshadows perform. They are indeed easy to blend, buildable, they feel so buttery, they are true to the colours on the pan and they have the right amount of pigmentation. Moreover, you can easily create a lot of looks with it, from bold to subtle, and the shades are absolutely gorgeous. I always have fun using it and I think, it’s the perfect palette to use on a daily basis. It’s actually a very easy to palette to use.
However, it is not the most innovative and impressive formula out there. I did use more performing eyeshadows for half the cost (hinting at the Milani eyeshadow palette, a truly wonderful neutral palette). And the colour palette is not new the market as well. I do own other neutral palettes with the same exact colour palette, for again, half the price.
Conclusion – lilah b eyeshadow quad review 8/10
To conclude, I think this palette is a gorgeous add to my collection. The packaging is over the top and the formula is great! However, it’s not an innovative and unique palette in my opinion which makes it easily dispensable. The only reason I would recommend this palette is for the very aesthetic and luxurious packaging and mainly, to support the brand itself. I love what the brand stands for and I love that they want to make a change in the world. And that, in my opinion, is worth the 58$!
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I love the packaging an the shades look amazing, such an easy to keep around quad.
yes the packaging is so nice!!! thank you for reading xx ❤️
The packaging looks so cute!! And I really like the colours even if, as you mentionned, they’re nothing revolutionnary!
It’s such a beautiful product. But I don’t feel comfortable recommending it as it’s expensive and the colours are meh! Thanks for passing by xx