20 October

Zero Waste Makeup — Alilla's Natural Eyeshadow Palette







Today I invite you to review the eyeshadow palette of the Polish brand Alilla, which creates unique natural cosmetics. What are my impressions? Feel good to read!

Alilla Minerals is a Polish brand that offers mineral shadow palettes of excellent quality. Shadows are completely natural and hypoallergenic, in their composition we won't find harmful silicones, parabens, preservatives, artificial dyes or talc. Alilla not only cares about the natural composition of products, but also about the environment. Its products are cruelty-free and vegan, and the brand actively supports the WWF animal and environmental organization.

PACKAGING:


The pallet is made of organic, natural Merbau wood. The palette is minimal, but despite its simplicity unique and very elegant. Inside you will find powder, 7 shadows, a mirror and a double-sided brush made of horsehaat.



MY OPINION:

Each palette from Alilla Cosmetics consists of 7 shadows and powder. In the shop you can find already composed palettes or create your own.

My "Sweet" palette contains transparent powder and 7 matte shadows.

Shadows have a silky, perfectly pigmented formula. They are dry and tightly compacted, making them dusty a little (before applying eyeshadows, it is worth to shake the brush).

Shadows are very pleasant to use, blend easily, and colors mix well. You can easily build depths of color by adding more layers of shadows.

Shadows don't gather in the refractions of the eyelid and look good all day.

Powder also has a dry texture, but looks natural on the skin and works well with primers and concealers. It does not emphasize pores or dry skins and lasts on the complexion all day.

It is also worth mentioning that for pallets from Alilla we can buy the cartridges themselves and after finishing the shadows we can replace them with new ones, without having to buy a new palette.

I think the palette from Alilla is a great choice. Their products have fantastic quality and are worth the money. Ideally, the brand would give a choice between synthetic brushes and those made of natural bristles. I understand that natural bristles can be greener, but synthetic brushes of good quality could also be used for years, and the palette would then be 100% vegan.


What do you think of this palette?


Xoxo,

Dorota

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