B Never Too Busy to Be Beautiful Reviews

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Published on September 22, 2008 with 10 Comments

I swear I have been to Covent Garden a million times but it was not until my recent trip back to London that I discovered this hidden gem, B.

B, which is short for B Never Too Busy To Be Beautiful, is a sister company to Lush. It started back in 2003 and prides itself in its vegan, cruelty-free beauty products. What makes B stand out from other brands is definitely their Indian and Moroccan inspired bohemian packaging along with the layout of the store. Walking into that store literally felt like walking into an Aladdin cave – I was mesmerized! They also carry a wide variety of products including makeup, fragrances, skincare, shower and bath products. Prices range from £4 for a bath cube to £50 for a 45g perfume.

B’s Pressed Eyeshadow (£8) is definitely one of my favorite products from the line! These cute little babies come in either pan forms or round bejeweled pots just like the picture on the left, with a letter “B” stamped on them. There are a total of over 30 colors available – some of which are shimmery while others are matte – and they are all gorgeous! Thanks to their base of rice bran, almond and jojoba oils, the texture is soft and creamy and pigmentation, GREAT! Some of the colors also reminded me a lot of MAC eyeshadows.

Another product you must check out is their Lip Cream (£9), which comes in a really pretty bejeweled heart-shaped tin dusted with a gold leaf. There are a total of 18 colors available, mostly in pinks, browns and nudes. They also come in delicious rose, choc or orange scents and the shea butter, beeswax and jojoba conditioning base makes them uber moisturizing and so easy to wear!

Below is my haul for me and my readers =)



Where To Find B
London, Leeds and Dorset (in the UK), Tokyo (Japan) and Vienna (Austria)

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  1. the packaging looks like a little kid used a glue gun to put plastic beads for art class.

  2. wow those are so cute!

  3. they are so pretty and cute!
    but i know that most of what i’m paying is the packaging.

  4. I agree with the first comment. The packaging looks tacky and isn’t something I would buy at first glance.

  5. i actually LOVE the packaging…i think it’s cute and different…they just look like little collectible things that you’d want to…well, collect! :)

  6. I like the packaging too…it would look cute sitting on my vanity…plus it looks like the product is nice as well…

  7. hi, i live in singapore and i’m wondering if i could order from their japan shop?

    love the packaging!

  8. hi, i live in singapore and i’m wondering if they have a website for their japan shop which i could order from?

    i love the packaging! its something different from all the black round eyeshadow holders you find outside. =P

  9. The packaging is actually really cute in person. There are many other different styles of packaging for different products. Most are cute ^^

  10. these are great!!

    is there any way of knowing the names of the ones you bought? I’ve been surfing their site and was just wondering…. :)

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