Lord of the Misrule
Now a new favourite of mine, this is named after the 'ruler of the Pagan Feast of Fools' and although it has the least appetising scents of black pepper and patchouli oil it really does smell so good! Starting off as green, once it starts to dissolve in your bath you notice the pink colouring coming out of the centre of the bomb. eventually after turning a muddy water colour you end up with a bath which looks like red wine! As good as it looks, I wouldn't try to drink it. It was £3.30 definitely well spent and I would go there again.
This is a bath bomb I wouldn't normally of gone for because of how small it is but it has a scent of cocoa butter which I love and couldn't resist and priced at £2.50 who could blame me. It also looks super cute too. The only thing that was disappointing about this little fella was the fact that the scent was barely noticeable unlike other bath ballistics from Lush. I guess it's ideal though if you feel the scents are sometimes too over powering. On the plus side, the tiny eyes were like melting chocolate and it left a subtle tint of shimmer on my skin and what girl doesn't appreciate that?
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