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Lilith has light purple eyes and long purple hair that tied into two pigtails with bangs. She also wears white glasses and sports two pairs of white earrings that have either the letter "A" or "B". On her lips, she has brilliant purple lipstick.
From "Second Impressions" to "Lilith Had a Little Hen", Lilith wore a dark magenta v-neck sweater on top of a white polo shirt with a light brilliant crimson tie that have lighter crimson and white spots. She wore luminous vivid arctic blue shorts with light greyish magenta leg openings, and a pair of light mulberry-ish grey socks with a light greyish mulberry stripe near the cuffs that are tucked under her vermilion mini heel boots with dark orchid quarter and tongue. She also wore an Arctic blue hair brooch on the right side of her hair.
In "Labyrinth and as of "Lilith Had a Little Hen", Lilith wears a dark heliotrope and brilliant crimson jacket with two pale gold buttons. The jacket has an 8-bit sprite character pattern and underneath it is her light Arctic blue and moderate Arctic blue dress. She wears a dark greyish Persian blue jeans with Persian bluish grey leg openings. On her feet is a pair of white sneakers that have dark orchid vamp, brilliant crimson laces, light Arctic blue collar, and light amaranthish grey tongue. She also wears a hot-pink D-pad hair brooch with black arrows on the right side of her hair.
Lilith is an elegant, intelligent, and sometimes sarcastic scientist member of the Indie Girls. She is a master planner for the team and aside from her love for fashion, what most excites her is technology and science that she thinks the world is full of calculations and science. She is a walking encyclopaedia and dreams of winning the Nobel Prize for one of her inventions. Despite not being the best at expressing her feelings and gets very nervous whenever she has to do a presentation, she has a heart of gold.
|1. "First Impressions (Origins - Part 1)":||Absent||14. "PINY Runway":||Appears|
|2. "Second Impressions (Origins - Part 2)":||Appears||15. "Dribble Trouble":||Appears|
|3. "The Secret":||Appears||16. "Labyrinth":||Appears|
|4. "Fashion Backwards":||Appears||17. "Stupid Cupid":||Appears|
|5. "To Tutor or Not to Tutor":||Background||18. "Bella Lima":||Appears|
|6. "Fad In":||Appears||19. "Cooking Disaster":||Appears|
|7. "Best Blogged":||Appears||20. "Lonely at the Top":||Appears|
|8. "Cosmania":||Appears||21. "Lilith Had a Little Hen":||Appears|
|9. "Makeover Nightmare":||Appears||22. "Locked In":||Appears|
|10. "The Curse of the Bridge":||Appears||23. "Hire Me":||Appears|
|11. "Horsing Around":||Appears||24. "Fire Me":||Appears|
|12. "American Mydol":||Appears||25. "Baby Pictures":||Appears|
|13. "Secret-Non-Admirer":||Appears||26. "Who Is Michelle?":||Appears|
|1. "Father's Day":||Absent||14. "Wardrobe Malfunction":||Absent|
|2. "Golden Ticket":||Absent||15."The Cover Up":||
|3. "The Auction (the Indie Girls in Paris - Part 1)"||Absent||16. "Skater Boy":||Absent|
|4. "Crime of Fashion (Indie Girls in Paris - Part 2)":||Absent||17. "No Fun Anymore":||Absent|
|5. "Once Upon a Time":||Absent||18. "Cold Facts":||Absent|
|6. "Coolest Girl in the World":||Absent||19. "Julia Quits":||Absent|
|7. "Catwalk on Water":||Absent||20. "Mr. and Mrs. Cooper":||
|8. "Animal Attraction":||Absent||21. "Looking For Dory":||Absent|
|9. "Sam Side Story":||Absent||22. "Rita Wears Nada":||
|10. "Downhill Side":||Absent||23. "Surprise Party":||Absent|
|11. "Plus-One":||Absent||24. "Everybody Hates Me":||Absent|
|12. "The Fake Date":||Absent||25. "Fashion Fake":||Absent|
|13. "Julia's Best Day":||Absent||26. "Coffee Girl":||Absent|
- The outfit Lilith wears in "PINY Runway" becomes her Galactic Identity outfit.
- It's revealed in "Lilith Had a Little Hen" that she has a fear of public speaking.
- Lilith is the first main character to have his/her name on the episode title ("Lilith Had a Little Hen").
- Her symbolic motif has a reference to video games due to nearly all of her outfits would have a D-pad barrette and/or an 8-bit sprite character barrette/pattern. Since video games are made by being program from computers and using the knowledge of computer science, it serves as a reference for Lilith's love for many forms of science.