Too much sun exposure can turn the leaves brown. That’s why natural, indirect sunlight is best for the Lilacina. The plant’s sensitive to extreme or sudden temperature changes. It’ll be happiest in a warm spot away from draughts and radiators.
If you find your lilacina leaves get very brittle, it’s a sign it needs a good drink. If it’s leaves shatter when touched, this means your succulent is very thirsty.
Try not to touch your plant too much, as the powder coating will come off. This doesn’t harm the plant in any way but it does look prettier when untouched.