LORAC PRO Palette

April 26, 2015 - Comment

Product Features 8 matte eye shadow 8 shimmer eye shadows Mini behind the scenes eye primer Top row: white (matte), cream (matte), taupe (matte), it pink (matte), mauve (matte), sable (matte), espresso (matte), black (matte) Bottom row: nude (shimmer), champagne (sparkle), gold (shimmer), lt; bronze (shimmer), pewter (shimmer), garnet (shimmer), deep purple (shimmer), slate (shimmer)

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Product Features

  • 8 matte eye shadow
  • 8 shimmer eye shadows
  • Mini behind the scenes eye primer
  • Top row: white (matte), cream (matte), taupe (matte), it pink (matte), mauve (matte), sable (matte), espresso (matte), black (matte)
  • Bottom row: nude (shimmer), champagne (sparkle), gold (shimmer), lt; bronze (shimmer), pewter (shimmer), garnet (shimmer), deep purple (shimmer), slate (shimmer)

Comments

tightsandtea says:

A must-have, versatile palette. Surprisingly few pressed makeup palettes contain wearable matte shadows–although I love brands like Urban Decay, all their palettes tend to contain shimmery or glittery eyeshadows. Mattes seem to be a little harder to pull off that shimmery shadows–cheaply made mattes tend to be chalky or poorly pigmented. These shadows, on the other hand, are richly pigmented, long-lasting, easy to blend, and very much wearable. 

Lauren A. says:

I love this palette (It’s among my favorites) I held off buying this palette for a while because I already love my UD Naked palette and have several other neutral palettes (e.g., Tarte Call of the Wild Too, Faced Natural at Night, The Balm Nude Tude and several Urban Decay palettes with neutral shades). However, Ulta had a gift set with this palette so I grabbed it with a 20% off coupon that worked on Prestige Cosmetics a few months ago. I think this palette is great! I love it almost as much as UD Naked 1. I will say that it is in my…

reba505 says:

Stellar Palette With the Right Technique I have been using this palette for about 9 months. I agree with all the positvie comments.There was a learning curve for this shadow. Because the colors are so saturated with pigment, you must DAB your brush lightly onto the shadow then apply in a dabbing and very light,short-stroking motion onto the eye.I start using a somewhat fluffy angle brush,like Bdellium Tools full ,sharp-angled eye contour 766 from Amazon, for the over-all base color (I like the mauve), then layer, using the same…

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