Yoo!Hooo!!! My wish for a Lorac Pro Palette eyeshadow comes through. I received a package in my mail today and I’m super excited to share my thoughts on. It’s on Lorac‘s online website and it’s selling for $42.00 with net wt: 0.32 oz.
This palette also comes with a Mini Behind the Scene Eye Primer. There are 16 eyeshadow colors in the palette ranging from light to darkest shades.
I did a swatch for the eye primer as well as the color swatches for the eyeshadows. The eye primer is creamy and has rich coverage. I find that with this eye primer, the eyeshadows seems to hold up and blend even better. I honesty don’t usually apply eye primer for my lids but with this cute little tube Lorac behind the scenes eye primer, I got to try it, right! Which I did! (giggle!!!)
The color swatches on these shadows doesn’t seems to appear very vibrant especially the light shades of white/cream/taupe/lt pink/ mauve on the top section and nude/champagne and lt bronze were pretty pale. The white/cream and pink looked very similar in pinkish tone while the nude/champage/taupe and mauve have quite the same similarity as well in terms of the peachy tones.
I really love the gold/pewter/garnet/deep purple and slate in the darker shades of shimmer and sable/expresso and black in matte finish.
They were all beautiful colors and I really love the rich pigments of these formula. As the weather turns colder, my makeup choice seems to be leaning towards to a little bit of shimmery and glittery shadow palettes. Probably also because of the holiday seasons but for now I’ll be wearing more shimmer makeup look.
For the price of $42.00 a palette for a high end eyeshadow, I believe it is reasonably price. It has beautiful 16 color shadows and they are all wearable. The light shades can be wore for daytime and the more shimmer ones for a night out. The quality of this product is amazing and it’s very easy to carry since it’s very light and a nice size mirror for me to check my beautiful eyes when needed.
The eyeshadow look – I used the sample Lorac Pro eye primer which was included in the packaging. The color shades I used for this look were the Garnet for the lids, Deed Purple for the crease and Lt Bronze as highlighter. Finished it with my Prestige waterproof eyeliner in Granite. I didn’t wear the mascara yet for this look because I wanted to focus on the eyeshadows more. Lovely, isn’t it!!!
Which color shades do you like best from this shadow palette?
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