Lorac Pro Palette Review

Lorac Pro Palette Review- Samiskha Danish

Lorac Pro Palette

 

Lorac Pro Palette Review - Samiksha Danish
Lorac Pro Palette Review – Samiksha Danish

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Top Row: White (Matte), Cream (Matte), Taupe (Matte), Lt. 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)

 

Lorac Pro Palette ($42.00 for 16 x 0.02 oz.; 1 x 0.19 oz.).It comes in 16 shades, half shimmery and half matte, plus with a mini behind the scenes  eye Primer  I have been using this palette for almost a year now and can I say WOW. As a makeup artist you need something that you can rely on at any GIVEN point, this palette is one of that.

Description ( As per their website )

In the UAE , I bought mine from LayLam  for AED 250.

LORAC PRO PALETTE

Go PRO with the LORAC PRO Palette! Created by celebrity makeup artist Carol Shaw, this PRO artistry palette is packed with 8 Shimmer and 8

Matte Eye Shadows in all the shades you need to create the hottest looks straight from the Red Carpet. LORAC’S velvety-smooth shadows are infused with soothing botanicals and are ultra-pigmented to perform wet or dry so you can shade, shadow, line and define your eyes, just like a PRO.

PRO Palette Contains 16 Eye Shadows and a Mini Behind The Scenes Eye Primer for stay-true color that lasts, a PRO must-have!

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These eye shadows can be applied both wet and dry and they last up to 12 hours , when applied with its primer. This may vary depending on your eyelid oil secretion . When worn without a primer, it lasts up to 8 hours with a few creasing  here and there.  The palette has a mix of both cool and warm shades in a neutral with a bunch of bold shades.

 

 

Lorac Pro Palette Review- Samiskha Danish
Lorac Pro Palette Review- Samiskha Danish

 

White :  Its a matte- finish eye shadow , which does not look chalky against my Indian skin. Usually white eye shadows look ashy against my skin, but not this one. I use this to highlight my brow bone

Cream : Its a matte eye shadow and is one of my least used eye shadow from the palette. I just don’t find myself using it, maybe because its a little hard to blend than the other eye shadows.

Taupe: Its a medium brown, matte eye shadow that I use on my crease as a transition color. Its one f my  most used eye shadow from the palette as its really easy to blend and has a pretty good pay off

Lt. Pink- Its alight pink matte eye shadow, like Cream, I don’t find myself reaching out for this color. You can use this to blend out harsh edges or even to lighten any eye shadow. But I don’t find myself using it.

Mauve: Its a Plum-Pink matte eye shadow that has a descent payoff. I find it to be a little powdery when applied on its on without a primer.

Sable: For my skin tone, I find sable works really well on the crease, especially when I want to create a smooth transitioned look. Its a medium brown eye shadow that blends really well.

Espresso: Its a cool- toned brown matte eye shadow  that has a good pay off. When I’m looking to create  a soft smokey eye, I  use this instead of black.

Black : Honestly, its not really  black. I’ve used eye shadows that are really dark and black. This works well for blending and I find that it sometimes has fall outs.

Nude : Its a frosted eye shadow that works wonderfully with either a wet or a dry brush. I love to use this for my inner corner, as it instantly brightens the eyes

Champagne: Its a rose- tinted frosty eye shadow, that i use again for my inner tear duct.

Gold : Its a rich shimmery metallic gold eye shadow. I find that it sometimes has fall outs. I prefer using this with a wet brush than a dry as I find that it brings out its true color.

Lt. Bronze: Its a warm toned frosty eye shadow. I love using it as it is on my lids, with no other color. I find that it gives my eye that healthy glow. However, it sometimes can get a little powdery.

Pewter : Its a medium brown shimmery eye shadow which blends really easily when applied over a primer.

Garnet: This is my absolute favorite eye shadow of the lot. Its a coppery, reddish brown shimmery eye shadow that looks wonderful against my Indian skin tone. I love using it for both day and night looks.

Deep purple: Its shimmery purple eye shadow that has warm brown undertones. It has a pretty good pay off and blends in smoothly.

Slate : Its a shimmery  cool toned charcoal grey eye shadow.Its got a smooth texture with pretty descent pigmentation.

 

 

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