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Friday, 22 March 2013

Lorac Pro palette: Swatches & Review


PURCHASED
Lorac Pro palette
The Lorac Pro palette retails for $42US or $55CAN, For 0.32 oz of eyeshadow product. The palette contain 16th small pans of different eyeshadow shades housed in alight weight palette.

Box with multi colour glitter applied
Back of box
Ingredient list
Palette with rubber finish
Back of palette
Inside of palette
Products: All these eyeshadows are richly pigmented. The matte are smooth to work with but not buttery in texture. The shimmer shades are buttery to work with  but are a drier formula compared to brands like Urban Decay and theBalm.

Colour:

Matte shades
White is a pure white with added white sparkle. The sparkle in sparse however so chances are you won't see it on application.
Cream is a light warm nude shade.
Taupe is a warm camel brown shade.
Light Pink is a pale slightly warm pink.
Mauve is a dusky rose shade.
Sable is a warm mid tone brown shade.
Espresso is a dark cool tone brown shade.
Black is a true black.

Shimmer shades
Nude is a frosty beige shade.
Champagne is a pink shimmer shade that slightly darker and cool tone then Nude.
Gold is a bronze metallic shade.
Lt. Bronze is a almost peachy nude tone with a frost finish.
Pewter is a warm taupe shade with a shimmer finish. (pewter is more silver pink to me ;) )
Garnet is a metallic copper shade.
Deep Purple is a blacken merlot with gold sparkle.
Slate is a rich cool tone metallic gunmetal shade.

Wear: The wear time on the eyeshadows for me on their own is 6 hours.
The primer that comes with this palette only lasts 8 to 9 hours for me as any eyeshadows are really faded within that ti me. But the primer does prevent creasing.

Packaging: is a Cardboard box base with a rubberized black skin cover, slim for only the eyeshadow pans are housed in it. The wording is burnt into the rubberized finish. 

Compare: The Naked palettes from Urban Decay contain 0.6 oz of eyeshadows product compare to the Lorac Pro palette at 0.3z oz. If you like the naked palettes you are getting a better deal in term of amount of product. 

Daylight swatches: White, Cream, Taupe, Light Pink, Mauve, Sable, Espresso, & Black
Flash swatches: White, Cream, Taupe, Light Pink, Mauve, Sable, Espresso, & Black
Daylight swatches: Nude, Champagne, Gold, Lt. Bronze, Pewter, Garnet, Deep Purple, & Slate
Flash swatches: Nude, Champagne, Gold, Lt. Bronze, Pewter, Garnet, Deep Purple, & Slate
I used White, Nude, Lt. Bronze and gold on the lids. Cream on the brow bone and tiny but of Taupe in the crease.

Verdict: This palette is my new baby!

Although I wish they added a light yellow gold instead of the Champagne (really you don't need two shimmer nudes) this has a nice range of shades that works will ALL skin tones. It's a much more universal palette then other brands have put out.

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