Lorac Pro Palette: 5 Different Looks

I have so many palettes that it is hard to make sure that they all get equal loving. One of the things I do to try and get regular use out of them all is to pull one out and use it for an entire week. That way it gets used and I get to see how many different looks I can make with the palette. This post is about the Lorac Pro Palette. The website description: 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.


Please excuse my messy palette. It is only because it is so well-loved and used.


I do like this palette and it allows for some low key day looks as well as smoky evening looks. It is versatile and easy to work with. These are just a few of the looks I have created using this palette.

This is a very subtle, workday look. I used Lt. Bronze on my lid and Taupe in the crease. I highlighted my brow bone with Cream. I deepened and defined my crease with Pewter. I think this is a perfect look for a Monday morning at work. If you wanted more drama you could either deepen the crease or add a more dramatic lip color.

For Tuesday I did a warmer look to go with my lipstick and clothes. I used Taupe again in the crease. If I have any negatives with this palette it is the lack of matte shades that will work well in the crease. I highlighted my brow bone with White in this look. I used Gold on my lid and deepened the V with Garnet. I also used Garnet under my eyes. This is a nice, warm fall look that is appropriate for work.

I went with a deeper look on Wednesday and discovered that Sable makes a nice crease color as well. I used Lt. Pink on my brow bone. It is also a matte shade. For the lid I used Nude which is matte and to deepen the V I used Espresso. I also used Espresso on my lower lash line.


On Thursday I continued to experiment with different color combination in this palette. I used Sable again in the crease and Cream on my brow bone. For my lid, I used Champagne and it is a glitter shade. For my V and under eye lash line I used Deep Purple.

Friday’s look was a cool tones look and a bit smokier. I used Taupe in the crease for the look. I applied White to highlight my browbone and Garnet on my lid. To deepen the V I used Slate which I also used under my lower lash line.

I hope you have enjoyed the looks I created with this palette. The shadows are very pigmented and blend really well. This was my first high-end palette and it remains a favorite.It is versatile and high quality with creamy, rich shadows. There is no fallout or powdery residue. It may be an oldie but it is a goody.

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