Lorac California Dreaming Eyeshadow Palette
Chunky sweaters and jewels, wind and white plush clouds, the glow of the sun and your toes in the sand. Lorac Los Angeles brings you an eye shadow palette that was inspired by all the things we love about the sunny city in late winder. This soft, universal eye shadow palette contains 12 matte and shimmer shades with a variety of highlight, crease, lid, and liner shades. Grab your sweater, sunglasses, and sandals and experience what Lorac has dreamed up for you.
- Hot Toddy
- Cable Knit
- Sand Castle
- Kitty Cat
- 65 Degrees
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- "I really love this eyeshadow pallete ... The colors are really pigmented.. This pallete is a must have will truly recommend this .." in 98 reviews
- "I recently received this as a gift and I totally had no clue it existed. I'm a HUGE fan on Lorac products; they never seem to disappoint. These shadows are neutral but still fun in my eye!" in 12 reviews
- "Love this palette so much! The shade are so pigmented and buttery. Each eyeshadow lasts all day when worn! I recently bought this palette and I can't stop using it :) I love how glittery the glitter shades are as well! " in 12 reviews
The darker shades (green and navy) are very difficult to work with, so I haven't tried a full look with those.
Some of the lighter shades and shimmers do work well and I can get a nice eye look with them. If you're newer to make up though, I would pass on this palette since it's kind of difficult to work with.
I would love for them to reformulate this palette and re-release it because I think its the most unique and fun one I have seen in a long time. I'm just disappointed the shades don't look the same on the lid as they do in the pans.
The only issue I have had with this pallet is it is is even more powdery than my other Lorac eyeshadow pallets.
I already know Lorac is powdery, and kicks back a lot, but this particular pallet had a couple of shadows that pretty much just fell apart right after I started using them. Just a couple uses in, and the metallic shadow hit pan.
I will continue to use Lorac eyeshadows, the blendability and color payoff will always be there. But I will be more careful next time to read reviews and test them out prior to purchasing.
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