Lorac PRO Palette 3
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I am a school teacher, so I try to keep most of my daytime looks pretty neutral. This palette is perfect for that. My favorite shades are Light Pewter and Rose Bronze. They are beautiful on the lid and they go with so many of my outfits. Dark brown, Cool Taupe, and Clay are excellent crease colors and Terracotta makes a nice transition shade. I use Canvas and Blanc to set my eyeshadow primer. And Light Gold and Almond Pearl make for beautiful brow bone highlights. The only shade that’s a real dud for me is Medallion, which is a shame because it’s a lovely color. But it comes out chunky and sheer... it’s weird.
Anyway, as you can tell by my photo, this is a very loved palette! The packaging is light, so it gets dirty easily, but it’s actually been great to travel with. I know this palette doesn’t always get the greatest reviews (especially compared to the other Lorac pro palettes) but it’s a winner in my book!
The shadows are quite a bit powdery. I don't really have an issue with fallout, but you definitely have to be gentler with your brush when picking up color. Most of the colors are wins and blend well, though sometimes a little too well. I found the black to be a bit too powdery and it was easy to blend it away to a forgotten gray.
It requires a different hand when applying than the original. I'd say it's closer to ABH's Modern Renaissance in texture than the Pro Palette.
Everyone should have a palette like this on hand, but use with a primer!
It came with the lorac primer which I wasn’t s huge fan of, I noticed the shades got oily with that primer so I used a different one and the shadows lasted all day.
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