LORAC PRO Eyeshadow Palette
The original Lorac Pro Palette was the first eyeshadow palette I ever owned and it has remained my absolute favourite. Nothing has been able to top it! The colours are gorgeous and super pigmented- as you can see I've hit pan on a bunch of different shades including White, Cream, Taupe, Mauve (my favourite) and Nude. They blend really nicely too. I like that half the colours are matte and half the colours are shimmery, making it the perfect palette to travel with, especially with its sleek packaging, thin size and large mirror on the inside. It's also my go-to palette for doing someone else's makeup because it is so versatile and has a wide range of tones.
It's probably time for this one to be tossed in the garbage...not because I don't love it, but because I've had it for far too long. But it was the first high-end product I ever bought with my own money, and therefore holds sentimental value...
I like that it is matte and looks quite natural on the skin, adding just the right amount of warmth. I've even kept the brush it came with...which I honestly don't hate. I typically use it for contouring and carving out my cheekbones when I'm feeling super glam. The boxed packaging can be a little bulky, but I don't mind because the powder is so soft, smooth and worth it!
I don't care if the Internet craze for this product has ended...I still adore this blush! Sure, it may have more chunky glitters than some newer formulas on the market these days, but I truly love how it looks on my complexion. It's such a beautiful warm, peachy-pink with golden shimmers that make my cheeks look glow-y, fresh, and slightly highlighted. It's buildable and blends nicely without looking powdery. And while it is definitely more of a summer-time blush, I'm never shy to wear it in the winter too. I just love it so much!
This has been my go-to bronzer during summer 2017 and it's the product I most recently hit pan on. I've really enjoyed creating warmer looks and the terracotta shade is perfect! It's matte and surprisingly not too powdery (even though it's so inexpensive) and therefore looks quite natural on the skin.
Unfortunately, these blushes do not have names or numbers, but I've managed to hit pan on the shimmering peach shade second to the left on the top row. It's not the most finely milled powder I've ever used, but I'm a sucker for the colour! It's quite light but has subtle shimmers throughout and adds a nice, natural looking flush.