A Look Back at the Cult Favorite, Lorac PRO Palette

I rarely use eyeshadow these days. Oh heck, I’ve been too lazy to put any eye makeup on for the past two years or so. And if I do, I’d stick to mascara and/or a liquid eyeliner and that’s it.

A few weeks ago, though, I had time to kill while I was waiting for my bestfriend to come pick me up so I decided to play around and put on some eyeshadow. Of course, the one palette that I picked up is this — the Lorac PRO Palette.

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I’ve had this baby for years and it’s still as amazing as it has ever been. Granted, I won’t be able to compare it to many other palettes (especially new releases) but I will say that it really is a wonderful product.

I’m not sure if I’d ever buy another eyeshadow palette in my life because this baby is already more than enough for all the looks that I wanna do — which is mostly just neutral and maybe a few dark smokey eyes here and there.

(And of course I’m exaggerating about keeping this palette for the rest of my life — granted that I’d be alive for the next 20 years or so — because at some point, I know that I’d have to throw this away.)

There are very minimal fall outs when you tap your brush on the product. It’s not chalky or powdery. And of course, it’s super pigmented.

It doesn’t take me more than a good 10 minutes to create a decent eye look because they’re all so easy to blend.

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Maybe I’m not the person to comment on and review eyeshadows since I rarely, rarely use them but if you’re looking for a neutral palette with a decent amount of matte and shimmery colors, then I highly recommend this product.

It’s best for beginners and those who don’t want to make a big fuss on their shadow looks and just wants to keep it all neutral and “natural”.

LOOK BACK – I did this same thing weeks ago where I posted reviews of products that I already reviewed on my old beauty blog (which has now been set to private so don’t bother with it). These are products that I used then and still use until now. But I’m looking back at them to see if maybe, just maybe, my thoughts on each of these have changed over the years. Let’s see.
DAY 22/30 → #30DaysOfWriting challenge for the entire month of April. Also, check out the first time I took part in this challenge.


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