Lorac Pro2 Palette- review and look.

 

  • ProPalette2 (2 of 3)
  • ProPalette2 (1 of 3)
  • Swatches from L to R (Matte Shades): Buff, Lt Brown, Cool Grey, Nectar, Plum, Navy, Charcoal, Black.
    Swatches from L to R (Matte Shades): Buff, Lt Brown, Cool Grey, Nectar, Plum, Navy, Charcoal, Black.
  • Swatches from L to R (Shimmery Shades): Cocoa, Jade, Silver, Chrome. Mocha, Rose, Beige, Snow.
    Swatches from L to R (Shimmery Shades): Cocoa, Jade, Silver, Chrome. Mocha, Rose, Beige, Snow.
  • Lorac Pal (8 of 10)
  • Lorac Pal (5 of 10)

Lorac Pal (6 of 10)In today’s post I am bringing you another look at the latest release from Lorac- their Pro2 Palette. It’s a sequel to their cult favorite Pro Palette. The original palette is more warm toned, this one features cool toned shades. ProPalette2 (1 of 3)ProPalette2 (2 of 3)

Swatches from L to R (Shimmery Shades): Cocoa, Jade, Silver, Chrome. Mocha, Rose, Beige, Snow.

Swatches from L to R (Shimmery Shades): Cocoa, Jade, Silver, Chrome. Mocha, Rose, Beige, Snow.

Swatches from L to R (Matte Shades): Buff, Lt Brown, Cool Grey, Nectar, Plum, Navy, Charcoal, Black.

Swatches from L to R (Matte Shades): Buff, Lt Brown, Cool Grey, Nectar, Plum, Navy, Charcoal, Black.

The palette comes in a sleek grey compact with a beautiful silver logo on the front. Inside you find 16 shades, divided into 2 rows. The top row consists of 8 matte shades, the bottom one has 8 shimmery shades.

The thing that drew me immediately to this palette after I saw it in person is its amazing pigmentation. Each color gives you a full coverage of color after just one swipe. All the shades are buttery soft, easily bendable and they are just a dream to apply.

The selection of shades is great too. You can create neutral looks using the beige, brown and rose colors or you can add a pop of color with the plum, navy and green shades. Because the shadows come in two finishes the palette is extremely versatile and I can see it appealing to a wide range of people. I have been using my Pro2 Palette almost every day since I got it and every time I experiment with different color combinations and finishes.

Lorac Pal (3 of 10)The look I am going to show you today is a neutral look, perfect for every day wear, yet it’s elegant enough that it could be worn for a night out. To create the look featured in today’s post I started by applying The Behind The Scenes eye primer that comes with the palette. Next I applied a white shimmery shade in Snow all over my eyelid and underneath my eyebrow. Next I used a light brown Mocha shade and applied it to the mobile part of my eyelid and under my lower lashline. Next I applied a tiny bit of dark chocolate color in Cocoa to my outer corner and blended it into my crease. Cocoa is extremely pigmented so you really need to apply it with a light hand. Next, using a fluffy shading brush I applied peachy matte Nectar color above my crease blending it into the Mocha shade. Finally, I used a rose gold color in Rose and applied it to the inner corner of my eyelid gently blending it into the rest of the shadows. Brown gel eyeliner applied into my waterlines completes this eye look and I absolutely love the final result.

Lorac Pal (5 of 10)Lorac Pal (8 of 10) What do you think? Is it a look you would be willing to wear? Are you going to indulge in this gorgeous palette? I give it huge thumbs up and I am looking forward to playing with this palette more and to creating more looks. Agata, the founder and editor of Her and Makeup.