My favorite thing about makeup is the fact that it can help you transform your look. With neutral eyeshadows you can create an everyday daytime look but once you put on a red lipstick, you are immediately transformed into a sexy confident bombshell beauty.
That trasformation using makeup is the main idea behind the Summer collection from Lorac. With two gorgeous palettes- Dream Girl and Heartbreaker, you can dress up your eyes and create your “alter ego”. Dream Girl palette is perfect for a soft sunny look with beautiful yellow and orange shades or a dreamy look with garden greens and purples.
The Heartbreaker palette features more seductive and flirty shades of pink, purples and sultry shimmery browns. And that’s the palette I was immediately drawn to. This beautiful, Ulta exclusive, palette retails for $24.00 and consists of 10 vibrant and wearable shades.
Having reviewed other Lorac palettes before- Pro 2 Palette and Unzipped Gold Palette, where both delivered superior quality, rich pigmentation and excellent longevity, I expected nothing less from Heartbreaker. And I was not disappointed. Everything that I look for in my eyeshadows is there yet again. The eyeshadows apply like butter, are really smooth, create no fallout, they blend easily and deliver beautiful pigmentation in just one or two swipes.
I absolutely love the vibrant hot pink packaging with rubberized texture and a big mirror inside. And I love the fun selection of colors- you have got matte and pearl highlighting shades, sultry shimmery chocolate browns, a matte transitional brown, a delicate pink, a vibrant purple, gorgeous blues and a sparkly silver. My personal favorites are the purple shade (third from the left in the palette) and the glittery chocolate brown (the first on the right in the palette). The shadows allow you to create a number of different looks for day and night and even if your goal is not breaking a guy’s heart, he and others around you will definitely be mesmerized by your eyes!
What is your makeup Alter Ego? Are you more of a Dream Girl or Heartbreaker palette kind of girl? What do you think of this palette?
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