Monday, July 29th, 2013

LORAC Pro Palette
LORAC Pro Palette

LORAC Pro Palette ($42.00 for 16 x 0.02 oz.; 1 x 0.19 oz.) consists of sixteen eyeshadows (half are shimmery, half are matte), plus a travel-sized Behind the Scenes Eye Primer, which comes in a squeeze-tube. The eyeshadows are supposed to be “ultra-pigmented” and can be applied wet or dry. What I like is that they’ve included the primer so you can get “stay-true color that lasts,” rather than tout the eyeshadows as forever-wearing on their own. Overall, the palette has good pigmentation, soft and smooth textures, and has a good mix of finishes (mattes and shimmers) in a neutral spectrum of colors–though there are a few bolder/richer shades included so it’s not merely a mix of beige and brown. When I wore the eyeshadows over LORAC’s primer, they lasted for ten hours without creasing or fading. When I wore them alone (and this is for reference and did not impact the rating, since it wasn’t a claim LORAC does make the claim that their eyeshadow formula, generally, is “long-lasting”), they lasted eight hours well and showed some light fading after nine hours of wear.

White is a crisp, slightly cool-toned white with a matte finish. The texture is soft, a bit powdery, and does look a little chalky against my skin tone (but blended out, with other shades–I used it mixed with Cream–or on paler skin tones, it should be fine). Sugarpill Tako is similar. bareMinerals Cumulus is cooler-toned. Make Up For Ever #00 is similar. Inglot #373 is also similar. Inglot #318 is a touch cooler. Bobbi Brown White is similar as well. See comparison swatches.

Cream is a pale beige with subtle, warm undertones and a matte finish. It was the least pigmented shadow of the sixteen; the texture was a little stiff and dry, so it was a bit hard to get good color payoff. theBalm Adagio is very similar. Urban Decay Kinky is cooler-toned, lighter. Urban Decay Anonymous is comparable. Urban Decay Walk of Shame is slightly cooler-toned. NARS Biarritz is warmer. MAC Sahara Dust is more shimmery. Bobbi Brown Ivory is cooler-toned. See comparison swatches.

Taupe is a warm-toned, medium-dark brown with a hint of gray and a matte finish. It had good color payoff, and the texture was soft, smooth, and blendable. Urban Decay Beware is warmer. theBalm Allegro is lighter. NARS Flowers 3 #3 is more shimmery. MAC Caramel Sundae is more shimmery. MAC Aurora is more shimmery. Estee Lauder Bronze Dunes #4 is darker. Inglot #360 is slightly darker. Inglot #337 is a touch lighter and warmer. See comparison swatches.

Light Pink is a pale, light pink with cool undertones and a matte finish. It had good color payoff, but it was slightly powdery. theBalm Matt Chung is lighter. NARS Bouthan #1 is warmer. MAC Young Venus is more shimmery. Chanel Variation #1 is more shimmery. See comparison swatches.

Mauve is a muted, pink-plum with a matte finish. It had really nice color payoff, and the texture was very soft but a touch powdery. NARS Charade #1 is warmer, more shimmery. Illamasqua Forgiveness is darker. Inglot #344 is warmer. Bobbi Brown Dusty Lilac is similar. Le Metier de Beaute Icon is similar. See comparison swatches.

Sable is a medium-dark, warm-toned brown with a matte finish. It had very nice pigmentation and applied evenly and smoothly. NARS Surabaya #2 is more shimmery, warmer. NARS Flowers 3 #4 is more shimmery. MAC Take Root is more shimmery, cream product. Guerlain Turandot #4 is more shimmery. Estee Lauder Violet Underground #2 is more shimmery. Inglot #327 is warmer. See comparison swatches.

Espresso is a deep, dark taupe–a cool-toned, gray cast overwhelms the very dark brown base. It has a mostly matte finish. It had good color payoff, but the texture was slightly stiff. MAC Diamond Dove is warmer. bareMinerals Foreshadow is slightly lighter. See comparison swatches.

Black is medium-dark black with a matte finish. It had decent to good color payoff, and it is best applied by patting on, then blending, to maximize the intensity. theBalm Serious,  MAC Carbon, and Estee Lauder Violet Underground #4 are all similar.  See comparison swatches.

Nude is a warm, champagne beige with a frosted finish. It had nice color payoff and applied smoothly. MAC Smokeluxe #1 is warmer. theBalm Promiscuous Pearl is similar. Urban Decay Skimp is less shimmery. MAC Shroom is more beige. Illamasqua Slink is similar. Dior Fairy Golds #1 is similar. Chanel Raffinement is also similar. See comparison swatches.

Champagne is slightly rose-tinted and champagne-colored. Between this and Nude, there isn’t much of a noticeable difference–at least on my skin tone. It had fairly good color payoff, and the texture was soft and smooth. Urban Decay Skimp is less shimmery. MAC Call Me Bubbles is less shimmery. Illamasqua Slink is similar. Chanel Raffinement is similar. See comparison swatches.

Gold is a rich, medium-dark copper with a frosted, slightly metallic, finish. The color payoff was excellent, and the texture was soft and buttery. Marc Jacobs The Starlet #4 is more orange. Guerlain Cuivre Ora is darker. Urban Decay Penny Lane is lighter. NARS Isolde #1 is similar. MAC Campfire is more metallic, lighter. Guerlain Calligraphy #2 is less frosted, lighter. See comparison swatches.

Light Bronze is a warm-toned peach with yellow undertones and a frosted finish. It had nice pigmentation, and the texture was very soft but a smidgen powdery. Disney Splendid is lighter. MAC Summer Haze is darker. MAC All That Glitters is slightly darker. See comparison swatches.

Pewter is a medium-dark brown with mostly neutral undertones–the top layer seems almost cool-toned, but the undertone seems slightly golden. It had good color payoff, and the texture felt soft and buttery, though a tiny bit powdery. Marc Jacobs The Starlet #3 is very similar. Dior Fairy Golds #5 is less shimmery. MAC Havana is warmer. Urban Decay Snakebite is darker, yellower. MAC Friendly is warmer, redder. Le Metier de Beaute Autumn Rust is more golden. Urban Decay Bewitch is less shimmery. See comparison swatches.

Garnet is a medium-dark, muted copper with reddish-brown undertones and a metallic sheen. It had fantastic pigmentation and applied evenly and smoothly. theBalm Racy Kacy is similar. NARS California is also similar–slightly redder. MAC In the Sun is redder. MAC Rusty is a cream product. MAC Deep Fixation is less shimmery, warmer. MAC Ever Elegant is darker. Burberry Dark Spice #3 is browner. See comparison swatches.

Deep Purple is a blackened purple with subtle, warm brown undertones and a dusting of plum micro-shimmer. It had a very pearly sheen–not quite a frost but more than a satin. It had nice color payoff, and it applied smoothly. Disney Wonder by Wonder is lighter. Illamasqua Queen of the Night is lighter. MAC Spellcaster is more matte. Giorgio Armani #3 is more metallic. See comparison swatches.

Slate is a deepened, cool-toned charcoal gray with flecks of teal micro-shimmer. It had good color payoff and had a smooth, buttery texture. Disney Flotsam is lighter. Urban Decay Ace isn’t as cool-toned. Make Up For Ever #1 is a cream product. Bobbi Brown Gunmetal is less shimmery. See comparison swatches.

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Overall, the palette has good pigmentation, soft and smooth textures, and has a good mix of finishes (mattes and shimmers) in a neutral spectrum of colors--though there are a few bolder/richer shades included so it's not merely a mix of beige and brown.

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LORAC Eyeshadows: Gold (inner lid), Light Bronze (middle of lid), Pewter (outer lid), Espresso (crease), Cream (brow)

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76 thoughts on “LORAC Pro Palette Review, Photos, Swatches

  1. Colleen

    This is hands-down one of my favorite palette releases ever. Dare I say I like this more than any of my Naked palettes?

  2. This was a lovely palette but ended up swapping it only because i could only see myself using the first half of it. lol The rest of the shade come out way to smoke on my fair skin for personally use. ;)

  3. Avatar of Chiara Chiara

    Hi Christine, I was really expecting this review from you because when I follow your suggestion I never fail.
    I was wondering: would you suggest buying this palette to a person who already owns both Naked and Naked2 Palettes by Urban Decay?
    Do you consider it something which compliments the 2 UD palettes or rather it would creat too much dupes in one’s stash?
    Thank you so much for your hard work and dedication!

    • I think it can complement rather than be overrun with dupes, only because there are eight mattes here. There will be some overlap (not necessarily exact dupes), though. If you use neutrals ALL the time, then it’s worth it – e.g. you use your N1 and N2 palettes regularly.

  4. Heard so many great things about this palette, it really is a gorgeous combo of shades. If only LORAC were cruelty-free, I’d buy this

    • Lily

      Catherine,

      I’m not sure if something’s changed, but the last time I checked, LORAC was cruelty -free. Cruelty-free statuses of companies seem to be changing lately with many quietly testing on animals in order to sell in China, so who knows anymore, but I’m pretty sure LORAC doesn’t. Hopefully that’s still the case!

      • Jessica

        Lorac states on their website that they do not conduct, condone, nor endorse testing on animals.

        • randi

          Yeah, companies can say that but there are no official FDA regulations for what cruelty-free actually means because there are so many stages of animal testing. and if they sell in China, they MUST be tested.

  5. What great colors, thank you for the detailed post!

  6. Avatar of Kimberly Kimmie T

    I am so happy you finally reviewed this palette! I love it! I think its great and I am glad it earned an A in your book! Keep up the great work Christine!!

  7. I am forever wishing I got this instead of the Naked palettes, which are nice, but good god I do not need 18 sparkly shades.

  8. Brenda

    I’ve had this palette for a little over a year and it’s the best investment I made. I’ve hit pan in many shadows and fully intent to repurchase once done. All the colors are brilliant and you have everything you need at hand from a professional look, to a day Summer look and sultry smoky nights.

  9. Those look quite amazing! I’m usually not a fan of matte eyeshadows but those look quite nice to work with. Those shimmery one are absolutely STUNNING! Especially Deep Purple and Slate. Gorgeous!

  10. I have and love this palette which is a terrific mix of colours and textures. My personal fav shade is the matte Mauve which is a really beautiful non-brown crease colour. I reach for it and the shimmer shade Champagne the most.

  11. Avatar of Ellie screamer77

    This is one of my favorite palettes ever.

  12. Avatar of Kim Kim

    Thansk Christine! This seems like a pretty good replacement after my UD Naked palettes go – for a good price.

  13. Thank you so much for reviewing this Christine! I’ve been eyeing the palette for a while now. I don’t really need any more eyeshadow (I’ve got UD’s Naked, Anniversary Palette, and the BareMinerals Star Treatment palette), but the range of matte shades here has me very tempted.

  14. Avatar of Laura TygerKitty

    $42 for 16 shadows seems nice… and I like the added pink and purple too! Lovely palette, I may have to pick this up!

  15. I’m SO glad you posted this! I literally looked up swatches for this palette 4 hours ago. I’ve been eyeing this palette for weeks now, and it’s more of a question of when I’m going to buy it rather than if I’m going to buy it. XD
    I guess I might have to just bite the bullet and get it now! Happy birthday to me, yeah? Haha.

  16. Avatar of Kristen Kristen

    I’d be interested to hear whether you would recommend this over one of the Naked palettes for a starter palette and/or an all-over go to palette. I’ve heard so many good things about this palette (and am so happy you finally reviewed it!), but already have the original Naked (and prefer warmer tones), so I’m not sure I can justify it!

    • If one prefers more matte textures, this is better since half are matte, while the UD palettes are more frosted overall (especially N1). N1 is much warmer, so there is that. Ideally, for a starter palette? I presume also someone newer to makeup, then frosts and shimmers are much, much easier to blend than mattes, so N1/N2 may still be the better route to go. I don’t think you can really go wrong with any of the three, though.

      • Avatar of Kristen Kristen

        Thank you Christine! Sigh, sounds like I’d better go ahead and get this one too. :) Maybe it will inspire me to get away from neutrals and try some color!

  17. This palette is so gorgeous! I’ve been searching for a palette with similar shades for so long, this is definitely going on my wishlist. Gold is stunning and Espresso would be perfect on my eyebrows!

  18. So everyone RAVES about this palette and I am really glad to see you review it. I actually dont own it, because I feel like I have a lot of these colors. But, I really love Lorac, and think its a great brand, I use their Natural Performance Foundation and think its amazing, better than MUFE HD and others that Ive tried.

  19. The “Champagne” shade in the palette is such a letdown for me! It’s a gorgeous color, but there’s noticeable glitters in mine which fall off of the eyelid into my eyes and it hurts like hell. The texture of these eyeshadows is a little more powdery and fallout-prone than I would prefer, but I still get a ton of use out of this palette (actually more than UD Naked1!).

    • rene

      yes….i agree…I BOUGHT THIS ..months back…RETURNED..IT …because the colors were powdery and chalky to me….overall nice…but id take UD NAKED 2 OVER THIS.

  20. I already own the two Naked palettes, so I really don’t need this. But that doesn’t stop me wanting it!! I expect I’ll probably buy it haha

  21. Avatar of Cat Cat G

    It’s a wonderful and well-loved palette, so glad it is reviewed here now! I will probably buy this one instead of N2.

  22. Such a gorgeous palette… I am looking online to see where I can get it as we speak :-)

  23. I’ve never bought any Lorac products so this might be a dumb question, but are any of these shadows sold on their own? i have all of the naked palettes and there are only a few in this one that i don’t have and that i would want.

    • I don’t think they’re sold on their own!

    • Avatar of Kristen Kristen

      I don’t know how similar it is to Lt Bronze (it looks similar to me), but I have LORAC Serenity (single eyeshadow) and it’s one of my absolute favorites.

    • Kati

      You can get the gold as a single (I have it). I’m not sure about the other shades. Serenity is similar to Lt. Bronze, but they’re not exactly the same (serenity is more of a champagne-y color than lt bronze is).

  24. I just bought the Lorac Pro Palette and I’m not thrilled with it .. the shimmers are really shimmery on the eye and the mauve color makes my eyes look like I got a two fisted punch. I’m so glad that I had a 20% off from Ulta because I don’t feel this palette is worth $42, especially in its cardboard container.

    Perhaps I’m using it wrong and will try the eye looks listed in this post. But I don’t know .. I kinda wish I bought the Naked 2 palette as I really like the Naked 1 quite a lot.

    Monica.

  25. Avatar of maryam Maryam

    hye christine
    hope u r awesome :) OMG OMG finally yayyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy christine reviews this palette u can’t even know how many times since one month while i was doing reviews of this lorac palette i can’t make my decision bcz u didn’t review then n finally i decided i will buy this in a few months when christine will do review it n then i will see what rating she will give then depending to her recommendation i will buy it n now here u are when i see you this blog post in my mail i started jumping lolxxxxxxxxxxxxx :) love u christine i have told you before n telling u now too u r such a sweet heart n always do honest reviews so i only depend on you :) <3 thanx a lot for finally reviewing it love u muahhhhhhhhh <3 n yup i will keep that in my mind that u said matte shades are not easy to blend for starters n this palette has mostly matte shades but i think overtime when i will practice more then there will be no problem? right n oh forgot to tell you i bought ud naked 1 on your recommendation n seriously christine i m loving that palette thanx you so muc for doing such a hard effort for us love you <3 :) always stay happy n blessed Ameen

  26. Avatar of Amy xamyx

    I have both Naked palettes, as well as Naked Basics, plus dozens of other neutrals in every finish, however this palette is still a “stand-out”. For some reason, I feel more polished and pulled together with this one, whereas I use my Nakeds for more casual/fun looks. I just feel these shades re more sophisticated & natural than any of my other neutrals.

    • Avatar of Jerrilyn Jan

      Me too. Some of the shades are a little powdery but I think it’s the one palette that creates pro like definition without trying. And the combing mattes and shimmers tends to be really flattering on most. Caution to those just buying this: the pigmentation of the darker shades will probably surprise you. Start with a light hand on the darker shades.

  27. eamenes

    Garnet is a spectacular color. Don’t discount it, my fellow pale, pale girls, as unwearably dark. Somehow it falls into a safe zone between the browns and the reds. It has become my standard summer shadow (and it’s causing me to rethink some of those less safe reds, oranges and fuchsias I hadn’t considered before…)

  28. Avatar of Veronica Veronica

    I think “Pewter” is closer to what I think of taupe than “Taupe” is, but all right. :P This is one gorgeous palette, though, and such a great mix of cool and warm shades. I’m glad to see that it’s permanent, too. :)

  29. I keep hearing a lot about this palette. It’s really nice!

  30. Avatar of Rad Rad

    I’m waiting to try mine – still in the post :( It looks like such a great palette. Probably the best I’ve seen in a while!

  31. I wish we could get this palette here in germany! this one is sooo amazing and mauve is such an awesome color!

  32. Jay

    This is absolutely my favorite palette! After being so disappointed and bored with the Naked 1 palette I am so so happy this came along. Its such great pigment on my AA skin. The shadows are a bit soft, but that doesn’t bother me at all.

  33. I like it but I wouldn’t buy it. Neutrals are great, don’t get me wrong, but I prefer the little pops of color from the palette over the entire palette.

  34. Thanks for reviewing this palette Christine! I’ve had my eye on it for a while and now I think I’ll actually purchase it.

  35. Lisa G

    I bought both the UD Naked palettes as soon as they were released and because I owned both, I waited to pick up The LORAC pro palette until a few months ago. Honestly, the LORAC palette gets all the use. I never really reached for either UD palettes because they are both shimmer overload for me. I love the LORAC pro palette so much, I’m thinking of getting rid of my barely used Naked 1 & 2. I love all the matte shades. The shimmer shades are excellent too, but the standouts for me are deep purple and slate.

  36. Avatar of ilona Ilona

    Thank you Christine for this review! I’m still thorn between the Lorac Pro and the UD N1… I would like to get a neutral palette for my everyday makeup… If I were to buy only one, which one would you recommand?

  37. This looks amazing! I’ve been putting it off because I have so many similar shades, though.

  38. rratstarr

    I just purchased this palette in the past week, and I noticed that the champagne color has fine silver glitter. It is more apparent when applying over a sticky base like Pixie Epoxy. Your closeup and swatch does not seem to have glitter from what I see in your pictures, so possibly a formula change?

  39. Sarah021

    in one of the UK websites this costs £43… almost double the price sold in the US ($42)!!!!! I understand there will be addition of 20% VAT, and maybe another import duty… but to cost almost double, is a rip off…. honestly, living here can be an overkill

  40. Avatar of Quinctia Quinctia

    Ahh…I really like Lorac’s formula, and I’m very glad this palette is popular, because I want them to keep making eyeshadow.

    But never grabbed this one myself, buying ONE UD Naked palette was already a bit overzealous for my color-wearing self.

  41. This review just makes me want to buy the palette even more! I’ve been trying to resist because I have both Nakeds and theBalm’s Nude ‘Tude.

    Have you tried the Lorac Unzipped Palette? How do you think they compare?

  42. zomg ive wanted this for so long but…now that i’ve accumlated more shadows in teh mean time i think i might have enough shades that are silmila :(

  43. Emily

    Cream is my all time favorite highlight shade!! I WISH they sold it on its own!

  44. gillian tunney

    Pewter is my all time favorite eyeshadow. I had a single before i had this palatte, i use it in almost every single look. I haven’t seen a taupe shade as awesome.

  45. I love this palette, it has such beautiful colors. more palettes should divide the shades into matte and shimmer like this one

  46. LMM

    Christine, if you were choosing between this and Naked Basics (looking for more mattes; I own Naked 2 as well), which would you opt for?

  47. Avatar of Denise Denise

    It is NOW at Ulta for $39!! Includes the primer plus a full size liquid liner…so worth it…so picking it up ASAP!!! :)

  48. Sara

    Thanks for this review. I’m torn between Lorac Pro Palette vs. Urban Decay Vice 2. Which one do you think has most versatility, better quality and all round great starters palett?? I noticed Vice 2 has a few neutrals along with its brights while Lorac Pro has no brights ( neutrals only). Thank you!!

  49. Avatar of Alicia Alicia

    Hi, Christine!

    I have naked 2, naked basics and the theodora palette…do you think that this palette would overflow my neutrals…or complement them? I am also thinking on buying the naked 3

    Thank your for your answer!

  50. Jenny

    Hi Christine, I’m worried because a lot of commentators say the shadows are powdery. Does it affect color payoff? I already have theBalm nud’tude and Vice 2, what do you think is a better addition to my collection Lorac Pro or N1/N2? I like shimmer but not glitter. The Vice 2 is kinda glitter overload for me.

  51. Carolyn

    Is it true that lorac pro palette will be discontinue?i can’t find it anymore from sephora website…thanks..