LORAC PRO Palettes: Revamped + Reformulated for Holiday 2020

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LORAC PRO Palette: Soleil
LORAC PRO Palette: Soleil
LORAC PRO Palette: Noir
LORAC PRO Palette: Noir
LORAC PRO Palette: Meraki
LORAC PRO Palette: Meraki
LORAC PRO Palette: Simmering
LORAC PRO Palette: Simmering
LORAC PRO Palette: Sparkling
LORAC PRO Palette: Sparkling
LORAC PRO Palettes: Revamped + Reformulated for Holiday 2020
LORAC PRO Palettes: Revamped + Reformulated for Holiday 2020
LORAC PRO Palette: Soleil
LORAC PRO Palette: Noir
LORAC PRO Palette: Meraki
LORAC PRO Palette: Simmering
LORAC PRO Palette: Sparkling
LORAC PRO Palettes: Revamped + Reformulated for Holiday 2020

Release Date + About the Launch

Introducing the new era of our legendary PRO Palettes, now with an upgraded formula and a new re-usable packaging design. Amped-up and reinvented with professional makeup artists. Created for optimal artistry, the lightweight palette includes an oversized mirror, magnetic pans and a LORAC Key for easy depotting and customizing.

Now at LORAC, 10/4 at Ulta

Products in the Launch

Soleil PRO Palette, $35.00 (New, Permanent)

  • Warm vanilla Soft beige matte
  • Pink Beige Warm ginger matte
  • Nectar Light peach matte
  • Opal Champagne shimmer
  • Soft Pearl Warm pink metallic
  • Aurora Soft copper metallic
  • Sand Dune Light camel matte
  • Morocco Soft terracotta matte
  • Cinnamon Warm brown matte
  • Quartz Golden brown shimmer
  • Mirage Bronze with an emerald shimmer
  • Desert Rose Rose gold shimmer
  • Red Cedar Warm reddish brown matte
  • Saffron Dusty burgundy matte
  • Ash Brown Dark chocolate brown matte
  • Mohave Copper metallic
  • Warm Honey Golden metallic
  • Euphoria Bronze with pink shimmer

Noir PRO Palette, $35.00 (New, Permanent)

  • Ecru Warm ivory matte
  • Soft Taupe Soft cool brown matte
  • Sable Warm deep brown matte
  • Burgundy Reddish plum matte
  • Smoke Deep ash brown matte
  • Ink Jet black matte
  • White Diamond Sheer sparkle
  • Whisper Soft beige shimmer
  • Primrose Light copper shimmer
  • Lust Caramel shimmer
  • Silver Moon Warm pewter
  • Rendezvous Brown with silver sparkle
  • Stardust Soft peach with silver sparkle
  • Dahlia Bronze with pink shimmer
  • Whisky Brown with golden shimmer
  • Onyx Smoky grey shimmer
  • Majestic Gunmetal sparkle
  • Black Violet Deep aubergine

Meraki PRO Palette Artist Edition,

From the time LORAC was founded in 1995, the brand has approached makeup artistry with the concept of Meraki in mind – doing things with soul, creativity, love and devotion. On our 25th anniversary, we are proud to share our first-ever Artist Edition Palette, curated with a selection of 25 of LORAC’s most-loved shades by artists around the world.

  • Cream Pale ivory matte
  • Sand Soft custard matte
  • Canvas Light beige matte
  • Brulee Soft peach nude matte
  • Light Brown Soft taupe matte
  • Cashmere Ivory pearls himmer
  • Rose Soft rose gold shimmer
  • Candlelight Warm bronze shimmer
  • Champagne Pale pink shimmer
  • Smokey Topaz Warm taupe shimmer
  • Cool Taupe Grey brown matte
  • Terracotta Warm camel matte
  • Clay Light toffee matte
  • Mauve Pale lilac matte
  • Dusty Plum Purple mauve matte
  • 3-D Mension Brownish plum shimmer
  • Gold Golden honey shimmer
  • Brown Sugar Warm brown shimmer
  • Rose Quartz Primrose shimmer
  • Cocoa Deep brown with pink and purple shimmer
  • Corduroy Dark cool brown matte
  • Cognac Tawny brown matte
  • Suede Reddish chestnut matte
  • Espresso Deep walnut matte
  • Jet Black Black matte

Sparkling Mini PRO Palette, $15.00 (New, Permanent)

  • Nectar Light peach matte
  • Light Brown Soft taupe matte
  • Mauve Pale lilac matte
  • Opal Champagne sparkle
  • Aurora Soft copper shimmer
  • Cocoa Deep brown with pink and purple shimmer

Simmering Mini PRO Palette, $15.00 (New, Permanent)

  • Canvas Light beige matte
  • Terracotta Warm camel matte
  • Suede Reddish chestnut matte
  • Cashmere Ivory pearl shimmer
  • Candlelight Warm bronze shimmer
  • Warm Honey Golden shimmer


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Christina D. Avatar

Not very long ago, I got rid of all of my LORAC Pro Palettes, primarily because they were old but also because I wasn’t crazy about the formula; they were just okay. I admit to being interested in these new palettes but if I can wait until a trusted source reviews them (hint, hint) and gives good marks, I would consider a purchase (or two or three). I find the brand has changed — and not for the better — since they were sold but the eyeshadow palette junkie in me will keep an open mind.

CatG Avatar

So interesting. I also feel the company has changed but I LOVE their older formula!! Of course I wouldn’t buy anything new without a review nowadays though.

Francesca Avatar

I never own something from lorac, but I remember that some years ago it was quite famous for it neutral palette. At that time Lorac pros seemed to be the only palette that can challenge Ud’s Naked 1,2 and 3. It is my impression or the used to be on an higher price range? Aren’t they lowering their prices now? That’s strange

Cynthia Avatar

My only experience with Lorac Eyeshadows was through their Pro 2 palette. I always heard good things about the Unzipped palettes but was never enticed to buy one given that I was not impressed by the quality of the palette I owned. I ended up decluttering it because I found the eyeshadows would have a tendency to blend away and fade throughout the day.

These look really enticing but I would be curious to see how they have updated their formulas. The shimmers look like ones that have a lot of slip to them and would be challenging to work with using a brush.

Brenda Avatar

I really want to pick up the Meraki Pro Palette as that speaks the most to me, especially since they didn’t do a Mega palette last year. I’m waiting to see swatches (there are none on the website…) and see how I feel. I would love to see a review!

Logan Avatar

I’m super nostalgic for the old Pro Palettes now! I always wanted them and everyone was using them on youtube for so long.

Simmering looks so nice. The last thing I need is yet another palette lol, but I’d use all six shades.

Veronica Avatar

Ooohhh! I was debating on whether I should buy the Natasha Denona Glam palette… I think I will get the Noir instead, and maybe even the Soleil.

Christine, do you think you will review these?

Please? ?

Genevieve Avatar

This is really interesting. I just hope (and pray) that formula for these revamped pro palettes is as good, if not better, than the originals. And sometimes when brands ‘revamp’ it is not for the better….
However, these look pretty stunning. I am not quite sure which one I like the best. I have the Lorac Pro Metals palette and it is the only one I have ever bought a back up for, it is so good.

CatG Avatar

I haven’t bought from Lorac in so long but I’m open to being persuaded if these get positive reviews!! I think $35 is very fair and I think I’d go for the Noir one. I used to love Lorac and adored their formula for the Lorac Pro, Lorac Pro 2 and Mega Pro. I’ll keep my fingers crossed. First thing for the holidays I might really love.

Z Avatar

I’m really in to this. Like a lot of people I’m sick of pink and want some good, old-fashioned browns brought back. Noir is calling my name and Simmering is the right size for me to feel good about buying a more reddy/orangey palette. I like Lorac quality and am still bummed I went through a depotting phase many years ago and tore apart my two favorite palettes from her (those little limited edition snakeskin ones).

Z Avatar

Replying to myself. Noir is only $35?? Hell yeah I’ll pick it up! I’m so sick of $50+ eyeshadow palettes, particularly as in recent years they’re in color stories with a lot of compromise for me.

Well done, Lorac!

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