LORAC Mega Pro 4 is a limited edition eye palette that retails for $59.00 and contains 0.45 oz.
LORAC Mega Pro 4 Mega Pro Palette ($59.00 for 0.45 oz.) contains a whopping 32 eyeshadows housed in a slim, cardobard palette. There were some nicer shades in the palette but plenty of so-so ones and a few total misses. I tend to find that with the exception of the original Pro palettes (so mostly the Mega Pros), the formula runs more powdery/dusty and thin that it just rarely performs impressively on bare skin (which is how I test other powder eyeshadows). I did try working with the palette and some of the weaker shades over LORAC's own primer, and they were somewhat better--maybe 10-15% improvement--but nothing I'd want to reach for again willingly myself, even with the help of primer. The eyeshadows just didn't come together as well as they could have, and even the richer shades had a tendency to look more muted on the lid than in the pan over primer. It's not the worst palette I've ever used, but LORAC has and could do better.
P.S. -- LORAC has a habit of reusing names for colors that are not remotely similar, which I do find bizarre (particularly reusing shades from one Mega Pro to another without continuity), which is why some shade names include "Mega Pro 4" to specify that they are from this particular edition.
This limited edition PRO artistry palette is packed with 32 all new eye shadows in all the matte and shimmer shades you need to create the hottest looks straight from Hollywood. Lorac's velvety shadows are ultra-pigmented with maximum payoff to perform wet or dry so you can shade, shadow, define and line your eyes, just like a PRO.