Sneak Peek: LORAC Black Skinny Eyeshadow Palette Photos & Swatches

LORAC Black Skinny Eyeshadow Palette
LORAC Black Skinny Eyeshadow Palette

Next up in our Sunday sneak peeks, we have LORAC Black Skinny Eyeshadow Palette ($15.00 for 0.45 oz.), which has seven eyeshadows that lean neutral-to-cool and have a neutral, smoky bent. Most of them are on the matte side!

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LORAC Black Skinny Eyeshadow Palette
LORAC Black Skinny Eyeshadow Palette

LORAC Black#1 Eyeshadow
LORAC Black#1 Eyeshadow

LORAC Black#1 Eyeshadow
LORAC Black#1 Eyeshadow

LORAC Black#2 Eyeshadow
LORAC Black#2 Eyeshadow

LORAC Black#2 Eyeshadow
LORAC Black#2 Eyeshadow

LORAC Black#3 Eyeshadow
LORAC Black#3 Eyeshadow

LORAC Black#3 Eyeshadow
LORAC Black#3 Eyeshadow

LORAC Black#4 Eyeshadow
LORAC Black#4 Eyeshadow

LORAC Black#4 Eyeshadow
LORAC Black#4 Eyeshadow

LORAC Black#5 Eyeshadow
LORAC Black#5 Eyeshadow

LORAC Black#5 Eyeshadow
LORAC Black#5 Eyeshadow

LORAC Black#6 Eyeshadow
LORAC Black#6 Eyeshadow

LORAC Black#6 Eyeshadow
LORAC Black#6 Eyeshadow

LORAC Black#7 Eyeshadow
LORAC Black#7 Eyeshadow

LORAC Black#7 Eyeshadow
LORAC Black#7 Eyeshadow

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If I didn’t already have the original PRO Palette, I’d be all over this! Still, it’s nice to see a cooler-toned neutral palette without the obligatory bronze/gold shade…

I wonder if this palette is going to be as “exclusive” as the other skinny palettes. Which make it kinda heard to get.

I had the Skinny Navy (I think) and it was nowhere near the quality of the Pro palettes. At $15 I’m thinking this may be the same. Too bad, this one has every pan that I would use…if they made a pro palette with these shades I would spend double to have it!

Looks like a nice alternative to the UD Naked Basics palettes! I feel like you could make more complete looks than with the UD ones since it has a slightly shimmery shade to highlight or use on the lid. The price is right too, as long as the quality is there.

I usually always love Lorac, but this looks really patchy and pooly pigmented. So sad. Another smokey vibed palette that disappoints. It’s as if they are all going downhill after UD Naked Smoky, and by the looks of this, much worse.

Lorac has been killing the palette game lately lol. Thankfully, I already have (and love) my original Pro Palette so I can safely dodge all these new releases. This one looks like a solid everyday palette though. I’d probably add it to my collection if I didn’t already have my Pro Palette

I have to admit that the skinny palette’s don’t swatch great (I have the plum and the navy) but they do work well on the eyes, I think they blend nicely and the shade selections really work well together. These do seem a bit patchy but my experience has been better in practice than in swatching, which I prefer 100x more than when something swatches so nicely but doesn’t translate well on the eyes.

I was hoping I could get a side by side of the taupe from the skinny palette and the taupe from the first pro palette. The taupe from the original palette was my holy grail crease color but I don’t want to spend $42 to buy a palette that I only like one color.

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