Lorac Mega Pro Palette 2

Happy Friday the 13th!! I’m very excited about this post because this is my very first item from Lorac ever. Last week while I was walking around Ulta trying to find the perfect gift for my sister’s 21st birthday, I saw that they still had the Lorac Mega Pro Palette 2. I don’t know if any of you remember when the first one came out. It sold out very quickly and was very difficult to get a hold of. I know I was bummed when I couldn’t find it.

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A little about the palette. It has 32 shadows, 16 mattes and 16 shimmers. One of my favorite things about the overall packaging is the tips included on the back of the box. There are three different eye shadow looks. One is strictly matte, one is strictly shimmer, and the third is a combination of both. I also love the shade of blue used.  Also, all of the shadows can be used wet or dry. I am hesitant to use anything wet and dry because I don’t always have the best of luck with it.

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My overall opinion of the layout and the variety of shades offered are amazing. There are plenty of neutrals, to create endless neutral everyday looks. Now for the fun colors as I like to call them. I am normally a nude, neutral eye look type girl. This palette makes me really excited to try out something new and out of my comfort zone. At first glance, I’m really excited to start playing around with melon, tangerine, forest, goji, cabernet, blue quartz and gold leaf. I have a feeling that gold leaf will be used a ton this holiday season!

Have you tried this palette out yet? What are your thoughts? I hope that you enjoy this intro to the palette. Look out for new looks and a full review coming soon!! Have a great weekend!

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