When I was in Vegas last year, I tried to hunt down an Ulta to buy the oh-so-famous Lorac Pro Palette but unfortunately I couldn't get my hands on it and so I gave up trying to get it. It was not until a few months ago when I came across the Labelle UK website and it was in stock!
Lorac is a brand we can't get here in the UK, so when I saw it on the website I instantly put it in my basket and I could not wait for it to arrive. It contains 16 shades, which are both matte and shimmer equally in a slim and compact palette. The one thing I was really interested in was 'is it really buttery soft' like all American YouTubers have been saying? And to be honest, it really is!
As you can see from the swatches above, they are pretty pigmented and this is without using a primer. It contains all the shades you will need on an everyday basis and I have found that they are very easy to blend and they last all day, without fading. The only strife is that the shades 'expresso' and 'black' are switched around and I did not notice this until now, as I am writing this post but that's just my OCD coming out a little but the palette still works - haha!
It also comes with the mini Behind The Scene eyeshadow primer and I have tried this primer and it is pretty good. I have heard people comparing this to the UD Naked palettes and whilst I have both Naked 1 and 3, I would say that it is similar to Naked 1 but I have found that in this palette you get a wider variety of colour like 'white', 'pewter' and 'garnet', both of which are stunning!
Lorac Pro Palette // £42