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Lorac Pro To Go Palette

December 21, 2014

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Are you a girl on-the-go or someone that escapes the city for quick weekend getaways? I am too. I spend a lot of my time in Seattle mostly on the weekend because it’s such a gorgeous city, and while I have the tendency to pack my entire house for maybe only 1-2 nights away, I tend to do this more with my beauty collection. I may or may not have separation anxiety. You never know where you’ll be finding yourself from one time of the day to the next and I always feel severely unprepared if I don’t at least pack up 85% off my entire collection. Crazy right? When Lorac released their PRO To Go Palette, it was their answer to every traveling/busy girl’s woes on how to seamlessly transition from one thing to the bext. Not to mention, their answer to simplify packing up beauty essentials by combining day-to-night eyeshadows, two universal blushes and a bronzer into one sleek, purse-friendly palette. It was a solution to my weekend getaway problems.

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It’s rare for me to say that I love every single shade that comes in a palette, there’s always at least one redheaded stepchild that will never be used. But, I can say that I love every shadow in this palette and have used them all so far. The colors have a creamy texture which deposit instantly and glide on smooth, however much pigmented they appear and are, once applying it is revealed how subtle they really are. Not to mention, buildable which is always a plus with shadow colors. Gorgeous rich warm hues that blend beautifully for that perfect eye for day or night. As per usual for Lorac, superior quality. The shade that I was excited for the most was Chai, and it surely didn’t disappoint. A perfect color for day and night time.

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Both the pink and coral blush shades are the most worn and universal tones of blush on the market, which is why including both was a smart move on Lorac’s part. They are very complimentary and would definitely flatter any skin tone. I’m also very elated with the bronzer which can be used for both a refined contour as well as a touch of sunkissed glow all over. What makes me love this bronzer in particular is the fact that it’s a lighter shade that can be layered to intensity, and doesn’t look so shocking upon first application unlike some bronzers do. Usually I have issues finding a bronzer not too light or too dark, this one is right in between and could not be a more welcomed addition to my bronzer game.

It’s also worth mentioning that this palette comes with 2 handy brushes so you can apply, line and blend all at the same time. 

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