LORAC Skinny Palette in Nude

I found this palette on Zappos for $15...15 BUCKS! So, I ordered it. And it's sister in Navy. Couldn't help it. I have both the LORAC Pro & Pro 2 palettes and think that the quality and pigmentation are both great so I had high hopes for these Skinny Palettes. I was not disappointed.

As with my other LORAC palettes, the shadows are a combination of matte and shimmer finishes. There are 3 mattes in this palette and the rest are on the shimmer spectrum. They are highly pigmented and very blendable. The only shade that is a less pigmented than the rest is the gold tone, #2. Less pigmented but still a beautiful sheer gold. I've been using it as a soft lid/inner corner shade and it has worked out beautifully. I love #5, a coppery hue. I've used this shade on the lid and also have applied it very lightly above my crease shade for a warm glow.

I use several shade to create a warm neutral look. #2 on the lid, a combo of #3 & #4 in the crease, #7 in the outer corner, #1 on the brow bone and #6 on the lower lash line (not shown).

I'm really glad that I picked up the LORAC Skinny Palette in Nude even though I have a plethora of neutral palettes (theBalm Nude 'Tude, UD Naked, Naked 2, Naked 3 and Naked Basics and Maybelline The Nudes palette) to choose from in my collection. This shades are beautiful and quality is superior. Go get you one!



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