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PRO Palette

What it is: A professional palette featuring 16 ultra-pigmented eye shadows infused with soothing botanicals and a mini Behind The Scenes Eye Primer for stay-true color that lasts.What it does: Created by celebrity makeup artist Carol Shaw, this PRO artistry palette is packed with eight shimmer and eight matte eye shadows in all the shades you need to create the hottest looks straight from the red carpet. LORAC’S velvety smooth shadows are infused with soothing botanicals and are ultra-pigmented to perform wet or dry so you can shade, shadow, line, and define your eyes, just like a pro. With 16 shadows to contour, line, define, and create any look you desire, you have everything you need for your eyes and brows in one sleek palette!This set contains:- 0.17 oz Mini Behind the Scenes Eye Shadow Primer- 0.32 oz PRO Eye Shadow Palette (Top row matte colors: White, Cream, Taupe, Light Pink, Mauve, Sable, Espresso, Black Bottom row: Nude (Shimmer), Champagne (Sparkle), Gold (Shimmer), Lt. Bronze (Shimmer), Pewter (Shimmer), Garnet (Shimmer), Deep Purple (Shimmer), Slate (Shimmer)) What it is formulated WITHOUT:- Sulfates- Petrochemicals- Phthalates- GMOs- TriclosanWhat else you need to know: Pro Tips: Create an everyday matte eye using Cream Eye Shadow from lash to browbone, Taupe in the crease and Sable or Espresso along top and bottom lash lines. Get a sexy, shimmering eye using Nude Eye Shadow from lash to browbone, Gold or LT. Add Bronze on the lid and Garnet or Deep Purple in the outer corner, crease, and along top and bottom lash lines.
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Questions & Answers for LORAC PRO Palette

Question
NAKED or Pro Palette?
Should I buy this palette or NAKED? I prefer more warm shades compared to cool, because of my yellow undertones. Thank you!
asked 1 year, 7 months ago
brinasrose
(Shoreline, WA)
on PRO Palette
10 answers
Answers
answer 1
My personal preference is Lorac PRO and the reason for that is the PRO all top row are matte colors and lower row are shimmery,
you can create more looks to go out for every occasion no matter day or night and the best part you get an eye primer with the PRO.
Hope this helped, have a beautiful day.
answered 1 year, 3 months ago
BeautyOfArt
(Revere, MA)
answer 2
I find the Naked palettes have more glitter and a bit more fallout.
answered 1 year, 5 months ago
Sydney76
(Wausau, WI)
answer 3
I find this to be way better than the naked pallete in terms of colour selection. But, if you do decide to go with the naked pallete --- stick with Naked 1 (The original), though these shadows are way better in quality, selection, and just overall presentation.
answered 1 year, 5 months ago
PoojaL
(Toronto, Ontario)
answer 4
This palette worked well with my skin tone which is a medium coloring with hazel eyes - I generally wear cool colors around my face for the most flattering look.
answered 1 year, 6 months ago
LisaJulane
(Rocklin, CA)
answer 5
I have the Naked and the Lorac Pro and if I could buy the Lorac Pro before the Naked I would have done so. I have yellow undertoned skin and this palette offers so many more options than the naked palette. Of course, Urban Decay's palettes are awesome - but I really love the color range this palette offers.
answered 1 year, 6 months ago
Honeygirlk
(Makawao, Hawaii)
answer 6
The Naked palette has better warm shades. I'd go with that one!
answered 1 year, 6 months ago
ktaney
(Independence, KY)
answer 7
If you want pigmented shadows I suggest go for the Pro Palette, but if you want a lighter shadow then I'd recommend the Naked Palette. Both are very beautiful, I think Naked has a bit more browns than the Pro Palette. It really depends on which shadows you prefer.
answered 1 year, 6 months ago
carolbear
(Toluca lake, CA)
answer 8
If you want variety, go for this palette. It's more colors for a cheaper price: which is better than the Naked palette anyways. If you want quality, then it's debatable. Both LORAC and UD have nothing to complain about and generally get good reviews on their respective palettes. UD is popular for a reason, of course, and is usually the one people compare other palettes to. That being said, LORAC still holds it own with this palette with the buttery soft and blendable quality of the matte and shimmer eyeshadows. If you want more (more mattes, more variety, more eye looks, etc) I'd recommend LORAC. If you want what's obviously the "best" go for UD. Either way you can't go wrong.
answered 1 year, 6 months ago
Seiba
(Ontario, CANADA)
answer 9
There's a good balance of warm and cool shades. I find there are more warm shimmers and more cool mattes.
answered 1 year, 6 months ago
Kativla
(Columbus, OH)
answer 10
Can't say anything about the naked palette but I do have light yellow undertones and I like these colors very much. Have used for a couple of weeks along with new eye brushes and I think the results have been very pretty.
answered 1 year, 7 months ago
rosietheriveter
(Seattle Wa)
Question
does this palette have a mirror?
Does the Lorac Pro Palette have a mirror?
asked 1 year, 11 months ago
NOOZGIRL
(Houston, TX)
on PRO Palette
8 answers
Answers
answer 1
yes
answered 10 months ago
immadison
answer 2
Yes
answered 1 year, 3 months ago
BeautyOfArt
(Revere, MA)
answer 3
yes
answered 1 year, 10 months ago
baileyki
(LeRoy, NY)
answer 4
It does! :D
answered 1 year, 10 months ago
mylastdefense
(Cheyenne, WY)
answer 5
yes
answered 1 year, 10 months ago
cpelikan
answer 6
Yes its on the inside opposite the shadows.
answered 1 year, 11 months ago
CrookScabs
(Portland, ME)
answer 7
It does have a mirror
answered 1 year, 11 months ago
blsc
(Portland, OR)
answer 8
Yes, there is a nice large mirror inside the lid.
answered 1 year, 11 months ago
MossyLady
(Portland, Oregon)
Question
Lorac Pro or UD Naked 1?
I'm looking for a versatile palette with a good ratio of matte and pearl or light shimmer (no glitter), good texture and coverage, decent wear time and no creasing with primer. I was about to order the popular Naked 1 but heard of the Lorac Pro. How do they compare? Which one would you suggest? Should I consider the Naked 2 in my choice?
asked 1 year, 3 months ago
Ilona25
(Montreal, Qc.)
on PRO Palette
8 answers
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answer 1
I have Naked I and II, as well as the PRO palette. This is definitely the more wearable palette--I almost never use my Naked's! All of the matte colors are great for everyday, and the glitter polishes are nice too.

The problem with UD's Naked series is that they're for the most part glittery. Some shadows are just shimmery, but most are glittery with tons and tons of fallout. The Naked palettes don't even have any matte dark shadows, aside from black in NII.

If you like light, shimmery shadows, I'd get a Naked palette. If you like wearable matte colors, get this.
answered 7 months ago
paintyourxtarget
(Bay Area, CA)
answer 2
I have the Naked 1 and this one. The Lorac Pro Palette blows UD out of the water!! you can actually use it and not have to grab other shadows to make it work. I LOVE that it has an entire row of matte and an entire row of shimmer, great for both dramatic and natural looks, great mix!
answered 8 months ago
maebrake
(Pensacola, FL)
answer 3
I have all three, Naked, Naked 2 and the Lorac Pro Palette. Between the three I must say the Lorac palette will give you just what you're looking for in a go to palette. I love my Naked Palettes but find myself trying to wear things so I can use the Lorac palette that's how much I love this Palette. I suggest the Lorac Pro Palette and Naked 2 if you were thinking about a Naked palette.
answered 1 year, 2 months ago
Makeupbeauty41
(Elk Grove Village, IL)
answer 4
I love my UD Naked 1 and 2 palette, but I tend to go toward my Lorac Pro palette more often because of all the matte colors. However, the shadows on the Lorac Pro are softer so it has more fall out.
For me, both the UD palettes and Lorac Pro palette lasted me all day and night if I put primer before application.
answered 1 year, 2 months ago
yuareyummyy
(San Leandro, CA)
answer 5
I have both naked pallet 2 and the lorac pro pallet and I must say that in my opinion the lorac pro palette is the better choice. The colors are gorgeous and can be worn as a natural look or a night look. You can have variety and the quality is great. It's the better choice and its a better price.
answered 1 year, 2 months ago
berthahunn99
(Brooklyn, N.Y.)
answer 6
I've recently tested out both the Lorac Pro and Urban Decay Naked (can't remember if it was I or II) palette and I went with the Lorac palette. The range of colors works for so many looks. SUPER pigmented and the primer works wonders! The UD palette is great, but doesn't quite match up. Especially when they're almost the same price. One thing about the Lorac shadows is that it's very powdery but not a big deal.
answered 1 year, 3 months ago
kmbrlytn
(Orlando, FL)
answer 7
if you want something with a good amount of matte i would say this palette. i have this one naked1 and 2 which i do love them all. but naked and naked 2 dont have as many mattes as the pro palette. so if youre going for matte pro is the way to go
answered 1 year, 3 months ago
Doriedory
(San Antonio, TX)
answer 8
I have the UD 1 pallette and was going to get the UD 2 pallette but opted for the Lorac instead,...and boy I am so glad I went with Lorac. I would recommend getting the Lorac because it has 8 matte colors and 8 shimmery colors. I really like the Lorac shimmery ones because I can use them everyday and do not feel they have as much sparkle as some of the colors in the UD 1. The UD 1 only has 2 matte colors and I think the UD 2 is similiar (mostly shimmer and just a couple of matte colors). I do like my UD pallette, but use the Lorac more because of the matte options and the colors are highly pigmented and wear great (no creasing, and it comes with a primer). Also, I don't seem to have as much fall out with the Lorac as I do with the UD. HTH
answered 1 year, 3 months ago
Biskers
(Cincinnati OH)
Question
Color payoff
Hi I just want to know if the colors show up well on medium skintones? I'm looking for some mattes but I won't bother if the colors won't show up lol thanks :)
asked 1 year, 8 months ago
sashamoore
(Tampa, Fl)
on PRO Palette
7 answers
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answer 1
The mattes show up well, but the medium colored shimmers do not show up well on my medium skin tone.
I think that they just don't transfer well.
answered 8 months ago
lexiperez
(Cleveland, OH)
answer 2
Yes, the colors show up great. I am medium skinned toned and was a little worried about this as well. I find that the shimmery colors show up great! The matte colors are great also and blend well.
answered 1 year, 7 months ago
MakeupByCalynn
answer 3
In my opinion the color pay of on this pallet is great the taupe is truly an awesome blending color and all the other are so versatile I truly do love this pallets trust me u wont be disappointed. I even only use the matte colors for a full look when I just want a no effort yet polished look. It's REALLY PIGMENTS a little truly goes a loooonnng way on any complexion.
answered 1 year, 7 months ago
tracinder
(Brooklyn, NY)
answer 4
Both matte and shimmer shades will show up on medium/olive complexions as well.
answered 1 year, 7 months ago
SanaAK
answer 5
I have medium skin and they all show up very well on my skin. They are very pigmented.
answered 1 year, 8 months ago
asianhipnom
(New York, NY)
answer 6
Not sure, but if you put on a Nyx jumbo eyeshadow pencil on top of some primer, then it should show up (:
answered 1 year, 8 months ago
hellovanni
(Las Vegas, NV)
answer 7
The colors are highly pigmented and have as good a color payoff as I have seen on any eyeshadow. They come in a variety of tones, so I am guessing most if not all shadows would show up on a medium skin tone.
answered 1 year, 8 months ago
sconnie
(Madison, WI)
Question
Worth it if I already own NAKED Palette?
I already own the Urban Decay NAKED Palette, and I love it! I like how this palette has matte eyeshadows! I also do not want it to be too similar to my NAKED Palette. I really like how it includes mattes and the shimmery shades don't seem to be as metallic shimmer like Urban Decay! Is it worth it to get this if I own the NAKED Palette? Is it different? Please help! Thank you!
asked 1 year, 1 month ago
Claire711
on PRO Palette
7 answers
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answer 1
I own both and the Naked 2, so it's worth it
answered 10 months ago
immadison
answer 2
Wore this out to all of the discos in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. 100+, humid weather and my makeup (especially my shadows from the Lorac Pro Palette) didn't budge until I removed my makeup the next day.
answered 1 year ago
Danca24
(Torrance, CA)
answer 3
YES! I actually like this one a lot better than all 3 of my Naked Palettes!! UD shadows tend to have a lot of fall-out, Lorac Pro has little to none!
answered 1 year ago
Danca24
(Torrance, CA)
answer 4
I would say go for it! There are only a few shades that are similar - but this one gives you so many more options. I think if you can afford to have both there is definitely a place for both in your collection :-)
answered 1 year ago
Paoli
(Kitchener, ON)
answer 5
If you're talking about the Naked Palette and not the Naked 2 palette then I would say go for it. It has way more matte shadows and has more shadows in general. This palette is cool toned whereas the original Naked palette is warm toned so that would be something to think about.
answered 1 year ago
StephLK
(Freehold, NJ)
answer 6
Totally worth it! I have the NAKED palette also and this one has different enough colors plus half of the colors are matte so there's lots of variety between the two!
answered 1 year, 1 month ago
ameliaelspeth
(Boston, MA)
answer 7
I have Naked and Naked2 and I usually end up reaching for this Lorac palette. No joke and I love UD everything. The colors look similar in photos and in the pan but my experience with this Lorac palette is that the shadows are smoother and more buttery and even the shades that look very shimmery aren't. They're very pretty and natural. I know Naked pretty much redefined "natural" but they're quite shimmery and metallic. Lorac Pro is a lot more subtle for everyday looks. The only thing is I think the UD shadows last longer (on my oily lids anyway). Ultimately, I think it's worth buying a Lorac Pro even if you already have one or both Nakeds. It's a totally different experience and the matte shadows are second to none--I love Taupe, Sable and Espresso.
answered 1 year, 1 month ago
CKY9
(Atlanta, GA)
Question
Lasting Power
I've never tried LORAC shadows before, but this palette has caught my eye. Do these shadows have lasting power thru the day? I really need my eyeshadows to stay on 10-12 hours, preferably without creasing.
asked 2 years ago
tlp968
(Lafayette, LA)
on PRO Palette
6 answers
Answers
answer 1
the lasting power is great in my experience....a good 8 hours...if you use the primer that comes with it, double that!!!
answered 1 year, 8 months ago
DCsmom
(Bossier, La)
answer 2
These will not crease and they do last alllll day, i love it. my favorite palette
answered 1 year, 9 months ago
makeupjunkie66
answer 3
I used the lorac primer that comes with this palette and it lasts me all day. An exact time frame would be 10 hours. The eyeshadow doesn't crease or anything either.
answered 1 year, 9 months ago
mKathy9
(Tulsa, OK)
answer 4
Yes, these shadows offer long lasting staying power. The texture is ultra smooth and it works best with the Lorac Behind The Scenes Eye Primer.
answered 1 year, 11 months ago
melissabt
answer 5
If you use an eyeshadow primer (which it comes with) you will have no problem with it lasting all day.
answered 1 year, 11 months ago
MrsDuMars
(Fayetteville, NC)
answer 6
Like most eyeshadows, if you have oily eyelids then the shadows will crease, but if you use the behind the scenes primer that comes with the Pro Palette, your eyeshadow will be sure to last all day :) I hope this helped!
answered 1 year, 11 months ago
beautygirl131
(Philadelphia, PA)
Question
Can anyone recommend any looks with this palette?
Just bought it but not totally sure how to use all the colors. Any tips would be appreciated -- thanks!
asked 1 year, 10 months ago
Anonymous
(New York, NY)
on PRO Palette
6 answers
Answers
answer 1
Look up some videos on youtube, there are tons of girls creating beautiful looks with this palette :)
answered 8 months ago
MissAngelJ
(Tallahassee,FL)
answer 2
Go to YouTube, there are tons of tutorials there.
answered 1 year, 5 months ago
SlickSwirly
answer 3
Try going to maskcara.com. She included this in her basics kit & I have had great luck with the looks she demonstrates on her site. I love my Lorac Pro Palette & I hope you love yours too!
answered 1 year, 6 months ago
KristaMG
(Oklahoma)
answer 4
They have video tutorials on their website.

Also try youtube!
answered 1 year, 9 months ago
KateHlly
(Portland, OR)
answer 5
My favorite look with this palette so far is using Lt Bronze on the inner third of the eye, Pewter across the rest of the lid and then Deep Purple blended in the outer "v" and slightly in the crease. Then use Mauve as a transition/blending color above the crease and Cream as a highlight on the browbone.
answered 1 year, 9 months ago
designerboyer
(Hemet, CA)
answer 6
I would go look at youtube. There are a ton of girls on there that will do makeup tutorials and so you how they would use the palette. It's really helpful and it will give you some good ideas. I watch them all the time. Just go to youtube and type "lorac pro palette tutorial" and a bunch will come up.
answered 1 year, 10 months ago
UDlover91
(Glendale, AZ)
Question
Are these eyeshadows too powdery?
I'm debating whether or not to buy this palette and I've seen a few reviews that complain the shadows are too powdery, not pigmented enough, have a lot of fallout, or don't blend well. Basically they say that these shadows are lower quality than average Lorac shadows. Is this true?
asked 1 year, 9 months ago
chishero
(Ontario, CA)
on PRO Palette
6 answers
Answers
answer 1
It is not true. The colors are highly pigmented and very creamy. They are the creamiest shadows I have ever used. They almost feel like creams. They blend beautifully too. I paint and I know whenever you have neural or muted colors there is a risk they will become muddy when blended, but these have been carefully pigmented and blend beautifully. The quality is just like the other Lorac shadows I own. The fallout is minimal. Fallout issues are partly product, partly the brush and partly technique. If you load a stiff brush with product and then drag it letting the bristles separate and fan, naturally the product will spatter. Using a softer brush helps and so does a light touch.
answered 1 year, 7 months ago
kaththee
(Fayetteville Ga)
answer 2
The shadows can be a bit powdery and the pigmentation is pretty good but not exceptional. Some of the lighter shades can look similar to one another. I think it's a pretty average palette. The shadows are easy to work with and blend. I would say get it if you think you will get a lot of use out of the color selection.
answered 1 year, 7 months ago
dokiwing
(buena park)
answer 3
I will say there is fallout, but i think the eyeshadows are highly pigmented. To deal with the fallout, (which isnt that bad) i just tap off my brush once or twice. I would recommend this palette.
answered 1 year, 7 months ago
r3ca
answer 4
Definitely not! These shadows have great pigmentation. They are powdery but with he right brush and technique, you will be fine. I love how blendable they are.
answered 1 year, 8 months ago
asianhipnom
(New York, NY)
answer 5
I have worked with palettes whose powder ends up everywhere, ruining your look and making you start from scratch. This palette is certainly not one of those. Like any eye-shadow, applying it quickly and shabbily will create sub-par results, but this palette is great for people who really love make-up and know how to put it on properly.
answered 1 year, 9 months ago
GooeyGoo
(Toronto Ontario)
answer 6
Yes and if you have naked you really don't need this...
answered 1 year, 9 months ago
katherine0422
(TN)
Question
eye shadow palettes
How does the Lorac Pro Palette compare to the Laura Mercier Artist palette in qualifty and colors. I am fair skinned and hazel eyes and over 40.with brown hair. So glitter does not work for me. I returned the Naked 2 palette due to the excessive glitter shades. Which of thes two palettes would work better?
asked 1 year, 8 months ago
bigred47
(Anaheim Hills, CA)
on PRO Palette
6 answers
Answers
answer 1
honestly, stick with Laura Mercier. Although she does have some shimmery shades, her shadows I find create a more natural look. the LORAC PRO palette does have some really nice matte shades, but you would be spending $42 to only use half the palette.
answered 1 year, 6 months ago
revenant42
(Rochester, NY)
answer 2
Not sure how it compare to Mercier, but there is far less glitter fall-out with this palette than the UD naked. I've only noticed a minimal amount of fall-out with 1 shade (champagne). As a general hint, I've found that it helps if you apply lighter shades with your fingers (dab and pat!).
answered 1 year, 6 months ago
sunnyiowa
(Iowa)
answer 3
I can't speak about the Laura Mercier palette because I don't own it, however this palette's shades are flattering because half of the shades are matte finish and the other half have a nice shimmer but no glitter. Hope that helps some.
answered 1 year, 6 months ago
JaeIsFancy
(New York City, NY)
answer 4
Hi this palette is not glittery at all. The bottom row is what I would call frost / shimmery. I have fair skin, slight yellow undertones, hazel eyes and I'm 51 so I am careful about not looking too "glitzy" the top row is matte. I've blended some of the matte and frost together and applied them to nice affect.
answered 1 year, 7 months ago
rosietheriveter
(Seattle Wa)
answer 5
I'm glad you asked. Your hazel eyes will pop with the Laura Mercier palette.

There is no contest between Lorac and Laura. The Laura Mercier palette is superior in every way.

For example:
*Packaging - They are both compact, but Laura's is faux snake skin and Lorac is cheap cardboard.

*Formula - The Lorac formula is too soft. It irritated my eyes during application.

*Colors - For a maturing lady, the Laura Mercier colors are more flattering. The mattes are truly matte. The matte colors in the Lorac palatte have some shimmer.

*Application - The Laura Mercier shadows can be used with or without eye shadow primer. The Lorac colors need primer to stay in place.

*Durability - The Laura Mercier palette will be cleaner longer than the Lorac palette, which will become dirty quickly due to the soft formula of the shadows.

*Pigment - The pigments are richer in the Laura Mercier palette. I've heard a lot of reviews about Lorac pigments, but Laura is better.

I hope my answer helps you make a decision.
answered 1 year, 8 months ago
l3ethy
(Seattle, WA)
answer 6
I think the Lorac palette would be better - the entire top row is all matte - and i wouldn't consider most of the bottom particularly glittery - just shimmery. Only one is truly glittery. I tend to use the matte colors more myself - and if I feel a little bland I'll blend in just a bit of one of the more shimmery colors - either across the base of my lid or just in the crease. I also have fairly hooded eyes and tend to crease eyeshadow easily, and the primer that's included prevents all of that.
answered 1 year, 8 months ago
tiffanyg2005
(Dallas, TX)
Question
Will this work for someone very pale with blue eyes and blonde hair?
I am worried this palette might be too dark for me. What are your thoughts is this palette suitable for someone with a pale complexion and blue eyes with blonde hair?
asked 1 year, 4 months ago
SweetieStephie
(Georgetown, ON)
on PRO Palette
6 answers
Answers
answer 1
I think this would work great for someone with pale skin and blue eyes. There is a good mix of light, medium, and dark shades. I find that I can apply the darker colors lightly to make them more subtle. I highly recommend you try this one! Sephora has a great return policy if you are not satisfied.
answered 11 months ago
kso1225
(Baltimore, MD)
answer 2
I think this color palette will definitely go with your skin tone and eyes! It ranges from light to dark so you really can go as light as you want or vamp it up with the darker colors. The Expresso and Garnet would compliment your blue eyes!
answered 11 months ago
katiecdavis
(Houston, TX)
answer 3
I am blonde with light skin - I LOVE this! You can make the colors as light or dark as you want. It's perfect for every day or a night out. So no, I don't think it's too dark for light skin! :)
answered 11 months ago
katfisch
(cincinnati, ohio)
answer 4
Because this palette has neutral tones its perfect for any skin tone. I love it!
answered 1 year, 3 months ago
taylorkay004
(Shermans Dale, pa)
answer 5
You can definitely use this palette with your eye/skin/hair type.
Some of the colours are darker, but alot are lighter and wearable for every day. If you like a very natural/neutral look >without experimenting<, maybe something like the Naked Basics palette or Naked palette would suit you better.
answered 1 year, 4 months ago
Kristelle
(Vancouver)
answer 6
IT'S JUST ABOUT KNOWING HOW TO MIX COLORS AND YES IT WOULD FIT A LIGHT SKIN PERSON U COULD ALWAYS USE LIGHT COLORS AND INPUT A LITTLE DARK ON THE SIDE OF THE EYE:)
answered 1 year, 4 months ago
2Monterrey
(Friendswood, TX)
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