LORAC MegaPRO3 Palette | Looks & Review

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LORAC MegaPro3 Palette

The LORAC MegaPRO3 palette is one of many sets released for the holidays for 2016 (I’ll be featuring some more shortly!). With 32 eyeshadows in a split of mattes and shimmers, this palette doesn’t disappoint when it comes to variety of colors. I originally thought it was solely a warm palette, but LORAC threw in some cooler shades also (Mist, Glacier, Olive, Vintage to name a few). The first two rows are matte finishes, and the bottom two rows are shimmer finishes. The mattes don’t swatch as beautifully on the hand as the shimmer formulas, but all of these applies easily and with little effort needed. I found several of the mattes to be rather powdery, as I don’t remember that in previous LORAC palettes; while it didn’t affect the longevity it does make the eyeshadows go everywhere on initial application. I also feel like there are some unique shades within the palette, but a good amount can easily be duped, too.

Overall, I have really enjoyed using this palette and discovering new looks I can create with it. If you’re looking for a new palette to try, or perhaps want to add a little bit of color into your collection, this is great value for the money.

Note: This palette is sold out online, unfortunately but available in some ULTA locations; call ahead to check availability. :)

What do you think about this palette?

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(Top Row, L to R) Pink Cream, Tan, Pecan, Walnut, Dusty Mauve, Violet Gray, Eggplant, Dk. Navy (Second Row, L to R) Crepe, Toffee, Mist, Vintage, Hickory, Maple, Bark, Jet Black (Third Row, L to R) Snow, Cava, Cider, Bellini, Brown Sugar, Sequoia, Glacier, Deep Fog (Fourth Row, L to R) Tulle, Pink Bronze, Rust, Rose Quartz, Olive, Dk. Roast, Pomegranate, Licorice

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Eyeshadows used:

  • Tan (crease)
  • Snow (inner half of lid)
  • Rose Quartz (outer half of lid)
  • Eggplant (deepen crease and outer v)

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3 thoughts on “LORAC MegaPRO3 Palette | Looks & Review

  1. I’m obsessed with this palette but overwhelmed with it at the same time! I love so many of the shadows it’s hard for me to be selective on which I use since they are all my favorite types of colors! Please keep putting up combos! XOXO💄

  2. I chose this palette over one of the tarte holiday palettes and am not disappointed. I feel like you know what you are getting when you get a lorac palette. I love the looks but would love to see some warmer toned looks as well. Yes, I know it is hard being that you are pregnant and all, I am going through the same thing myself. I totally understand!! Just a suggestion for when you have some free time! Hope you are feeling well and all is well with your little baby boy! Hang in there, you are in the home stretch!

  3. This palette is actually a total rip off! A lot of people are unaware of this because the palette has 32 shades which is a very good amount. But this is what lorac wants you to believe so you spend $60. The shadows are .014oz exactly and Lord knows I have never seen a palette with shadows that small. It’s crazy BC they make them look OK sized to the eye but TF few of my fav things for ex has 20x .06oz shadows, 2x bronzers 2x blushes .14oz and a deluxe BTS mascara and full size lip product .10oz all for $55. Kvd holiday palettes are $60 but unlike loracs .45oz all together weight KVD is 1.32oz overall so it has 3 times more product inside with 10 shadows less than loracs so imagine how much smaller loracs are. (4 mega pro shadows make up 1 metalmatte shadow) It’s crazy you’ll run out of the mega pros shadows so quickly. It makes me angry bc I really think this is the biggest scam I’ve seen from a company as known as Loracs.

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