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I’ve heard a lot of positivity about Lorac Cosmetics but I had never tried any of their products myself before. The moment I saw the Lorac Cosmetics Lux Diamond palette, I was pretty much in love. The palette seems to have all the colors I love for an eyeshadow look. So I bought it and tested it out. In today’s blogpost I’m sharing my thoughts on the Lorac Cosmetics Lux Diamond palette and I’m showing swatches. Curious? Then keep on reading.
I recently wrote a blog post about the products I bought during the Labor Day Sales. The Lux Diamond palette was in there too even though this palette wasn’t on sale at that time.
The first time I saw this palette, was on Kelly’s Instagram page. The color scheme immediately got me interested and then I saw how much Kelly loved this palette. I trust her and her opinion so this had me 100%. Not much later I bought the palette and let it ship to my country.
Lorac Cosmetics Lux Diamond Palette
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Here she is! A beautiful palette including matte and metallics shades. This palette contains everything I need for an eyeshadow look. The lighter shades are perfect for highlighting the brow and tear duct. Then we have some pretty shades to put into the crease. We can pop some metallics on the eyelid and darken up the crease with the darker shades. You can even make a black liner with the black shadow. Everything in one place, perfect!
The palette also contains a couple of shades that contain 100% certified authentic diamonds milled into fine, cosmetic-grade dust and infused into a luxurious eye shadow formula.
What Lorac says: LORAC’s finely milled shadows offer a creamy, no-tug application, impactful one-swipe pay off, and superior blendability. Chamomile and Cornflower Extracts nurture and soothe the lids, while Cucumber Extract provides hydration.
The palette retails for $39 and is available at Lorac’s own website (click on the link or button) or at Ulta.
Lorac Cosmetics Lux Diamond Swatches
Every shade in this palette swatched really easily and pigmented. The shadows also perform very well on the eyes. Some shades, mostly mattes, are a bit powdery but I don’t really mind since the pigment is amazing. The amount of looks you can create with this palette is incredible and I’m just in love with how good it looks.
This is an eye look I created with this palette. As you can tell, it’s pigmented and blendable. I love the way this look turned out and it almost felt like the shadows blended themselves. Because of this palette, I’m really curious to try more products from Lorac. I already made a little Lorac wishlist, see what’s on it below:
Do you own a product from Lorac? What do you think of the brand?
See you soon loves,