Lorac Pro To Go Palette

Today I'm reviewing the Lorac Pro to Go palette. I was so excited to get this, and now I'm going to share it with you! ...

Today I'm reviewing the Lorac Pro to Go palette.
I was so excited to get this, and now I'm going to share it with you!
Let's talk about packaging.
This palette can be opened from the top or bottom; one end has the eyeshadow shades, the other has the cheek colors.
This is all held together my a magnetic closure, and can fully open as shown above.
This way this palette is set up makes it ideal for travel because of its compact size.
It comes with two brushes, one angled and one "fluffy". I haven't used either, yet.
This palette contains 6 eyeshadows, 3 are considered shimmer while the other 3 are considered matte.
It also has one shimmer blush, 1 matte blush and a matte bronzer.

Top:  Coral, Pink, Bronze
Bottom: Shell, Pearl, Chai, Mink, Cafe, Black
Coral is a coral blush with gold shimmer. Similar to Nars Orgasm, but not a dupe.
Pink is a cool toned matte pink blush.
Bronze is a medium tone matte bronzer.
Shell is a cream shade with very little shimmer. On the item description, it is said it's supposed to be Matte, but I don't agree.
Pearl is a shimmery champagne.
Chai is a shimmery bronze
Mink is a deep shimmery purple
Cafe is a matte brown with silver glitter throughout. It doesn't seem to transfer the glitter to the eye.
Black is a matte black
All of the blushes, bronzers and eyeshadows have great pigmentation. They blend wonderfully and wear for quite a while. I haven't had issues with any fading or creasing. The colors are all smooth and easy to apply, and I don't get a lot of fall out, though some is to be expected.
The eyeshadows are very soft and so easy to work with.
The blushes and bronzer can be applied sheerly or built up for more intensity, making this work for a wide range of skin tones.
I recommend this palette. It's compact, easy to use and will be great for travel.
I'll definitely be getting a lot of use out of this palette.
It's currently sold out at Sephora, but I think you can currently order it from Lorac's website here.
It retails for $38.
$38 for 6 eyeshadows, 2 blushes, 1 bronzer and 2 eye brushes seems like a good price to me. 
Thanks for reading!
More reviews coming this week and next. 

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