+ I primed my eyes and applied a paint pot to make the eye shadows stick. I ended up hitting pan on Cream and applied that as a base to make it easier to blend out the rest of the colors. For my crease, I applied my favorite cool toned matte taupe eye shadow followed by Espresso on the lid. I kept building it up and blending it out until I liked the way it looked. For highlight, I used MAC Rice Paper on my brow bone and inner corners. I feel it’s very important to have a nice highlight especially when the eye is so dark and intense. I lined my eyes with a dramatic wing and filled in my brows with a brow pencil. Last step for the eyes to is curl the lashes and apply a couple coats of mascara.
Eyes: Lorac Pro Palette – Cream, Espresso | MAC Paint Pot Soft Ochre | Kat Von D Tattoo Liner in Trooper | ABH Brow Wiz | Benefit Stay Don’t Stray | Tarte Lights, Camera, Lashes | Naked Basics – Naked 2 | MAC Rice Paper
+ Lip balm, line the lips, and apply a nude lippie that doesn’t make you look dead. That’s the goal.
Lips: Rimmel London Natural | NYX Natural | MAC Way to Love
+ I prime my face, especially when I want lasting power for my foundation. I apply a full coverage liquid foundation especially for nights out. Then I apply different concealers for different areas/purposes. I color correct with a salmon concealer under my eyes and layer a regular heavy duty concealer on top. Then, I go over any blemishes. After powdering the entire face to set the makeup, I go in with contour powder, bronzer and blush.
What’s your favorite eye shadow from the Lorac Pro palette?