Lorac Unzipped Sunset Palettes | Review, Swatches, and Makeup Looks

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Lorac Cosmetics recently released three new unzipped eye shadow palettes. The Desert SunsetMountain Sunset, and Ocean Sunset. I’m a huge fan of Lorac eye shadows. I own all pro and mega pro palettes along with some others. I find their shadows to be really easy to work with. The sunset palettes were no different. Read on for swatches, a makeup look and my thoughts on each palette.

Shades from top to bottom: Mirage, Sandstorm, Cirrus, Joshua Tree, Meditation, Sunrise, Shadow, Illusion, Sunset, and Dunes

The Desert Sunset is hands down my favorite of the three palettes. What can I say I’m a warm toned palette type of girl 😉 This look was super rushed but like I said these shadows are so easy to use. They have great pigmentation and blend so easily. Perfect for beginners to makeup. I foresee this palette getting a lot of love from me.

Shades from top to bottom: Storm, Ametrine, Mahogany, Earth, Blackout, Stone, Cliffside, Burnt Sienna, Graphite, and Smoke Signal

The matte shades in the Mountain Sunset palette are not as pigmented as I’d like them to be but the shimmer shades are stunning. I mean look at Burnt Sienna and Smoke Signal! 😍 Gorgeous, right!? I went for more of a purple grey eye look but you could easily create a more neutral look with this palette as well. 

Shades from top to bottom: Mother of Pearl, Salt Water, Ocean Floor, Horizon, Sea Urchin, Bedrock, Sundown, Sandbar, High Tide, and Stringray

I went for a super simple neutral eye look when I used the Ocean Sunset palette. This is my least favorite palette but I don’t think I’ve given it a fair chance. Looking at the swatches while writing this I’m already thinking up another look I want to try… Sundown on the crease, Sea Urchin on the lid, and High tide to deepen the crease and outer v. Can you visualize it? I hope it looks as good on the eyes as it does in my head haha! I’ll keep you posted on Instagram 🙂

The sunset palettes are available at Ulta and retail for $42. Included with the palette is a mini Behind the Scenes Eye Primer 0.19 oz which is amazing and works beautifully with all Lorac eye shadows. Each palette has 10 different shades and has a total weight of 0.39 oz. Shimmer shades can also be used wet. The possibilities are endless with these palettes!

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