Just like the previous palettes from LORAC, this one offers up the most buttery shadow formulas, with colors that wear throughout the day.
Here's a closer look at the shades included in the LORAC Pro Palette 3.
I found the Jet Black and Dk. Brown to be slightly chalky, but all other shades performed well. On me, Terracotta goes slightly more orange than expected, but I kind of love that.
However, despite looking very different, Dk. Mocha and Rose Bronze tended to go very muddy very quickly, once applied on the eye. To be clear, when I wore the colors together, the two blended together and almost appeared to be one shade. In the limited time I've had this palette, I haven't experienced other colors having that issue.
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