Friday, April 19, 2013

Lorac GLOgetter Palette



Swatches & Review



Lorac's GLOgetter palette is part of their summer collection and is an Ulta exclusive. It has been online at Ulta for a while now, but it just recently started showing up in stores. I was able to pick this one up this past week & it was the last one at that location, but when I went to another location, they had about three more.

The GLOgetter palette is packaged in a plastic brown packaging with a gold colored frame around their brand name.
It comes with eight eyeshadows and two neutrals that can be used as a base, or highlighter.


These were swatched in order from left to right because the shades do not come with names.
The first shade is a matte medium brown.
The second shade is a shimmery bronze.
The third shade is a shimmery peach-orange.
The fourth shade is a shimmery turquoise.
The fifth shade is a periwinkle shimmer.
The sixth shade is a shimmery mauve-ish color.
The seventh shade is a iridescent golden mint shimmer.
The eighth shade is a purple with a blue sheen, it reminds me of Urban Decay's Asphyxia eyeliner.

The base/highter I swatched first was the one on the left side, which is a satin beige shade & the one on the right is a shimmery light beige shade.

All of these were swatched over Lorac's Behind The Scene primer. I found that all of these eyeshadows were smooth and pigmented. The golden mint shade is a very unique shade because I feel like it would look gorgeous when it is used over a darker shade since it has a duo-chrome effect to it. Lorac Cosmetics describes this as "colorful palette features a combination of 8 vibrant matte and shimmer shadows plus 2 over-sized neutral shadows for the perfect base color or highlighter." I was hoping there would be more matte shades, but there was only ONE, which is the first shade. However, the colors in this palette are definitely perfect for summer -- the peachy shade, the periwinkle & the golden mint. For $20, this is definitely a good deal because it definitely holds a lot of product in it as well. This is an Ulta exclusive so it can only be purchased online at Ulta.com & at Ulta locations.

10 comments:

  1. This is a beautiful palette! I love LORAC.

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    1. It is! & for $20? such a good deal!

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  2. I reviewed this & did an eyeshadow look with it today! Love it! Which they had a palette similar in their core line!

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    1. For some reason the pictures from your blog doesn't load on my computer, but it loads from my phone :(

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    2. How weird! I have no idea why!

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    3. Yeah, it is! D: I tried it on multiple browsers too, but I love your recent swatch of the Vivids! I purchased two of them recently too! but I haven't got to trying them yet, lol.

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  3. I just ordered this palette after seeing your swatches on Instagram! I mean, $20 bucks?!?! Hells yeah, I'm in for that! That is a crazy deal! Thanks for opening my eyes (no pun intended) to this awesome palette!

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    1. $20 for a good brand with pigmented shades? Definitely a crazy deal! let me know how you like it :)

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  4. They look so different out of the pan. I didn't think the swatches would be so vibrant! Pretty!

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    1. I didn't think the turquoise, periwinkle & mint would be as vibrant because normally when I swatch shades like those, it comes off sheer, but these were nice when I swatched it :)

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