Glittery Smoky Eye Tutorial | Prom, Formal, Clubbing. ft. Lorac Mega Pro
For those who didn’t get their hands on the Lorac Mega Pro Palette I thought I would give you some alternatives so you can still achieve this look.
Cream- I used this colour as a base shadow. You can really use any matte colour which matches your skin tone.
Cream comes in the original Lorac Pro palette.
If you don’t have that either you can use White Chocolate from the Too Faced Chocolate Bar palette.
(Left Cream, Right White Chocolate)
Fawn and Camel- All you need here is a very warm colored crease colour.
Makeup geek Creme Brulee isn’t an exact match but the closest I could find.
(Left Fawn and Camel, Right Creme Brulee)
Brown- A netural/cool toned medium brown shade will work.
Milk Chocolate from the Too Faced Chocolate Bar Palette is a close match, and I have already refereed to that palette so it’s convenient.
Faint from the Urban Decay basics palette would also do the job with a light hand.
(Left Brown, Right Milk Chocolate)
Espresso and Black- Both of these come in the original Lorac Pro Palette.
Any matte dark brown, and black will do the trick for these.
Smoky Topaz & Granite.
This color is going to be mostly covered so it doesn’t have to be a perfect match.
Chrome from the Lorac Pro Palette 2 is a more silver version of the colour.
Pewter from the Lorac pro palette is a more brown version.
(Left Smoky Topaz & Granite, Middle Chrome, Right Pewter)
Opal and Sand- These are the most unique colours I have come across. I couldn’t find a match for these since they have such a stunning yellow opalescence sheen finish.
You can use Kitten from Stila in the light palette. It isn’t as yellow but it should be okay.
(Left Opal and Sand, Right Kitten)
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