Revisited: LORAC Snake Charmer Palette + FOTD

Wednesday, May 1, 2013

Hi folks,

I decided to start a new series of FOTDs featuring old palettes that need some love that I might have reviewed before. I wouldn't say that this palette is neglected, it just doesn't pop up in my rotation as often as it should. I don't know if you can see the dips in the pans, but this palette has definitely been used quite a bit over the approximately three years that I've had it. 

The four shadows and blush are quite pigmented. The shimmery/metallic shadows are very buttery, and the blush is a really buildable. The whole palette leans quite warm (something quite common in a lot of LORAC's palettes). I love how travel friendly this palette is, very study. In fact all my LORAC palettes accompany me often on trips. 

I did the "gradient" eye look, essentially using the lighter colors closer to my brows and the darker shades by my lash line.

I used:
Brows: NARS Bali, NYX Brow Shaper, MUFE Full Cover (for sculpting)
Face: MUFE Full Cover, MUFE HD + Giorgio Armani Luminous Silk, Laura Mercier Bronzing Powder in Dune, Sephora Collection Mattfying Foundation Powder, blush from LORAC Snake Charmer
Eyes: LORAC Behind The Scenes Eye Primer, LORAC Snake Charmer, Prestige Total Intensity Deepest Black liner, Milani Grandissmo mascara
Lips: Revlon Lip Butter in Brule

Do you have any favorite palettes that you like to bring on trips?

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