Lorac Mega Pro 2: First impressions

Lorac released their brand new, and ever popular Pro series palette. The Mega Pro 2 palette. The palette itself is not that much bigger than an Urban Decay palette, but there appears to be more color pans than the UD palettes. The colors themselves are all neutral shades. Lorac tends to produce highly pigmented neutrals, but they can easily be worked up into glamorous looks. 



The outside of the palette has such a weird, soft texture to it. It almost feels like it’s made out of pressed powders too. Spoiler: it’s not.


The inside of the palette. As you can see, there’s a huge variety of colors. The pots are a tad small, but space vs colors? That’s probably a personal preference, but since I like loads of colors and can never seem to finish a palette anyways, it’s not a bad thing. 


Swatching some of my favourites in the palette. Starting from the top, Goji, Gold Leaf, Purple, Tangerine and Blue Quartz.

As you can see, the colours are really buildable, and can even blend over a dark tattoo if you use two or three swipes. The formulas aren’t chalky, easy to manipulate and very easily blended. To say the least, I’ve got a really good feeling that this palette is going to become a go-tom for me. 

  • Laura Haslam

    The colours are soooo nice! *0*