Pretty in Pink make-up tutorial using the Lorac Pro Palette

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Since getting the Lorac Pro palette, I’ve been obsessed with it. I use it pretty much every day and have created so many different looks with it. This look is the one I wear almost every day and uses my favourite colours from the palette, Mauve, Sable, Lt Pink, Espresso and Taupe. I pair the eye make-up with slightly winged eye liner and a pretty pink lip. I love Revlon’s matte balm in Elusive as it’s a slightly dusty, rose pink which works so well with this eye look.

Pretty in Pink with the Lorac Pro Palette

 

  1. Apply “Cream” from the palette (or another skin-tone eye shadow) to your entire eye lid area. Blend “Mauve” into the outside corner and up into the crease.
  2. Apply “Sable” to the outer corner of the eye and blend into the crease.
  3. Apply “Espresso” to the very outer corner of the eye lid and blend in slightly to add more depth.
  4. With a clean brush, blend “Lt Pink” out from the inner corner.
  5. With an angled eye brush, apply “Espresso” on the bottom lash line, really pushing the colour into your lashes. If this is too dark for you, “Sable” or “Taupe” will also work well.
  6. Apply gel/liquid/pencil eyeliner to your top lash line.
  7. Follow with a few coats of mascara.
  8. (At this point I realised I had completely forgotten about the other colours I wanted to use before I applied liquid liner and mascara…oops!) Over “Lt Pink”, apply “Nude” lightly and blend outwards.
  9. Apply “Cream” to your brow bone.
  10. I used “Taupe” to contour my cheeks as it’s the perfect shade for me but you could also use a bronzer/cheek contouring product.
  11. I also contoured the rest of my face with it lightly.
  12. Apply blush of your choice (I used a peachy-pink blush) to the apples of your cheeks, working outward and upward.
  13. Apply lipliner and lipstick of your choice, blot, and repeat. (In the photo below you can see me blotting my lips)

Pretty in pink tutorial with Lorac Pro Palette

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  • Sal
    Reply

    You make it look so easy 🙂 Looks great

    • Alida Ryder
      Reply

      It does become easy the more you practice. I’ve been playing with make-up for close to 10 years so it should be easy for me by now. 😉

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