I have skipped its predecessors but finally I got my hands on LORAC Mega Pro Palette 2, an ULTA Beauty exclusive retailing for $59 ($205 value). Scroll down to unravel the goods teeming with photos, swatches plus an autumn-inspired FOTD.

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LORAC Mega Pro Palette 2, Review, Swatch

This palette features 32 eye shadows, predominantly neutral in warm and cool tones, 16 mattes (top 2 rows) and 16 shimmers (bottom 2 rows). The case is made from blue cardboard which closes magnetically. Flip open and you are greeted with colossal mirror almost the size of the entire palette.

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While some of the shades look quite repetitive (i.e Porcelain, Custard, Bisque, Sugar Moonlight), the quality of both mattes and shimmers are stellar. The mattes are consistently buttery-soft while the shimmers feel velvety sans fallout. They are arranged from lightest to darkest, with the top two rows dedicated to mattes and the bottom two for shimmers. These don’t budge or disintegrate when worn over eye primer. 

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1st Row (Matte)

Porcelain is off white

Custard is cream

Tawny is light beige

Burlap is ligt brown

Melon is peachy nide

Tangerine is brick orange

Saddle is chocolate brown

Forest is darkened green

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2nd Row (Matte)

Bisque is cream with a hint of palest pink

Lavender is lavender (duh?)

Purple is purple (another duh?)

Sorbet is mauve rose

Goji is maroon

Cabernet is brownish-maroon

Ash is purplish-charcoal

Black is black (duh again?)

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3rd Row (Shimmer)

Sugar is cream

Chiffon is creamy palest pink

Prosecco is holo pinkish champagne

Soft plum is mauve rose

Cinnamon is copper

Sandstone is grayish brown

Gunmetal is gunmetal (obviously)

Blue Quartz is electric blue

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4th Row (Shimmer)

Moonlight is creamy yellow

Seashell is creamy nude

Peony is peach

DK Sienna is chocolate brown

Penny is bronze

Olivine is taupey-green

Gold Leaf is gold

Black Ivy is dark olive green with gold specks

If you favor neutral with slight affinity to smoked out looks, LORAC Mega Pro Palette 2 is definitely worth-considering. The lightest shades, particularly the shimmers can be used as highlighter, if you think about maximizing practicality. 

Now let’s move on to my autumn-inspired makeup! With so many color choices, you can tell I had fun mixin’ and blendin’. I used Penny (bronze) on my lids, transitioned with Tangerine (brick orange) on crease, lightly blended with Goji (maroon) on crease. For my eyebrows, I used Cabernet (brown maroon) and for brow arch, I light-handedly applied Porcelain. For my inner eye corner, I used Moonlight for subtle-shimmer appeal. For my upper lash line, I smudged black eye liner and layered with Black Ivy (dark olive green). For my lower lash line, I smudged Cinnamon (copper), Goji and Black Ivy together.

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