I've been loving the new Lorac Pro Palette 2 and figured I would do a wearable neutral look using it. For swatches, photos and my review of the Lorac Pro Palette 2, click HERE.
Step by Step Picture Tutorial
For my transition shade in the crease and under the eyes, I used the matte neutral peach, Nectar. For the crease I used the Sigma E25 Blending brush and I used the Coastal Scents Precision Pencil brush under my eyes.
I used three shades from the shimmer row of the palette. I used a Coastal Scents Shader brush and applied Rose, a rose gold, to the middle of my lids. Using a smaller brush, I also used Beige, a champagne on the inner half of my lids as well as the inner corners. Lastly, I used Mocha, a warm brown, on my outer lids.
To add more definition to the eyes, I used a small amount of Cool Gray and Plum in the crease. The same mix of shadows was also used under my eyes with a flat liner brush. I made sure that all of the shadows were blended out with the Sigma E40.
As always, I finished the eye look with liner and mascara. I chose to do a thin line on the upper lashline, using the Jordana Fabuliner in Black. I set the liner using Black from the palette. For the waterline I used the Chella Ivory Lace Highlighter. I curled my lashes and used two coats of Maybelline The Rocket and the CK One Mascara.