Lorac 3D Liquid Lustre Shimmering Top Coat Review, Swatches, Photos

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If you have Lorac’s 3D Liquid Lustre Shimmering Top Coat in your stash it’s time for hauling it out for all your Holiday looks. I inject shimmer into all my looks but particularly around the holidays as it’s just festive to have a gorgeous, shimmery eye look to go to parties and gatherings with.

This is a simple way to add a little shimmer into your life.

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This is a shimmering top coat to be applied over eyeshadows or you can use alone on your lids, cheeks, or face for a bit of sparkle.

The product comes housed in a tiny glass vial with a small dropper for application to use it you’ll want to shake it up as it’s a dual phase formula that separates easily. Once shaken you can apply a tiny drop to your hand and pat gently onto your lid. I normally finish my eye look with this as I apply my mascara, eyeliner, shadow, etc…prior and proceed to pat a little of this in place for a sparkly finish. Although the formula is wet to the touch it doesn’t smear my shadow and adds a healthy dose of sparkle to any shade I am wearing. I particularly love it for spicing up mattes as I’m not a huge fan of the finish and this easily adds just the right amount of sparkle to them! The shade is a soft white gold so it actually looks quite lovely on its own with a bit of eyeliner in place.

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Although runny in texture it still blends easily and creates a beautiful, high sparkle finish.

With the Holidays soon upon us this is a fabulous little way to spice up your eyeshadow looks! Particularly those boring matte shades.

Available now from Sephora, Sephora.com, and www.loraccosmetics.com

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  • 10/31/11 15:19 kiwikiwidragon:

    I love this!! Got it a few months ago and was uber impressed with it. Great price since all you need a tiny schmear.

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    • 10/31/11 15:24 the Muse:

      I like it too. Love you only need a tiny bit and absolutely adore you can create a really pretty no nonsense nude eye with it and a little liner ;-D!

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  • 10/31/11 15:25 Sarah S.:

    I love this stuff! I’ve had it since spring but the dropper stopped working, argh. I’m going to buy a new bottle for the holidays soon <3

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    • 10/31/11 15:26 the Muse:

      maybe tip a q tip in :)

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  • 10/31/11 17:37 tiny:

    I LOVE this stuff! I usually use it with a plain peach shadow and a thick winged liner, then dab it all over my lid and “blend” it into my crease with a clean finger. It’s so sparkly and pretty!!

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  • 10/31/11 22:32 Ryou:

    I’ve seen people use it UNDER their eyeshadows. It adds gorgeous shimmer without lightening the shade of the eyeshadow much. If anything, it intensifies it! I need to pick this one up! <3

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    • 11/1/11 11:44 the Muse:

      interesting ryou gotta try that!

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      • 12/6/11 2:32 Ryou:

        Yes please do! And please share the result with us! :D

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  • 10/31/11 22:59 Sara:

    This stuff is the tits. I haven’t picked it up yet, since I got something similar from VS last year. Eye shimmer or something? it’s a cream instead of a liquid and silvery instead of gold. So, similar concept, different product. Not sure I need two, but my VS one is getting a little thick/dry so I might have to splurge on the Lorac one before too much longer….

    Thanks for the swatch! Forgot how awesome it was in the store. :p

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  • 11/1/11 0:03 Quinctia:

    Hmm…that’s really pretty! Is it anything like Pop’s Sparkle Sauce, if you’ve tried that? I nabbed that pretty cheaply off of BeautyTicket, but I’ve actually only used it to foil some of my baked shadows so far, haha.

    I’m not a huge matte wearer myself, I do find that using UDPP in Sin or Greed seems to take them up to about a satin finish.

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    • 11/1/11 11:42 the Muse:

      YES :) def tried it but this is actually a bit better, alot more shimmer to it ;-D!

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  • 11/3/11 15:58 theRothstanator:

    I need to try it under an eyeshadow….I adore this but it changes the color of some shadows :( I put it over a black shadow and it looked blue after I put it on top!

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