Lorac Cream Eyeshadow Collection

Lorac Cream Eyeshadow Collection

I never need an excuse to place an order at Ulta but the Lorac Cream Eyeshadow Collection seems like a great excuse to place one.

I need this set in my life, it’s $12 and oh so different for Lorac.

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This limited edition collection features six pearlescent cream eyeshadows that you can use to line or shade eyes. The bullet shaped packaging allows you to swivel color up to reveal a shimmering chubby shadow that glides across eyes. All six shades are housed in a black compact.

The best part?

The sweet $12 price tag.

Yes, please, I’ll take one.

Available now at Ulta.com

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  • 11/29/11 15:27 Carrie:

    I picked this up on Black Friday. Really cute!

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    • 11/29/11 15:28 the Muse:

      i wants too!

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  • 11/29/11 17:47 winni:

    I want tooooooo!

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  • 11/29/11 17:49 Lyn:

    I bought these but they made my eyes itch so I brought them back. First time I tried Lorac (and probably the last), but that’s how the makeup dice roll sometimes. :)

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  • 11/30/11 2:52 Rose:

    Any Swatches? I’d very much appreciate it. I LOVE Lorac =)

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  • 11/30/11 8:52 Margaret:

    I bought an almost identical set of these many, many years ago when Sephora was still a rather new company. Hmmm, must have been over 15 years ago!

    Anyway, I loved the way they looked in the packaging but the formula was absolutely lousy; it was thick and sticky and didn’t blend well *at all*.

    I’d be really interested to hear if they have improved on this product!

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  • 11/30/11 8:53 Margaret:

    Wait, maybe not 15 years ago, but close.

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  • 12/2/11 2:26 Melissa:

    I snagged this on Black Friday. I have no idea why Lorac dubbed these “cream shadows.” They’re not. They remind me more of a bullet shaped shadow pencil than anything close to a cream shadow. But once I adjusted my expectations a little, I find that I quite like these. Here are a few thoughts!

    1. These are on the small side. The shadow portion is about the size of my pinky fingernail. But I guess for $2 a shadow, that is not unexpected.

    2. They are definitely dry when thinking of these as a “cream.” Comparing these to other cream shadows, they do not measure up. Comparing these to other shadow pencils, I find them to be of descent quality.

    3. I love the color selection- white, cream, beige, plum, dark brown, and black. The white is shimmery, and it shows up subtly. It works great as an eye brow or inner eye corner highlighter. I don’t think I will have much use for the dark brown or the black. I personally have a hard time blending cream shadows into the cream, so I generally only apply cream shadows to the lid. But the cream, beige, and plum shades work well for this! All of them have a subtle shimmer, no glitter overload. I love both the cream and the beige, and the plum is great as well… but I’ve always been a sucker for purples!

    4. These don’t provide good coverage at one swipe. It definitely takes a few swipes to get the full color effect.

    5. It’s super cheap and definitely travel friendly! Always a plus!

    I can’t say much about how well these wear throughout the day. I will say that when I swatched these on my arm, they survived through soap and water really well. I had to pull out the makeup remover to get them off. I haven’t worn these for more than a few hours at a time. That has nothing to do with the shadows, just my mid-day gym, shower, makeup x2 routine. :)

    Anyway at $12 they are definitely a steal!

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  • 12/22/11 13:04 Julie:

    Does anyone know where I can find this eyeshadow kit? I got one on black Friday, and I LOVE it!!! Now, I can’t find it anywhere, and I want more!!! Why did they sell this sample if they aren’t going to carry it?

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