The Lorac Pro Palette ($42 at Sephora) is a mostly neutral palette with the addition of some maroon, purple and blue-gray. It features eight matte shades – which is a great collection in itself – seven shimmer shades and one glitter shade. It can be worn wet or dry.
The Lorac Unzipped eyeshadow palette ($40, Sephora) is a neutral palette with ten shades in various finishes and a mini version of their eyeshadow primer. These shades lean toward pink undertones, which gives the illusion of warmth on the skin without clashing with cool skin tones. The palette is made of cardboard with a magnetic closure, and a nice big mirror.
When Hautelook offered a couple of Lorac eyeshadow palettes for a deep discount a couple of months ago, I snatched them both up. This review is for the neutral palette called Sand Tropez.