Lorac Pirates of the Caribbean Palette Bingo!

Hi Friends!

I have another Palette Bingo post to share with you all today. For this one, I chose to use the Lorac Pirates of the Caribbean eyeshadow palette. I reviewed this palette not too long ago and I really so like it but I haven’t been reaching for it as much as I would like. I think the packaging just gets in the way and I would prefer to reach for something a little more convenient. But I thought, I would bring this out for a palette bingo so I could remind myself of how much I actually do like this palette.


So if you aren’t familiar with what a palette bingo challenge is, it is essentially where you select random shades, I usually chose 4, and then you create a makeup look with them. I used a random number generator from Google to select the following shades:

16 – Sea Haze

10 – Tell No Tales

5 – Black Pearl

7 – Bones


First, I took Bones which is a soft matte brown shade into my crease as the transition shade. It is kind of light on my skin tone so you may not see it that well in the picture but it is there!


I then took Tell No Tales and focused the color in the outer v of my eye lid. I like the way this one blended on top of Bones, it looks really simple but nice.


Next, I took Sea Haze and blended that on the inner half of my eye lid. I actually didn’t intent to do this, I meant to grab Black Pearl but I guess I was distracted so I just went with it. I already did a look with this Sea Haze color on part two of my Lorac Pirates of the Caribbean review but its okay.


And lastly, I swept Black Pearl all across my lower lash line. This was probably my favorite part of the entire look. It looked really nice on the lower lash line.


And here is the final look!


I really liked the way this look turned out, especially when I added Black Pearl. I thought it made the whole look come together! Plus that is just a really unique shade. Let me know down below what you think of this look! What would you have done with these 4 shades? I would love to know!

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