Editor's Rating & Review
LORAC's On Screen Duo contains a powder and cream shadow that together will get your eyes red-carpet ready. The frosty finish of the pressed powder shadow (which contains reportedly blemish-friendly white lily extract) makes it perfect for highlighting. The darker cream shadow works well as liner or over the lid for more drama. Champagne and Caviar, one of three glamorous options, gave me a dark gray smoky eye with champagne-beige shimmer that garnered compliments. By day's end, the cream shadow had faded a little but there was no creasing.
LORAC On Screen Duo Reviews
Defective Product PackagingThe cream shadow didn't last long as it became impossible to get from pot. Shadow has lots of fine shine. — 2 months, 3 weeks agotaylorsgems | 62 reviews
Nope!I am a fan of Lorac products, but this was a big fail. I wanted to try gel eyeliner or something new that I could apply with my own brush and I picked this because of it's cute packaging and the highlighting shadow in the lid - how convenient! Well the shadow was too shimmery for my taste and the liner was hard as a rock! I literally had to heat it up to get it to go on my brush and it always turned out as a big, smudgy mess! Completely ran with my oily skin. Totally NOT worth the price. — 2 years, 10 months agoGlamologyEsthetics | 29 reviews
Save your moneyonly thing good about this is it is small for easy storage but way too $$$ for the bang. — 3 years, 5 months agomacaomom | 42 reviews
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