Lorac : WILD for TANtalizer Collection Review

I’m really pale, so I need all the help I can get when it comes to looking like I have a tan and a healthy glow. Thank goodness for Lorac’s WILD for TANtalizer Collection ($135 value for $39). If you love to shimmer and glow, this is the collection for you.

This boxed collection kit includes a little bag, shimmery bronzer, a lipgloss, and a very wearable shadow palette with 4 gorgeous eyeshadow colors.

WILD for TANtalizer Collection ($39): “This limited-edition set contains all the warm-weather must-haves including an eye shadow quad with shimmering gold and bronze eye shadows, a limited-edition animal-print face bronzer, TANtalizer Lips With Benefits Gloss in a super sexy peach-bronze shade, and an exotic canvas bag with animal-print details. This set contains:- 0.37 oz Wild For TANtalizer Bronzing Powder- 4 x 0.08 oz Wild For TANtalizer Eye Shadow Palette- 0.19 oz TANtalizer Lips With Beneifts Gloss in Raoul- Canvas makeup bag What it is formulated WITHOUT:- Parabens- Sulfates – Phthalates- GMOs- Triclosan”

Here are some  swatches of the WILD for TANtalizer Collection ($39) along with 2 additional lipglosses (Marco and Antonio: $18 each).

The bronzer has a healthy amount of shimmer, especially in the beginning as you can see below. The second swatch is more of an accurate swatch of the bronzer after the initial layer of shimmer is gone.

This shadow palette is by far my favorite part of the collection. The palette includes Fierce (highlight), Tigris (medium shade), Panthera (deep shade), and Saber (darkest shade). These shadows are very pigmented, so use a light hand and build up the color.

The shimmery shadows can be used wet or dry which is also great for creating different looks. Use wet for a dramatic effect and use dry for more of a smokey look. While some may dislike the simple packaging… I actually like the minimal cardboard packaging. It’s sturdy, has a good-sized mirror, and closes with a magnet.

Below are swatches of one exclusive lipgloss included the collection kit (Raoul), and 2 additional lipglosses.
(Marco and Antonio: $18)

All 3 lipglosses have a creamy-frosty finish leaving the lips with a ton of shine, shimmer and glow. I like that these lipglosses are not sticky, but they’re not that moisturizing. The best way to describe the smell of these lipglosses… brown sugar?… or maybe even chocolate! Either way, they all smells good.

From left to right: Antonio, Marco and Raoul (exclusive to the Collection).

So what do you think? Let me know your thoughts!~

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  1. Jennifer
    August 14, 2012 / 10:52 am

    I love Lorac and these colors! Is the bronzer dark after the shimmer layer? Did you get this at Sephora or Ulta? Thanks!

    • August 19, 2012 / 3:31 pm

      Hi Jennifer, this is available at Sephora. Link is included on the post. 🙂
      As far as the color, I think darkness is relative to how dark you naturally are. I’m on the lighter side, so yes, the bronzer is a good amount of color for me to see the color. If you’re darker, you may not see it as much. Having said that, the bronzer has a beautiful light shimmer throughout the bronzer (of course not as much as the initial shimmer layer), so it beautiful as an all over bronzer. Hope this helps.