Pat McGrath playtime! I don’t get to play with makeup very often these days, let alone blog about it! I have a very neglected collection of Pat McGrath products which I desperately had to use. There are more in my collection but I think I managed to get a decent selection on my face this time around!
Bobbi Brown Vitamin Enriched Face Base applied with fingers (like a moisturiser)
Urban Decay Eyeshadow Primer Potion Original applied on eyelids with fingers
Bobbi Brown Corrector in Dark Peach under my eyes applied with the Bobbi Brown Cream Blending Brush and blended with my fingers
Carron Cosmetics Cream Foundation in M3 applied with the Real Techniques Buffing Brush
Carron Cosmetics Loose Powder in M2 applied to nose and chin using the Real Techniques Powder Bleu Face Brush B01 and under my eyes and on my smile lines with Real Techniques Angled Highlighter Brush
Pat McGrath Labs Copper 003 Cream applied on lids using my fingers
Pat McGrath Labs Deep Velvet eyeshadow (from the MTHRSHP Subliminal Platinum Bronze Eye Palette) in the crease and outer corner of the lid using Real Techniques brush 213
Pat McGrath Labs Pale Fire eyeshadow (from the MTHRSHP Subversive La Vie en Rose Eye Palette) on the lid (forgot which brush I used!)
Pat McGrath Labs (original) Skin Fetish 003 Nude Shiny Stick Highlighter under the brows
Pat McGrath Labs (original) Skin Fetish Nude Iridescent Pink 003 pigment under the brows using Smashbox Fan Brush and in the inner corners of my eyes using MAC brush 209
Bobbi Brown No Smudge Waterproof Mascara on the bottom lashes
Benefit Bad Gal Bang on upper lashes
Soap and Glory Smoulder Kohl in Superblack on the lash line
Pat McGrath Labs Deep Velvet eyeshadow (from the MTHRSHP Subliminal Platinum Bronze Eye Palette) and Pat McGrath Labs Purple Regin eyeshadow (from the MTHRSHP Subversive La Vie en Rose Eye Palette) mixed together under the lower lash line using MAC brush 219
Pat McGrath Labs Purple Regin eyeshadow (from the MTHRSHP Subversive La Vie en Rose Eye Palette) mixed with Mehron Mixing Fluid to create a liquid eyeliner for the top lash line applied with MAC brush 210
Bobbi Brown Eyeshadow in Mahogany to fill in my brows using my Bare Minerals Angled Liner brush
Pixi Beauty Brow Tamer (not pictured)
Cheeks and Lips
Pat McGrath Labs Rose Risqué eyeshadow (from the MTHRSHP Subversive La Vie en Rose Eye Palette) on the apples of my cheeks using Real Techniques brush 300
Pat McGrath Labs (original) Skin Fetish Nude Iridescent Pink 003 pigment to highlight cheekbones and nose using Smashbox Fan Brush
Sleek Face Contour Kit in Medium 885 – the dark shade to contour my cheeks, forehead and chin using a large fan brush and my nose using a different brush!
Pat McGrath Labs Metallic Gold Pigment from Lust 004 to highlight my cupids bow and lower lip using Real Techniques Fan Lip Brush
Pat McGrath Labs Luxetrance Lipstick in Lust Angeles 403
Pat McGrath Labs Clear Vinyl Gloss from Lust 004
Some products are old favourites whilst others were quite new. The Copper Cream blew me away. I don’t usually use cream eyeshdow but it’s incredible! The Deep Velvet eyeshadow is going to get used a lot and I bought the La Vie en Rose palette just for the pink and purple. I love Lust Angeles and the Vinyl Gloss is the best lipgloss I have ever used. The Metallic Gold Pigment is incredible, it’s almost like real powdered gold. As you can see, I used eyeshadow as blusher because Pat McGrath has not released blushers…yet. Finally the Iridescent Pink pigment has been a favourite since the second it arrived. Most people highlight with gold but this pink is stunning.
I have more where that came from! What would you like to see me try? I still have the muted purples and golds to try as well as most of the Platinum Bronze Palette. Comment below or on one of my social channels!