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Pat McGrath Divine Cream Blush (new shades)

May 21, 2024

Pat McGrath Divine Cream Blush (new shades)

Pat McGrath added four new shades of the Divine Cream Blush Legendary Glow Color Balm ($29). The team sent 2 of the new ones alongside 2 previously launched shades for me to try. I have swatches to share today. New shades are currently available at Pat McGrath and Selfridges.

These are dewy balms for lips and cheeks. These have the same level of glow as the Chanel Baume Essentiels. They have a dewy finish that stays dewy (they have no dry down) and a glossy look. I know a lot of you are all about the dewy look and love these. For me they are really too dewy for the cheeks. I do really love the texture on the lips though! Pigment is on the sheer side, especially once you blend it out on the cheeks.

The four shades swatched in this post:

  • Alluring Nude (new) is a soft neutral nude beige
  • Divine Rose Glow (new) is a medium rose
  • Peach Lotus is a soft peach
  • Sunkissed Seduction is a terracotta brown

Pat McGrath Divine Cream Blush (new shades)

Pat McGrath Divine Cream Blush swatches

More swatches from last year in this post here. The original Divine Rose is a bit lighter in color compared to the new Divine Rose Glow. Both are very pretty soft rose colors, I like the newer one better because it’s slightly darker and shows up better on my skin.

Below wearing:

Lip + Cheek combos below:

Peach Lotus Divine Cream Blush
Lips: Venusian Peach SatinAllure + Peach Perversion LUST Gloss

Pat McGrath Divine Cream Blush Peach Lotus

Divine Rose Glow Divine Cream Blush
Lips: Divine Rose Glow Divine Cream Blush

Pat McGrath Divine Cream Blush Divine Rose Glow

Alluring Nude Divine Cream Blush
Lips: Flesh Astral LUST Gloss

Pat McGrath Divine Cream Blush Alluring Nude

Sunkissed Seduction Divine Cream Blush
Lips: Sunkissed Seduction Divine Cream Blush + Bronze Divinity LUST Gloss

Pat McGrath Divine Cream Blush Sunkissed Seduction

Overall really beautiful colors. I do think they wear well on the lips. For the cheeks they’re great if you like a dewy look for the blush, for me they are too dewy to wear comfortably on the face. If you want to see them in action I’ve linked the video below!

 

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New shades are currently available at Pat McGrath and Selfridges.

Blushes provided for review.

 

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Pat McGrath Labs Divine Blush Colour Balm Collection

June 28, 2023

Pat McGrath Divine Blush: Legendary Glow Colour Balm

Today I’m continuing my blush review series with a look at newness from Pat McGrath. She launched a balm blush called the Divine Blush Legendary Glow Colour Balm ($29 each), a new Luxe Eyeshadow Quad called Passion Fleur ($62) and a Highlighter Balm Duo in Xtreme Cyber Lotus ($58).

I have four of the balms plus the quad that I tested to review. You can find them now at Sephora and Pat McGrath Labs.

Divine Blush Legendary Glow Colour Balm

Pat McGrath Divine Blush: Legendary Glow Colour Balm

There are six shades of the Divine Blush Legendary Glow Colour Balm. I was sent 3 to test and purchased an additional shade to try. These are glowy balmy twist up sticks that give a soft wash of color with a dewy glass like finish. I’m usually not a fan of balmy dewy cheek products. They’re often too glossy in finish, have a sticky feel and rarely last long especially in humid weather.

  • Paradise Peony is a beautiful soft peachy pink
  • Divine Rose is a soft rose pink
  • Peach Lotus is a soft peach
  • Forbidden Fleur is a berry plum

Pat McGrath Divine Blush: Legendary Glow Colour Balm

Pat McGrath Divine Blush: Legendary Glow Colour Balm Paradise Peony

Pat McGrath Divine Blush: Legendary Glow Colour Balm Divine Rose

Pat McGrath Divine Blush: Legendary Glow Colour Balm Forbidden Fleur

After testing these I have to say that I don’t think they’re for me but they are exactly as described so I feel like I can’t give these a bad review. They’re hydrating and dewy and perform just like you’d expect a balm to. Colors sheer out once blended and give you that radiant fresh glow. Unfortunately on me it’s too glossy and glass like. Texture is on the thicker side which makes them adhere to the skin and stay put much longer than expected. However my hair gets stuck constantly on the cheeks.

On the lips they’re lovely but I prefer her other lip balm formulas for the lips instead. You can see them applied in action below. For skintone reference I’m wearing the Skin Fetish Foundation in Light Medium 14 (reviewed here). It’s still one of my favorite foundation formulas for a classic medium coverage finish.

 

 

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Colors are absolutely beautiful and very wearable. The finish is just not for me, even if I layer a powder blush on top.

Luxe Eyeshadow Quad in Passion Fleur

Pat McGrath Labs Luxe Eyeshadow Quad in Passion Fleur

I ordered the Luxe Eyeshadow Quad in Passion Fleur and absolutely love it. I am not a fan of purples on me but the matte eggplant is really pretty and very wearable as a liner or crease color. I think the other shimmers in the palette are just breathtakingly beautiful. They are very sparkly but they’re not glitters. Lasting power is excellent and the shades layer beautifully together. A solid thumbs up and I kinda like that it’s not the traditional bronzey or peachy eye palette you usually see for summer (even though I live for those kinds of shades).

Pat McGrath Labs Luxe Eyeshadow Quad in Passion Fleur

I do think if you’re a fan of dewy cheek products (I know a lot of you are) that you will really enjoy the balms for Pat McGrath. I can see myself maybe wearing one layered with powder for a nice evening out if I want to look fresh and glowy. But for everyday they just aren’t my cup of tea.

 

You can find them now at Sephora and Pat McGrath. Have you tried these yet? Are you a fan of cream or balmy cheek products?

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Pat McGrath Labs Divine Bronze Collection

May 5, 2023

Pat McGrath Labs Divine Bronze Collection

Pat McGrath launched new bronzers in her Divine Bronze Collection and everything is stunning. I ordered these sometime last month but there was a delay in shipment of some pieces. I just finally received everything and am happy to report the collection is beautiful.

There are some discounted bundles available online at the Pat McGrath website so if you’re shopping multiple pieces I highly recommend checking those out. A few pieces are available at Sephora as well but the full range seems to be exclusive to her website for now. A lot of her products are also on sale.

Skin Fetish Divine Bronzer

Pat McGrath Skin Fetish Divine Bronzer

Above: Bronze Dawn, Bronze Nirvana and Desert Glow

I picked up a few shades of the Skin Fetish Divine Bronzer ($39 each or $70 for a duo) and they’re ultra smooth. It looks like most of them are soft mattes, one has a tiny bit of shimmer. At first glance the shades I ordered looked really light in color in the pan. They apply a little darker on the skin but have a very natural look.

For my skin tone I like both Bronze Dawn and Desert Glow. Bronze Nirvana pulls a little too red/warm on me right now. For skintone reference I’m a Light Medium 14 in her foundation (review here).

Initially I wasn’t planning to try or swatch the lighter shade in Nude Honey because it looked so light in the pan I didn’t think it would show up. But based on how tan Bronze Dawn looked on my skin I decided to add it to the swatch mix. It’s a cooler tone and still shows up but looks more natural.

Overall formula is smooth, soft, easy to blend and matte. The shimmer in Desert Glow is very subtle. I really like these!

Pat McGrath Divine Bronzer swatches Bronze Dawn, Bronze Nirvana and Desert Glow

Pat McGrath Divine Pat McGrath Bronzer swatches Bronze Dawn, Bronze Nirvana and Desert Glow

Skin Fetish Divine Blush

Pat McGrath Skin Fetish Divine Blush in Divine Rose and Divine Rose III

above: top Divine Rose, bottom Divine Rose III

There’s a new shade of the Skin Fetish Divine Blush ($39) in Divine Rose III. I added a swatch of Divine Rose to the mix. The new one Divine Rose III is a warm rose with almost coral tones. If you like a soft wash of color Pat McGrath makes some great blushes. They’re almost a little too sheer/soft for me but I think they’re easy to build, have a nice demi-matte finish and look very natural.

Pat McGrath Skin Fetish Divine Blush ($39) in Divine Rose III

Divine Bronze Luxe Quad

Pat McGrath Divine Bronze Luxe Quad In Venusian Sunrise

I’m completely obsessed with the Divine Bronze Luxe Quad in Venusian Sunrise ($62). This palette has all the tones I gravitate towards with a shimmery champagne, two matte browns and a gold glitter topper. You can also see the application in action in a look here.

Pat McGrath Divine Bronze Luxe Quad In Venusian Sunrise

Pat McGrath Divine Bronze Luxe Quad In Venusian Sunrise

Nude Venus Lips

Pat McGrath Nude Venus Lips

Last we have a look at her Nude Venus lip lineup. She added a MatteTrance Lipstick ($39), LUST Gloss ($29) and Permagel Ultra Lip Pencil ($29). (I purchased the Lip Trio Bundle.) All three have that peachy nude vibe.

A number of you asked for comparison swatches of the MatteTrance Nude Venus to 1995 and Christy. The undertones are different – the Nude Venus Lipstick is warmer. Coverage is full, smooth and creamy. They do have that slight vanilla like scent to them but it’s not overpowering.

Pat McGrath Nude Venus Lips

I love her LUST Gloss so the new Nude Venus shade was a definite must for me. I love the color. It has sheer medium coverage. To get a color true to tube it’s best when layered over the lip pencil.

Pat McGrath Nude Venus Lips swatches

As a huge fan of her Permagel Ultra Lip Pencil I added a bunch of comparisons. I love that peachy pink nude shade and I own so many. There are a number of similar color options.

Pat McGrath Lip Pencil swatches

Overall a beautiful launch with colors I can see myself wearing everyday. I like that you can dress up the quad with the glitter, although I know glitter on the eyes isn’t everyone’s thing. I’m really happy with everything I purchased.

One last quick mention, I ordered the Blush Brush ($39) which is nice and well made, but not a must-have if you already own a good blush brush you love.

You can find everything available now at Pat McGrath Labs.

 

 

Did you check out anything from this collection? What did you think?

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Pat McGrath Love Collection

February 14, 2023

Pat McGrath Love Collection

Pat McGrath launched new palettes in her Love Collection for spring and I’m thrilled to share a look + swatches of all three. The full collection is available online at Pat McGrath along with discounted bundles. Today two of the palettes launched at Sephora.

In the Love Collection she has:

I have the 3 palettes, 1 liquid eyeshadow, 1 liquid lip and both blushes featured today.

MTHRSHP Eyeshadow Palette in Iconic Infatuation

Pat McGrath MTHRSHP Eyeshadow Palette in Iconic Infatuation

The MTHRSHP Eyeshadow Palette in Iconic Infatuation has a mix of soft rose and plum tones. At first glance this color scheme was my favorite but I actually ended up liking the matte palette the most. Colors include:

  • Candlelight Affair – pale ivory champagne shimmer
  • Bare Venus – matte dusty rose
  • Platinum Divinity – complex glitzy metallic taupe silvery plum
  • Eternal Love – deep matte plum brown
  • Fleurever Adored – shimmering warm rose plum
  • Endearment – dusty matte plum

This palette has a lot of powdery kick up when applying but the colors adhered well to the lids. For some reason the matte shades were a bit stiff and swatched patchy on my arm (even with primer) but they applied beautifully on the eyes. On the lids they layer nicely and are easy to blend.

Pat McGrath MTHRSHP Eyeshadow Palette in Iconic Infatuation swatches

Look below wearing:

Pat McGrath MTHRSHP Eyeshadow Palette in Iconic Infatuation Look

Pat McGrath MTHRSHP Eyeshadow Palette in Iconic Infatuation Look

MTHRSHP Eyeshadow Palette in Sublime Seduction

MTHRSHP Eyeshadow Palette in Sublime Seduction has all of my favorite coppery bronze tones. I think the color scheme is stunning but find it similar to her previous palettes. I love the shimmer and think I’ll be wearing this during the summer.

Pat McGrath MTHRSHP Eyeshadow Palette in Sublime Seduction

Colors include:

  • Champagne Desire – shimmery champagne
  • Peach Persuasion – matte warm orange
  • Bronze Fantasy – stunning shimmery bronze
  • Sable Seduction – deep matte bronze
  • Honey Lustre – shimmering gold
  • Burning Desire – matte warm brick brown

Pat McGrath MTHRSHP Eyeshadow Palette in Sublime Seduction

Look wearing same base products as above. Cheeks are Pat McGrath Skin Fetish Blush in Desert Orchid. Lips are a mix of By Terry Hyaluronic Hydra-Balm in Tea Time (also reviewed here) and Pat McGrath LUST Gloss in Peach Perversion.

Pat McGrath MTHRSHP Eyeshadow Palette in Sublime Seduction

Pat McGrath MTHRSHP Eyeshadow Palette in Sublime Seduction

MTHRSHP Eyeshadow Palette in Velvet Liaison

MTHRSHP Eyeshadow Palette in Velvet Liaison is my favorite of the three. It has perfect matte tones for a really beautiful soft matte eye look. Colors also swatched stiff/patchy on my arm but they blend well on the eyes. Since they are mattes though make sure your eye is well primed or moisturized. Even though this is my favorite I do think this is the most easy to dupe.

Pat McGrath MTHRSHP Eyeshadow Palette in Velvet Liaison

Colors include:

  • Beige Bliss – warm neutral beige
  • Enamored – matte brown
  • Plum Provocateur – dusty matte plum
  • Midnight Mink – deep brown
  • Barely Veiled – dusty mauve
  • Voluptuous Rose – matte rose

Quick note that these ended up swatching cooler/more intense on my arm compared to what I see in the palette.

Pat McGrath MTHRSHP Eyeshadow Palette in Velvet Liaison

Pat McGrath MTHRSHP Eyeshadow Palette in Velvet Liaison

Look wearing Pat McGrath Skin Fetish Blush in Fleurtatious, Lip Fetish Divinyl Lip Shine in Divine Rose 2 and Fenty Gloss Bomb in Riri.

LiquiLUST, FetishEYES, Skin Fetish Blush

Pat McGrath Love Collection

Here’s a quick look at a few other items in the collection. The Skin Fetish Blush in Fleurtatious is a repromote. It’s a really pretty soft muted beige pink that is understated and easy to wear.

I ordered one of the FetishEyes in Luna Rose and was pleasantly surprised to find it really wearable. It swatches very metallic and foiled but you can blend it out on the lids. There were a few shades I would have loved to order but they sold out so fast!

Last is a quick look at her LiquiLUST in Nude Cabaret which I have from a previous launch. I think this formula is nice and long-wearing. I’m really not a fan of matte liquid lipsticks as they tend to look dry on my lips, but the color is nice. I reviewed her other shades in this post here.

That wraps up my review of the Pat McGrath Love Collection. I think the colors are beautiful. I do think some of the mattes have a stiffer/harder texture than her other palettes which is probably why they swatched patchy on my arm. On the eyes I had no issue though.

Pat McGrath Love Collection

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Pat McGrath Huetopian Dream Collection

August 26, 2021

Pat McGrath Mothership IX Huetopian Dream Palette

Pat McGrath launched her new Huetopian Dream Collection and the new palette is absolutely stunning. All the items are available now online at Pat McGrath Labs and Sephora.

Mothership IX Eyeshadow Palette Huetopian Dream

Pat McGrath Mothership IX Huetopian Dream Palette

Mothership IX Eyeshadow Palette Huetopian Dream ($125) is probably my favorite palette launch to date from Pat McGrath and if you don’t mind wearing glitter sparkle toppers I think you’ll love it too. It has a mix of smooth shimmers, mattes, duo chrome shimmers, intense shimmers and sparkle glitter toppers.

Pat McGrath Mothership IX Huetopian Dream Palette Review

Pat McGrath Mothership IX Huetopian Dream Palette

The shimmers and mattes apply smoothly on the skin while the sparkle toppers are more chunky with the glitter flecks. Colors include:

  • Skinshow Nude Xtasy – cool toned champagne shimmer
  • Secret Eden – soft plum pink matte
  • Bronze Desire – sparkling bronze
  • Bronze Solaris 005 – glittery golden yellow
  • Astral Venusian Orchid – white gold glitter
  • Xtreme Plum Noir – deep matte plum brown
  • Cosmic Bloom – complex rose pink sparkle shimmer
  • Shockwave – matte coral pink
  • Blitz Sextreme – duochrome bronze purple silver shimmer
  • Astral Amethyst Moon – sparkly lilac purple

Pat McGrath Mothership IX Huetopian Dream Palette swatches

IntensifEYES Artistry Wand

Pat McGrath IntensifEYES Artistry Wand

Another new launch is the IntensifEYES Artistry Wand ($32) also available in a Duo Set ($52). This is a multi-purpose product which is quite interesting and I don’t think I’ve seen anything like it. You can apply it to the lids to prime for eyeshadow (in particular the glitters or sparkles to make them adhere better). Or you can also apply on top of shadow and it transforms it into an almost liquid formula. I think it’s quite unique but for me not essential as it’s an extra step I don’t think is necessary.

FetishEYES Mascara

Pat McGrath FetishEYES Mascara

For the eyes the FetishEYES Mascara ($30) has been a repromoted which I think is a good basic everyday mascara, but I actually prefer the Dark Star Mascara formula for better volume and length.

I did a look on my Instagram Reels wearing the palette, also wearing:

  • Pat McGrath Skin Fetish Sublime Perfection Foundation in LM14 (review here)
  • Pat McGrath Skin Fetish Sublime Perfection Concealer in LM 13 (review + swatches here)
  • Pat McGrath Huetopian Dream Eyeshadow Palette
  • Victoria Beckham Eyeliner in Cocoa
  • Pat McGrath Skin Fetish Divine Blush in Divine Rose
  • Pat McGrath Lip Fetish Divinyl in Divine Rose 2 (review here)
  • Pat McGrath LUST Gloss in Aphrodisiac (swatches here)

 

I think the colors in the palette are gorgeous. The texture, pigment and lasting power are all excellent. There is some fall out with the glitters when I apply but once product is on the lids (I pat on with fingers) they pretty much stay put. As much as I love it though I wonder how many of you are glitter/sparkle wearers. I think she does such a great job on her palettes for that extra glam vibe – I wonder if she will ever launch an all matte palette or one without glitters.

I have heard that some think this one is similar to other palettes. Based on what I have Huetopian Dream seems different enough to me to justify owning, although I do not have the Mothership VIII Divine Rose II which looks like it could be similar in some of the tones. In case you want to see swatches of other palettes/quads I’ve reviewed, I’ve linked them below:

You can find the Pat McGrath Labs Huetopian Dream collection out now at Pat McGrath and Sephora.

Pat McGrath Huetopian Dream collection provided for review.

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Pat McGrath Divine Blush Collection Review

May 24, 2021

Pat McGrath Divine Blush Collection Review

Pat McGrath just launched her new Divine Blush Collection featuring nine powder blushes, a new highlighter, a new eyeshadow quad and new lip colors. I received a press kit with a selection of items from the new launch including 3 of the blushes. I loved the formula and colors so much I ordered the remaining colors and will review them when they arrive.

Everything is available online at Pat McGrath.

In today’s look:

Eyeshadow Quad

Pat McGrath Venus in Fleurs Luxe Quad in Voyeruistic Vixen

Her new Venus in Fleurs Luxe Quad in Voyeruistic Vixen has four shades with a smooth metallic shimmery pale cool-toned pink champagne, a glittery duo-chrome pink orange copper with chunky flecks of sparkle, a matte reddish plum brown and a beautiful metallic bronze taupe with a soft golden sheen. Colors shift depending on how the light catches the shimmers.

Colors each have a different kind of texture but pigment is smooth, easy to blend and layer. I do think the glittery shade is best applied as a topper in a patting motion with fingers to avoid fallout. The glittery color is very sparkly and glittery.

I think the quad is beautiful. As a non-glitter wearer I almost wish the sparkle shade was a duochrome shimmer, but I really love the other colors in the palette and I do think that sparkle is fun to add more glitz and glam to the eyes.

Pat McGrath Venus in Fleurs Luxe Quad in Voyeruistic Vixen

Pat McGrath Venus in Fleurs Luxe Quad in Voyeruistic Vixen swatches

Skin Fetish Blush + Highlighters

Pat McGrath Skin Fetish Divine Powder Blush in Nude Venus, Cherish, Nymphette

There are 9 new Skin Fetish Divine Powder Blushes. These come in a single mirrored compact with a gorgeous embossed pattern. There are two finishes in a demi-matte and a satin with soft shimmer, but on my skin they all apply with the same kind of soft finish. They have a silky kind of powdery feel on the skin and blend out nicely. I haven’t done extensive testing on all of the colors on the face as I just received them, but the two I tested did last for hours on the skin without fading, darkening or oxidizing.

Nude Venus is my favorite so far which is a soft peach. Nymphette is a lighter pink with a soft pink pearl. Cherish is a perfect pink. I think the colors are perfect wearable shades that I want to wear everyday. These have a soft texture and pigment is semi-sheer for the 2 lighter shades Nude Venus and Nymphette (but buildable). Pigment in Cherish and I suspect the deeper shades is richer and a bit more opaque.

Pat McGrath Skin Fetish Divine Glow Highlighter in Golden Nectar

She added a new Skin Fetish Divine Glow Highlighter in Golden Nectar which surprised me. In the compact it looks like your standard pale gold shimmer. On the skin it reveals a more peachy glow which you can see in the compact when you hold it at an angle. This one is truly beautiful! It’s quite shimmery but has a smooth finish and does not emphasize pores. Pigment is very strong but this one is easy to blend out.

Pat McGrath Skin Fetish Blush + Divine Glow swatches

New Lip Colors

Pat McGrath MatteTrance DreamLover, Skin Fetish Lip Balm in Flesh7, Divine Rose2

I’m the biggest fan of the Pat McGrath MatteTrance Lipsticks and I love her new Dream Lover. This is my perfect peachy nude pink color. It has a similar vibe to Christy and Divine Rose but the undertone is a bit different. Unfortunately hand swatches make them all look the same but the other two are a bit more pink while the new one is more peachy. Coverage is opaque, smooth, flawless and matte without looking dry.

For her Lip Fetish Balms she launched two new shades in Divine Rose 2 a soft neutral cool rose pink and Flesh 7 a plum brown that pulls more red/plum on me (because almost all brown tones with any hint of plum pull red on my lips). Both have really good pigment for a balm. These are effortless to apply and I love the colors. There is a soft vanilla like scent but it’s subtle. Since they are balms they won’t have extremely long lasting power. I’d say they last longer than the YSL Rouge Volupte Shines and about the same as Chanel Rouge Coco Blooms.

Last I added a swatch of her LUST Gloss in Earth Angel. It’s a repromoted and it has the prettiest color shift when you see it in person. Photos can’t do it justice but I added a swatch anyways.

Pat McGrath Lip swatches

Looks Wearing the new collection, my foundation shade right now is the Pat McGrath Skin Fetish in Medium 15. Eyeshadow palette is the Voyeuristic Vixen in all the looks.

LOOK 1 wearing Blush in Nude Venus and Matte Revolution in Dream Lover:

Pat McGrath Divine Blush Nude Venus and MatteTrance Dream Lover

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LOOK 2 wearing Blush in Nude Venus, Highlighter in Golden Nectar, Matte Revolution in Dream Lover:

Pat McGrath Blush Nude Venus, Highlighter Golden Nectar, MatteTrance Dream Lover

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LOOK 3 wearing Blush in Cherish and Lip Balm in Divine Rose 2:

Pat McGrath Blush Cherish + Lip Balm Divine Rose2

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LOOK 4 wearing Blush in Nymphette and Lip Balm in Flesh 7:

Pat McGrath Blush Nymphette + Lip Balm Flesh 7

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Overall love everything! I don’t know that I could pick a favorite because I think they are all stand outs. Even though I have so many lip colors I always look forward to her lip launches and the colors in this new collection are gorgeous.

I have high hopes for the other blush colors and will keep you posted when they arrive! Everything is available now at Pat McGrath. I love that she has bundles available at a price break if you buy her sets. The collection should also arrive at Sephora end of the month.

Did you order anything from her launch yet? What did you get?

Pat McGrath Divine Blush Collection items provided for review.

 

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Pat McGrath Labs LiquiLUST Review

March 24, 2021

Pat McGrath LiquiLUST Legendary Matte Lipstick

I have a look at some new liquid lipstick colors today with swatches of the Pat McGrath Labs LiquiLUST Legendary Wear Matte Lipsticks. She launched 2 shades in Divine Nude and Divine Rose earlier this year (review + swatches here) and just added 6 more colors to the formula lineup. Available online at Pat McGrath and Sephora.

These are long-wear liquid lipsticks with a matte finish. Once they dry they have a matte budge-proof finish. They stayed put on the lips. Being a matte finish they do have that dry matte lip look but they did not feel drying on the lips. I like the color range and if you’re looking for a matte liquid lip I think these are worth checking out! I am not the biggest fan of matte lips since I’m more of a glossy lipstick person. I prefer the look of her MatteRevolution Lipsticks on my lips but those aren’t transfer or budge proof like these LiquiLUST.

All the colors applied smoothly with full coverage. Since I have a darker lip than the lightest shade I did have to swipe a few times to get an even layer. These come with a pointed sponge tip applicator.

Pat McGrath LiquiLUST Liquid Lipstick

Pat McGrath LiquiLUST Legendary Matte Lipstick

New colors include:

  • Nude Cabaret – soft peachy pink nude
  • Spellbound – warm brown
  • Wild Orchid – purple plum orchid
  • Pink Desire – bold warm pink
  • Elson 4 – perfect bold red
  • Flesh 3 – deeper red brown

Swatches:

Pat McGrath LiquiLUST Legendary Matte Lipstick swatches

Swatch comparisons:

Liquid Lipstick swatches MAC, NARS, Fenty, Pat McGrath

On bare lips:

Pat McGrath LiquiLUST Nude Cabaret

Pat McGrath LiquiLUST Divine Nude

Pat McGrath LiquiLUST Spellbound

Pat McGrath LiquiLUST Wild Orchid

Pat McGrath LiquiLUST Pink Desire

Pat McGrath LiquiLUST Elson 4

Pat McGrath LiquiLUST Flesh 3

New colors side by side (Divine Nude and Divine Rose reviewed here):

Pat McGrath LiquiLUST review and swatches

Pat McGrath LiquiLUST review and swatches

You can find all the colors of the LiquiLUST available online at Pat McGrath and Sephora. If you’re shopping more than one color Pat McGrath has bundles available on her website including the Everything Kit, LiquiLUST Duo and LiquiLUST Trio. Bottom line a solid formula, beautiful colors and long lasting power.

LiquiLUST provided for review.