Pat McGrath Labs have revealed their newest launch (which is available here), and it’s a very exciting one indeed. Let me introduce you to the brand new Pat McGrath Dark Star Mascara, which is their second mascara, following their FetishEyes Mascara.
It’s definitely mascara season for the luxury brands right now, with Hourglass announcing their new mascara yesterday, and today it’s all about the Pat McGrath Dark Star Mascara. Keep on reading to find out all about this fantastic new luxury lash launch..
Pat McGrath shared some sneak peeks on her Instagram page ahead of the full reveal, which she tends to do before any launch, and it’s a great way to generate hype and excitement before we even know what it is. It’s always fun reading the comments and seeing what everyone thinks the new launch is going to be.
Pat McGrath Dark Star Mascara
It’s only been a few weeks since the Pat McGrath Divine Rose II Palette launched, which was one of the biggest beauty launches of 2020 by far. So we’re very lucky to have the Pat McGrath Dark Star Mascara launching so soon after that stunning palette.
Many high-end brands tend to price their luxurious mascaras at around the $35 / £30 price point, so £24 is very reasonable considering the quality and efficacy you get with Pat McGrath products.
“Prepare to teleport eyes to the dark side in a future-perfect gel-hybrid formulation that glides on effortlessly, delivering voluptuous volume, gravity-defying lift and legendary length in a single step.” – Pat McGrath Labs
- Gel-Hybrid Formula: Glides on evenly and adds texture with effortless control.
- Micro-Fine Cream Pigments: Build luxurious volume.
- Flexible Polymers: Offer control, structure, and shape without the weight.
The Pat McGrath Dark Star Mascara is an instantly volumising mascara that delivers intergalactic glamour, antigravity lift and luxurious length with maximum impact and control – all in one.
Formula features pitch-black micro-fine crème pigments which teleport eyes, layering each lash with lavish volume and exaggerated extraterrestrial effects. Lashes are immediately fuller, stretched and more defined, reaching beyond the stratosphere with ethereal structure and shape.
The contoured brush silhouette features dense, strategically placed fibers in varying lengths that grab every lash, elevating all with otherworldly allure. Lashes are pushed-up, sculpted and loaded with texture from the root outward for intense inky volume with every coat.
Holding the wand horizontally, firmly push into the roots of your upper lashline to deposit a major dose of pigment, wiggling left and right as you pull the wand towards the tips of the lashes. Turn your wand vertically and use the brush to separate and style the lashes in place.
The Pat McGrath Dark Star Mascara is exquisitely packaged within a gold metallic tube which gives me YSL mascara vibes, but it looks very luxurious and sleek.
The mascara features an amazing natural bristled wand, with a fantastic hourglass shape to help catch every lash, and adding volume and intensity from the root to the tip of each lash.
Water, Paraffin, Glyceryl Stearate, Synthetic Beeswax, Stearic Acid, Acacia Senegal Gum, Butylene Glycol, Palmitic Acid, Oryza Sativa (Rice) Bran Wax, Polybutene, Vp/Eicosene Copolymer, Ozokerite, Aminomethyl Propanol, Microcrystalline Cellulose, Hydrogenated Vegetable Oil, Phenoxyethanol, Stearyl Stearate, Hydroxyethylcellulose, Tropolone, Iron Oxides (Ci 77499).
I for one am very excited to purchase the Pat McGrath Dark Star Mascara as the mascara wand is my absolute favourite type of wand. I naturally have very short, straight lashes so hourglass shaped wands with natural bristles are ideal for lashes like mine.
The formula features extremely intense pigment for dramatic and intense looking lashes, and the colour is actually called Xtreme Black if you needed any more convincing to give it a try.
There are some videos of models using the Pat McGrath Dark Star Mascara on the Pat McGrath website right here, which shows how amazing the formula is as their lashes look so incredible, you’d honestly believe they were false lashes.