I shared the Pat McGrath Skin Fetish Sublime Concealer before this post, and now I wanted to share the Pat McGrath Skin Fetish Sublime Perfection Blurring Under Eye Powder too as they’ll be launching together alongside three brushes. Pat McGrath already sells a foundation which has proved to be a very successful launch for the brand, so it was only a matter of time before they introduced more base products.
Pat McGrath Skin Fetish Sublime Perfection Blurring Under Eye Powder
The Pat McGrath Skin Fetish Sublime Perfection Blurring Under Eye Powder has been formulated to complement the concealer with a luxurious, silky smooth formula.
Providing targeted application that brightens dark circles and diminishes the look of fine lines and wrinkles for a flawless and youthful appearance. Each Under-Eye Powder shade is uniquely calibrated to correspond to the Concealer’s 36 colour-true hues and the System’s five shade families.
The Powder glides on effortlessly, imparting captivating radiance and ensuring an even-toned finish for a bright, fresh under-eye. Lighter than air, it delivers soft-focus effects that visibly blur fine lines and imperfections.
Pat McGrath Skin Fetish Sublime Perfection Blurring Under Eye Powder Shades:
LIGHT pairs with Concealer shades 1-14
MEDIUM pairs with Concealer shades 15-28
DEEP pairs with Concealer shades 29-36
The Pat McGrath Skin Fetish Sublime Perfection Blurring Under Eye Powder contains 4g of product, and is going to be £23 once it launches after the 21st of February via the Pat McGrath UK website.
There are three shades; Light, Medium and Deep, and there’s a helpful guide on their website showing which powder shade would suit which shade in her concealer shade range.
The packaging is so sleek, with a domed, matte black plastic compact and a mirror inside the lid. The compact comes in one of the brand’s iconic gold foil pouches filled with sequins. It’s very pretty presentation, but totally unnecessary especially with the big focus on sustainability and plastic wastage.
I don’t think the powder needs to be presented within one of these pouches, as the packaging looks luxe already as it is. I think the shade range could be extended, but the light shade does look like it might be translucent so it could work for more skintones.
All images belong to Pat McGrath.
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