PAT McGRATH LABS Sublime Highlighter Trio
Are you tired of whimpy, toned-down highlighters? If so, the Sublime Skin Highlight Trio by Pat McGrath may be just what you need to really bring it.
I picked up this cool little, magnetic and elastic closure palette on the Pat McGrath site. And, this Palette d’enlumineurs is definitely a splurge at $50.00 USD. After first considering it online a number of times, I finally gave in and purchased it.
The TEXTURE—All three shades have an ultra-smooth powder/cream consistency that adheres to skin and never looks cake-y.
The SHADES—a frost with pink shift, a frost with finite gold sparkle & a bronze glow
(I know you are dying to see the pans of color up-close):
The actual color names for each of these are:
- Iridescent Pink 003
- Fine Gold 003
- Bronze Nectar 003
And, of course!, the swatches:
The highlight provided by these shades equals a shimmering veil of dimensional color. My favorite is the Iridescent Pink because I feel it has the most shade complexity and I love the blue-toned iridescence.
All of these Skin Fetish have highlights that are made of small particles and intsy sparkles. No chunky glitter ensures long wear and allows for buildable glitz.
Iridescent Pink on me:
I’ve just been wearing these on all of the versatile high points of my face, but they will also be a perfect addition to any place on your skin where you want to call attention (such as: décolletage, collar bones, cupid’s bow of lips, bridge of nose, top of cheek bones, shoulders and even arms with evening wear).
The vivid illumination of these highlighters can be described as: vivid, mysterious, ethereal, otherworldly, galactic, brilliant and breathtaking! Can you tell that I love these?
The whole palette only weighs 12g/0.42oz, and closes-up so securely with the added small elastic band, that will allow for easy toting for touch ups or sharing a few well placed touches. I like applying these with my fingertips so I transfer the most pigment but you can also use a fan brush or powder brush if you prefer.
If you have used these highlighters, I would love to hear what you thought. Or, let me know if you have another go-to highlighter.
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