A Sublime Halloween Look featuring Pat McGrath Sublime Palettes

Posted by Christine

01/06

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About this Look

Pat McGrath’s eyeshadows are some of my favorites, and they are always interesting to combine, so with the release of Pat McGrath Sublime Bronze Temptation for the holidays, I thought I’d try seeing how it would pair with the larger, original Sublime Mothership Eyeshadow Palette.  I did something similar last time the six-pan palettes released.  With it being Halloween, I decided to go all out with shimmery goodness… feel free to swap in for mattes in the crease as you please! 

P.S. — You can view details of the other eye look here.

Step-by-Step Guide

  • Inner tearduct: VR Nectar (diffused up toward brow bone)
  • Inner lid: Bronze 005 (applied damp, slightly above and blended with inner crease/tearduct)
  • Middle of lid: Provocatrix
  • Outer lid: Blitz Emerald
  • Crease: Supernova
  • Deep crease: Xtreme Black
  • Above crease: Iconic
  • Browbone: Celestial
  • Lower lash line: Overdrive (waterline), Supernova (diffused against lower lash line), Corruption (lower lash line), Bronze 005 (below Corruption)
  • Cheeks: Golden Peach (blush), Medium-Nude (highlight), Yellow-Green (highlight)
  • Lips: Tiger Eye (all-over), Oyster Pearl (all-over), Gold (center)
Colorful
Smoky
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Both eyes look gorgeous! And the blushes are so pretty makes me want to buy the other Natasha Denona cheek palette that I don’t own the Darya one. Just wonder if the pink blush is too cool toned for me but it looks great on you!

Pink Champagne is definitely cool in tone but I find that gold shimmer makes it more “wearable” compared to other cooler pinks like it. I tend to reach for it when I have a blue/purple eye, and I like how the gold shimmer/sheen works on my skin tone while the cooler pink base plays off the cooler eye look!

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