A Subliminal Dark Star Look with Pat McGrath Subliminal Palettes

Posted by Christine

01/05

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About this Look

Here’s a look using the original Pat McGrath Subliminal Palette along with the new Subliminal Dark Star Palette!

Step-by-Step Guide

  • Inner tearduct: Pale Gold 002
  • Inner lid: Enraptured
  • Middle of lid: VR Violet
  • Outer lid: Interstellar
  • Crease: Depth
  • Deep crease: Metropolis (a bit on the outer corner, too)
  • Above crease: Ultimate Taupe
  • Browbone: Skinshow Nude
  • Lower lash line: Scorch, Substance, Entice
  • Cheeks: Bronze (03) (highlight), Luminous Bronze Light
  • Lips: Donovan (copper), Ellie (pink)
Colorful
Smoky
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I love the combination of warm golden shades with the more cool toned purple! Makes me want to try out the colour combo though I’m not sure I have any suitable purples.

Yes, somehow, in my infinite wisdom, I thought I could create a look using the Subliminal color stories that would work well across the 30-some odd Tom Ford lipsticks I planned to swatch… hence the mix of cool and warm as I tried to keep the color part a little more played down than usual, LOL.

It looks beautiful! I wish I could do something like that…gonna keep playing around with the Dark Star. It’s really pretty and I’m enjoying it a lot so far!

Yes indeed. Hence my longing for the Dark Star palette. I’ve decided I’ll never get this palette (because of the black), but I bet I have what I need in my stash to nail or get close to all the other colors (maybe without the same quality, but it’s worth a try).

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