Pat McGrath Celestial Divinity Collection for Holiday 2020 (Updated 10/16)

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Pat McGrath Celestial Divinity Collection for Holiday 2020 (Updated 10/16)
Pat McGrath Celestial Divinity Collection for Holiday 2020 (Updated 10/16)
Pat McGrath Celestial Divinity Collection for Holiday 2020 (Updated 10/16)
Pat McGrath Celestial Divinity Collection for Holiday 2020 (Updated 10/16)
Pat McGrath Celestial Divinity Collection for Holiday 2020 (Updated 10/16)
Pat McGrath Celestial Divinity Collection for Holiday 2020 (Updated 10/16)
Pat McGrath Celestial Divinity Collection for Holiday 2020 (Updated 10/16)
Pat McGrath Celestial Divinity Collection for Holiday 2020 (Updated 10/16)
Pat McGrath Celestial Divinity Collection for Holiday 2020 (Updated 10/16)
Pat McGrath Celestial Divinity Collection for Holiday 2020 (Updated 10/16)
Pat McGrath Celestial Divinity Collection for Holiday 2020 (Updated 10/16)
Pat McGrath Celestial Divinity Collection for Holiday 2020 (Updated 10/16)
Pat McGrath Celestial Divinity Collection for Holiday 2020 (Updated 10/16)
Pat McGrath Celestial Divinity Collection for Holiday 2020 (Updated 10/16)
Pat McGrath Celestial Divinity Collection for Holiday 2020 (Updated 10/16)
Pat McGrath Celestial Divinity Collection for Holiday 2020 (Updated 10/16)
Pat McGrath Celestial Divinity Collection for Holiday 2020 (Updated 10/16)
Pat McGrath Celestial Divinity Collection for Holiday 2020 (Updated 10/16)
Pat McGrath Celestial Divinity Collection for Holiday 2020 (Updated 10/16)
Pat McGrath Celestial Divinity Collection for Holiday 2020 (Updated 10/16)
Pat McGrath Celestial Divinity Collection for Holiday 2020 (Updated 10/16)
Pat McGrath Celestial Divinity Collection for Holiday 2020 (Updated 10/16)
Pat McGrath Celestial Divinity Collection for Holiday 2020 (Updated 10/16)
Pat McGrath Celestial Divinity Collection for Holiday 2020 (Updated 10/16)
Pat McGrath Celestial Divinity Collection for Holiday 2020 (Updated 10/16)
Pat McGrath Celestial Divinity Collection for Holiday 2020 (Updated 10/16)
Pat McGrath Celestial Divinity Collection for Holiday 2020 (Updated 10/16)
Pat McGrath Celestial Divinity Collection for Holiday 2020 (Updated 10/16)
Pat McGrath Celestial Divinity Collection for Holiday 2020 (Updated 10/16)
Pat McGrath Celestial Divinity Collection for Holiday 2020 (Updated 10/16)
Pat McGrath Celestial Divinity Collection for Holiday 2020 (Updated 10/16)
Pat McGrath Celestial Divinity Collection for Holiday 2020 (Updated 10/16)
Pat McGrath Celestial Divinity Collection for Holiday 2020 (Updated 10/16)
Pat McGrath Celestial Divinity Collection for Holiday 2020 (Updated 10/16)
Pat McGrath Celestial Divinity Collection for Holiday 2020 (Updated 10/16)
Pat McGrath Celestial Divinity Collection for Holiday 2020 (Updated 10/16)
Pat McGrath Celestial Divinity Collection for Holiday 2020 (Updated 10/16)
Pat McGrath Celestial Divinity Collection for Holiday 2020 (Updated 10/16)
Pat McGrath Celestial Divinity Collection for Holiday 2020 (Updated 10/16)

Release Date + About the Launch

Legendary makeup artist Pat Mcgrath unveils PAT McGRATH LABS HOLIDAY 2020: CELESTIAL DIVINITY, a dazzling array of sublime shades — the world’s most powerful pigments and innovative textures for eyes, face and lips – all wrapped in gloriously glamourous limited-edition packaging.

“HOLIDAY 2020 celebrates optimism and artistry, paying homage to the transformative power of colour. I curated a collection of the most luxurious formulas and exquisite shades so you can use – and give – without caution!” — Pat McGrath

Editor’s note: Please view the products below for release dates as products release from September through November depending on region. Some products may not be available at all retailers/to all regions.

Pat McGrath Celestial Divinity, part 2 now at SephoraPat McGrath Celestial Divinity, part 2 now at Sephora — includes two of the quads (one is PMG exclusive), new MatteTrance lipsticks, and the StarGlze lipsticks.

Now (mostly) available

Products in the Launch

Celestial Divinity MTHRSHP Mega Eye Palette, $78.00 US / $105.00 CAD (Limited Edition)

Prepare for an eye-stravaganza with Pat McGrath’s first-ever MTHRSHP MEGA palette starring a treasure trove of 18 seductive shades. With this alluring array of glitter, shimmer, matte and iridescent shadows, you’re ready to embark on infinite eye fantasies ranging from the subliminal to the sublime to the subversive. Let makeup majorness ensue with 12 cult-classic pigments directly from the LABS vault – vivid purples, glamorous greens and mesmerising metallics – along with six never-before-slayed hues. Ignite artistry at its most exquisite with this couture-colour collection.

Editor’s Note: The holiday collection has multiple release dates. This product will be released September 25th at Pat McGrath; and it will launch in September at SephoraSephora.

UK: October at Selfridges. Europe: November at SephoraSephora. SEAPAC: October at SephoraSephora. Australia: October at SephoraSephora.

  • Saturnalia Chromatic crimson with pink flash (repromote)
  • Bronze Nebula Metallic golden bronze (repromote)
  • Major Mahogany Warm mahogany matte (New)
  • Lunar Champagne Warm champagne shimmer (New)
  • Violet Void Deepened violet with pink flash (repromote)
  • Gold Standard Luminous 24KT gold (repromote)
  • Venomous Void Mid-tone magenta matte (repromote)
  • Odyssey Lilac taupe with pink sparkle (repromote)
  • Fuchsia Shock Fuchsia purple shimmer (New)
  • Megabyte Deepened khaki green shimmer (New)
  • Bronze Brilliant metallic bronze (repromote)
  • Electron Rose bronze with a glittering blush flash (repromote)
  • Cosmik Diamond sparkle pink (repromote)
  • Smoked Amethyst Blackened aubergine with pink sparkle (repromote)
  • Dragonfly Duochrome warm gold metallic with blue green flash (New)
  • Venusian Orchid Matte mid-tone pink (New)
  • Galactic Gold Duochrome platinum with golden chartreuse flash (repromote)
  • Corruption Fiery bronze duo chrome (repromote)

Fleur Fantasia Celestial Divinity Luxe Eye Quad, $58.00 (Limited Edition)

Cosmic radiance, supernova saturation, astronomical glamour: HOLIDAY 2020’s CELESTIAL DIVINITY LUXE QUADS are a sensorial symphony in three movements, straight from an intergalactic avant-garden.

Editor’s Note: The holiday collection has multiple release dates. Fleur Fantasia will be available 10/9 at Pat McGrath for North America and in November for SEAPAC region at TMALL.com.

  • Fleur Fantasia Dawn in the avant-garden: dew-kissed delicate bouquet of iridescent sunrise shades (Huetopia, Lavender Blue, Iridescent Orchid, Lotus Paradise)


Risque Rose Celestial Divinity Luxe Eye Quad, $58.00 (Limited Edition)

Cosmic radiance, supernova saturation, astronomical glamour: HOLIDAY 2020’s CELESTIAL DIVINITY LUXE QUADS are a sensorial symphony in three movements, straight from an intergalactic avant-garden. Dusk in the avant-garden: bold, brilliant bouquet of surreal sunset hues (Rose Rebellion, Lavendaring, Mink Noir, Life on Mars).

Editor’s Note: The holiday collection has multiple release dates. Risque Rose is a North American exclusive at Pat McGrath (10/9) and SephoraSephora.

  • Rose Rebellion Fuchsia
  • Lavendaring Lavender flash
  • Life on Mars Copper rose
  • Mink Noir Black Brown

Interstellar Icon Celestial Divinity Luxe Eye Quad, $58.00 (Limited Edition)

Cosmic radiance, supernova saturation, astronomical glamour: HOLIDAY 2020’s CELESTIAL DIVINITY LUXE QUADS are a sensorial symphony in three movements, straight from an intergalactic avant-garden. Midnight in the avant-garden: seductive bouquet of velvety, mesmerising moonlit blooms (Golden Polaris, Hypnotique, Blue Blood, Divine Dahlia).

Editor’s Note: The holiday collection has multiple release dates. Interstellar Icon will be released 10/9 at Pat McGrath and October at SephoraSephora. UK: October at Selfridges. Europe: November at SephoraSephora. Australia: October at SephoraSephora. This palette appears to have one repromote (Blue Blood).

  • Golden Polaris Luminous rose gold
  • Divine Dahlia Iridescent bronze taupe
  • Hypnotique Lilac luster
  • Blue Blood Burgundy

MatteTrance Lipstick, $38.00 (Limited Edition)

Editor’s Note: The holiday collection has multiple release dates. The new lipsticks will be released 10/9 at Pat McGrath and in October at SephoraSephora for North America.

UK: October at Selfridges. Europe: November at SephoraSephora. Australia: October at SephoraSephora.

  • Amour Warm pink (New)
  • Divine Romance Bright pink (New)
  • Elson ($48.00, Special Packaging)
  • Omi ($48.00, Special Packaging)

StarGlaze BlitzTrance Lipstick, $38.00 (Limited Edition)

Satisfy your couture cravings with this haute, hypnotic special edition of the legendary BlitzTrance Lipstick, which features an extravagant veil of glistening sparkle for intensified impact. These beloved red and pink colors are encased in iconic, limited-edition, prism-rainbow bullets.

  • Rebel Red Cool red with copper pearl (Special Edition, Repromote)
  • Flesh Fatale Glitter bronzed terracotta nude with rose gold sparkle (Special Edition, Repromote)
  • Skinsane/span> Shimmer cool mauve with golden sheen (Special Edition, Repromote)

Sublime Skin Highlighter, $65.00 (Limited Edition)

LABS newest shining star, SKIN FETISH: SUBLIME SKIN HIGHLIGHTER in CHAMPAGNE GOLD contains innovative liquid-powder colour-shifting pearl pigments that melt into skin to illuminate every skin tone. In celebration of its debut, the instantly-iconic formula will be released in a limited-edition heavyweight gold keepsake compact, debossed with the PAT McGRATH LABS hallmark.

Editor’s Note: The holiday collection has multiple release dates. The new lipsticks will be released 10/9 at Pat McGrath. UK: October at Selfridges.

  • Champagne Gold Gold

Luxe Lip Balm, $25.00 (Limited Edition)

Poured into a stunningly chic high-gloss metal round, LABS lavish LUST: LUXE LIP BALM metamorphoses for the holidays. Available in two shades: the original
luminous CLEAR and new sheer, seductive ROSE FANTASY.

Editor’s Note: The holiday collection has multiple release dates. The new lipsticks will be released October at Pat McGrath and SephoraSephora (in-store in November) for North America.

UK: October at Selfridges. Europe: November at SephoraSephora. Australia: October at SephoraSephora.

  • Clear Clear
  • Rose Fantasy Sheer red

Mini Kits, $25.00 (Limited Edition)

Editor’s Note: Flesh 5 + Gilty Pleasure trios will be available in October at Pat McGrath and SephoraSephora for North America and Selfridges for the UK (though they ship internationally, too).

Femmebot Trio will be released September 25th at Pat McGrath; and it will launch in September at SephoraSephora and then in October at Selfridges for UK.

The eye duo will be available November at Pat McGrath and SephoraSephora (US, Canada, Europe, SEAPAC); Selfridges (UK). October release at SephoraSephora (Australia).

  • Flesh 5 Astral Lip Trio Flesh 5 MatteTrance, Bronze Vinyl Gloss, Living Legend Permagel Lip Pencil
  • FemmeBot Fetish Lip Trio Femmebot MatteTrance, Clear Lip Fetish Balm, Subburbia Permagel Lip pencil
  • Gilty Pleasures Mini Lip Trio Executive Realness, Elson 2, Soft Core MatteTrance Lipsticks
  • Xtreme Precision Eye Duo Perma Precision Eyeliner (full-size), Dark Star Mascara (mini)

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I am really looking forward to this release. I want to see how many gold shades she can cram into a large palette!! With a name like Celestial, I am sure there will be some. Unless it is something truly spectacular, I am not willing to shell out the huge amount of money that her larger palettes run, without there being something really unique and good quality.

I’m excited for anything PML except I do wish this wasn’t 2/3 repromoted shades (from the Star Wars mini palettes). I know it’s great for anyone who missed out on the Star Wars 6 pan palettes but I can’t help but feel a little disappointed by the use of repeated shades.

At first I was super excited and filled with a sense of antsy anticipation….then it hit me, this is likely to contain a load of gold and pink shades and cost a prohibitive amount. I’ll just wait and see how this pans out (pun intended). Maybe grab some popcorn.

So sorry to disappoint some but I’ve seen leaked photos & the majority of the palette are repeat shades …. they are repeats of BOTH Star Wars palettes … the dark star & the gold one …with only 6 new shades … honestly very disappointed as I already own the 2 Star Wars palettes … I wish she would’ve instead just re-released the two six pan palettes along with the 3rd one that’s all new instead of this … I do like the “new” shades but I can’t justify getting the palette as is literally be getting the 2 other SW palettes I already own … I really don’t understand why Mother Pat would do this ? It’s almost as if she’s running out of ideas …

Yes, I also on another forum saw the leaked photos, Jackie.

Totally agree with you. My first thought was, they look like shades from singles and other palettes. I counted 3 matt shades in the whole palette.

Yes Donna … there are a limited number of mattes …but her formula is stellar and for those that missed out on the previous SW palettes this might be a good buy …I think she’s turning off her avid collectors or hardcore fans who purchase all her palettes …there is just way too much overlap … I’m definitely considering the quads and the highlighter

I will get it IF it really is $78- that seems crazy low unless they are dime-size as i only have the Rose palette (and some lipsticks). I think a PM fan likely has the colors and a non-fan has no interest in any of this. I think i may be the target: someone who thinks she has great stuff but that the price point is too high and wants a be-all palette like that.

I know it’s probably disappointing for people who already own it, but for the many folks like me who tried and failed numerous times to get our hands on the ridiculously limited Star Wars collections, this was an absolute godsend! ? I almost screamed with excitement when I saw the news.

The launch of the Star Wars collection was an absolute trainwreck. It was plagued with problems, including missing VIP codes that were supposed to be sent to those who signed up for the early release. It screwed over a LOT of buyers, myself being one of them. I’m glad you got your Star Wars palettes, but this is a huge win for those of us who didn’t!

If I’m not mistaken 12 of the shadows are from the 2 Star Wars 6 pan palettes that I’m sure she couldn’t rerelease in the same packaging they originally were in because that was a licensed release with Disney. This will satisfy those that missed out on the SW palettes and have been begging for them to come back for sure. The other 6 pans look similar to other shades in the past but can’t tell for sure. I’m thinking the price will be a bit more forgiving than some anticipate since the pans look smaller.

I didn’t manage to get the two smaller SW palettes, but I’m honestly considering this bigger palette. I don’t care at all about SW, but the shades seemed lovely. I’m honestly more interested in seeing how the quads and the highlighter perform though.

I missed out on the Star Wars palettes but I will only buy this if the price is RIGHT. The cardboard packaging is not what we expect from PML for her larger palettes. As a die-hard Pat McGrath fan and collector of all her palettes, I am excited but a little hesitant.

I’m curious. I love her formula and have most of her palettes so I’ll need it to be pretty unique to open my wallet. I am more curious to know the woman’s fascination with sequins……and what does everyone do with theirs?

I have Halloween displays with her black sequins. I painted jars and glued the sequins on them for another project. I will be gluing some onto easter eggs for my easter display. I try to be creative with them because I didn’t just want to throw them away.

Well, with 12 repromotes, my wallet is closed to the mega palette. I might pick up the Interstellar Icon quad. Will wait for the shade names to decide.

Nooo! I just had an estimate for hardwood floors to be installed and I’m not going to be able to spend any money for the next 20 years! It’ll have to be something extra special for me to be able to justify spending money on eyeshadow when I don’t even go out anywhere any more.

I like the idea of 18 smaller eyeshadows vs the normal mothership but disappointed the colors aren’t anything unique. Im willing to keep an eye on swatches but probably won’t be getting.

Uh oh… Might want all the eye shadows here and the highlighter. I absolutely love the other quads and use them all the time.

I’m a little frustrated I have to rebuy the Star Wars shades to get the new ones, but maybe I will let go of my Star Wars palettes and give them a new home. The after market for those palettes are crazy and it’s nice that everyone will have a chance to get them. I have been surprised that the shadows I used most from the Star Wars palettes were the light pink, gold, and orange/copper shades.

After looking at this more, I think I will pick up the Risque Rose and Fleur Fantasia quads, because I think Interstellar Icons might be a bit repetitive of the Subliminal MTHRSHP Dark Star palette. I’ll need to see swatches and see if there’s enough of a difference. Of the new shades on the mega palette, the four at the top and the center potentially look like dupes of shades from the Subversive palette.

Also – the sight of all these totally reminded me of the Christine mock-up PMGL quads!

I was sold at the 12 shades from the Star Wars palette. I wasn’t able to buy those palettes due to a combo of a no buy and them selling out super freaking fast. So while I get it’s annoying for those who were quick enough to get it, I’m over the moon about it. I’m hoping that the packaging change and the size of the pan will help it be a tiny bit budget friendly. The pans look smaller than usually but you never can tell so fingers crossed it’s not more than $250 ???.

Jessica, I feel the same way. I was able to get the Dark side SW MTHRSHP, but not the other one, so I don’t mind that both are repromotes. I’m terrified about the price point, however…. hoping it’s no more than $150.

Nancy! It’s $78 USD, $103 CAD. She just posted the price point and swatches on her IG. Either the pans are teeny or the difference in packaging really cut the price. Either way, I’m getting it haha.

I like the look of Interstellar Icons (from the photo – will wait to see about “real life”) but, really, that’s pretty much all I’d be likely to want from this collection. There are 2 or 3 shadows in the large palette that are lovely but I’ll settle for dupes if I can (I don’t want or need that large palette. The highlighter looks really nice but, again, it’s probably dupe-able (and might be too dark and warm for me) and I imagine the price is pretty steep (once it has been “announced”)

The highlighter sounds interesting. I have the Star Wars palettes– and barely use them. The Celestial palette appears to be in her cardboard type packaging. I prefer the luxe black cases of the Motherships!! When I heard that the name of this release, I was really hoping that it was going to be more like the Mothership IV Decadence palette. 50% sure that its a pass for me.

Only ONE gold in the Mega Palette and NONE in the quads! YESSS! This just made my day. Only catch is, I’ll bet that MTHRSHP Mega is at least $150.

I like the brown quad with the pop of blue (I’m so boring) but I really need to see swatches and photos that don’t have the shimmering filter to know for sure

I for one am very disappointed in the big palette since 12 shades are repromotes. I feel lied too every time she says something is limited edition so we rush to buy for her to rerelease it again. Just be honest from the beginning. I’m a loyal mother pat fan but I can’t justify buying a palette for only 6 new shades. She should have released 3 6 pans for those who missed the Star Wars palettes and let us who already owned them a chance to purchase the new one. This was just deceitful and it’ll make me question when she says something is limited.

I don’t have either of the SW’s palettes, but I am very excited for this one. Rather than a money-grab, to me it looks like she is offering those of us who didn’t get them an opportunity to have them both plus more colors and an affordable (for PMG) price. I’m excited to get it!

I don’t have any palette by PMG, so I am really glad I will get this one at a price really lower than usual from this brand! I love shimmer and metallic eyeshadows, so Mega palette is just right for me… can’t wait to have it delivered home!

What a disappointment. She should be creative enough to be able to come up with something new for what we are paying for her work. This is a total pass for me!

This is a must buy for me!! By the time I got on Pats website for the Star Wars collection, those palettes were all sold out! Thank god they are in a more space saving design. I love the mini palettes but they take up so much space when you have a few of them. Love the colors too… Pat makes Pinks that black girls can rock! The only two palettes that had wearable pinks for brown girls were the ABH Alyssa Ashley and Jackie Aina palettes.

Your last sentence points up how much we need BIPOC creators and input into the color cosmetics as well as for base products. Well said; well reminded.

I know.. that’s why I get so aggravated when I come in here and hear non POC complain that every Pat palette has a gold in it. It’s because gold looks good on black people… I have a neutral undertone so I don’t have that issue but every Pat gold is different but Pats gold always works. Like I love RiRI but I can’t wear Trophy Wife. Not a lot of black women can as many keep saying. Jackie Aina can’t, and Jackie can pull of everything. But Pat makes different golds that every black woman can make wearable. POC don’t have a lot of make up lines for us… we have to adapt into a non POC system of beauty. So when Pat gets that “why does she always have to put in so many golds?”…. it’s aggravating cause I can say “Why does Natasha denonas Glam palette have to be so ashy?” It wasn’t designed with me in mind so I keep minding my own business. But it’s the fact that Auntie Pat has to make all women happy but Natasha Denona, Viseart and Givenchy doesn’t that gets me.

I certainly don’t fall into a POC, but I struggle with lighter colors due to being somewhat mixed and the ash effect. I think her golds are fantastic and after playing with them, they really are diverse. I also avoid silvers and super light shimmers…the warmer, the better. To me, they end of washing me out.

I wish more people would experiment with her golds…the one in Bronze Seduction and single of Enraptured are my favorites. ND’s Bronze palette btw looks fantastic on darker skin tones. My friend who has similar coloring to Jackie but doesn’t normally wear shadow borrowed mine and looked amazing. But we also brought in a gold from her Gold palette for her look.

Also, Pat’s shadows double as blushes too. The red in Bronze Seduction makes an amazing blush as well as the pinks in her other palette’s.

So AGREED!! There are a million shades of gold, bronze, warm platinum, and the differences are gorgeously highlighted on dark skin, even as small highlights! Ditto her rich pinks! Why take what makes her products unique and then complain about it?
Let people have things. If they aren’t for you then walk on by.
I am sure something will be released that will be an absolute dream on Light and Medium skin tones. I am not the least bit nervous that those skin tones won’t be catered to in Fall and Holiday releases.

I want the shadows, Blitztrances, pink lipsticks, and maybe the highlighter .
But I am NOT calling her “Mother”. I have a mother, thank God, and I think she’d be none to be pleased.

I wish I could do more pinks and dark reds on my eyes. At most I can do a bronze reddish/brick. It just doesn’t flatter me. And I tried after seeing others rocking the look. But these colors don’t go to waste…they make fabulous blushes. Her pan sizes are generous too which makes application amazing.

I definitely cannot do anything pastel…in makeup or clothing. It’s amazing how colors can look good on some but terrible on others. When it comes to colors, give me rich jewel tones any day.

LOL on the mother comment. I call a few friends “mama” but that is part cultural.

I think I’m realizing from your comment why I’m struggling with her colors so much. She hands down makes the BEST quality products and I have several limited edition palettes. However I’m a very light Hispanic (nw20/C3) and I feel like every color shows up way darker on me than they look in the pan. I’m used to the reverse happening. When I go to put on a shade that looks to be a highlight, it turns into a totally different color and contours instead of highlights. It’s like the underlying pigment brings out a richness instead of a reflection (ashiness on deeper skin). That’s great for the deeper end of the spectrum and much needed. I’m now thinking I might have to hold off on this and can only stick to the absolute lightest shades she has.

I’m very light skinned and LOVE her palettes! I can’t always use all the shades on my lids, but I can use most of them, and the ones I can’t, I can use to line.

This collection looks interesting and a little bit more diverse shades are being offered in the quads, particularly in the blue bronze quad. There is still a big love affair going with pinks and reds though in the larger palette. The sheer number of repromoted shades is becoming an issue with PMG’s palettes though. It is quite disappointing for her many fans if this is the case.

This makes me a little sad. The big 18-pan palette is beautiful but it doesn’t make a lot of sense to buy it if you already have the Star Wars Galactic Gold and Dark Galaxy palettes. You would essentially be paying a lot of money for just 6 eyeshadows. I know that a lot of people have been begging for the Star Wars 6-pan palettes to be re-released. Re-release those palettes separately and make the holiday palette all or mostly new shades. It’s just annoying to release a holiday palette that is mostly repromotes.

But a lot of people didn’t get the Star Wars palettes though. It sold out in hours and the second time they release it, it sold out in 45 minutes. So if you did, you were lucky but that left a lot of people out in the cold. There are three brand new quads and now the bigger palette for the people that didn’t get the smaller ones. And it’s actually more affordable for the ones that missed out the first time because this is $78 for a combo of both and new shades instead of the $65 for each. I will buy this one but I’m still going to try to find the Star Wars ones because I am a fan. But there are three new quads so it’s not a miss for everyone.

Wow 18 shades, 6 of which were new, and STILL no space for a single silver but still more golds than anyone ever needs.

C’mon Pat, you’re going to gold yourself into yesteryear at this rate.

I do really like the Interstellar quad, although $68 makes my eyes water a bit. I was on the fence about the MTHRSHP palette, but ironically that at $78 seems practically reasonable for all of the variety (I didn’t get the SW palettes). I’m not sure if I really need that much purple in my life, but I’m on the fence about getting it.

As someone who was very sad about missing out on both Star Wars 6-pan palettes, I’m thrilled at this release! But also understand the frustration of everyone who already had them. I like the quads too. Can’t wait to see reviews on all of it. Her launches are always SO STRESSFUL idk if I’ll try then or just wait for a restock and / or get it from Sephora.

Oh man. I wonder how much this is going for. I wanted the Star Wars palettes so bad, so I’m okay with the repromotes, especially if it’s a little more affordable.

$78 is very reasonable for that huge MTHRSHP Palette! I’m also loving 2 quads in particular, the deeper pink/brown/lavender one and the blue/bronze/champagne one. And then there’s that Highlighter! ?

It makes me wonder what the pan sizes are for that price point though. I’m guessing it might be the same size as their mini eye ecstasy palettes?

I think they are the mini size. I thought I read somewhere that they were half the amount of shadow in a regular PmG pan, which is 2g vs the 1g mini ecstasy.Based on what I use, I actually wish all of my palettes were half size.

If that is true (that the pans are half the normal ones for PMG, and/or double the mini ecstasy ones) that would be the perfect size for me!
Can’t wait for it to get to Sephora and I know what I’ll use my $100 reward for!

I only have the two divine rose palettes and one of the small ones, with the white plastic white packaging with tiny pans. So, I am hoping none of these are in the large palette. I want to get the large palette!

I’m not sure what I’ll pick up, if anything, but I am considering the mega palette, the blue/bronze quad, and the highlighter. I don’t have the Stars Wars MTHRSHPs so I’m not mad about the re-promotes, but I can understand that this isn’t the greatest release for those who do have them….

Nice collection! But since I have the 2 Star Wars palettes I can skip the mega palette. I like the quad with the blue and bronze shades. Loving how the highlighter and pink lip sticks look too!

$105 CAD for the mega palette doesn’t sound bad when you say it fast. I haven’t even used my SW palette yet so I could possibly sell it, a conundrum…

For those wondering about the pan size of the Mega Palette, the pans are the same weight as the EYEdols eye shadow (1.1g), not the Eye Ecstasy minis (1g). They are likely to be the same diameter as the EYEdols, which is why the overall packaging is so wide.

I’m on who hasn’t bought ANY of the latest palettes, pink, gold, yada yada and the only palettes of the latest ones I was interested in were the Star Wars and Divine Rose II (DVII). So, except for the cost factor, one or a couple of these may be on my radar as Christmas gifts to myself.

After a close up look, only the mega palette and the blue quad call to me. Nope comes the wait for Christine’s review and my ability to dupe. As Nancy said, with popcorn, my wait will turn out to be a long feature film! LOL!

At $58 USD, these quads are $7 less than her Blitz Astral Quads. Knowing this, and that there’s only one repromote in Interstellar Icons (Blue Blood – fantastic color), I plan to get all three quads if I can get my grubby hands on them. I am especially hype for Fleur Fantasia!

I am so pleased at the low price point of the Mega palette, and knowing what a fangirl I am, my boyfriend actually encouraged me to just go ahead and get it even though I will have duplicate eyeshadows. (You know it’s love when they get your obsessions!).

I’m not sure I need a second highlighter so I will think about it, though the color looks beautiful. The lip balms also look beautiful, but I generally don’t like applying balms with my hands.

I feel like she’s really listened to her fans here — she’s even mixed up the lips on the lipstick design, she’s done new packaging for the balms which people complained were too fragile, she lowered the price points at various levels to make it easier to try her products, no plastic in her shipping materials anymore except for package labels and tape, fewer sequins, a new cheek product…! Can you tell that I’m excited for this launch?

Kira, I totally agree. I did pick up the Mega MTHRSHP and I love the pan sizes. I think this would be a perfect travel companion since you have such a variety of shades. I am super excited about the quads and the highlighter. I hope you love your purchases. As a fangirl myself I think I will be haha!

Hi Christine! I tried submitting this comment before but I’m not sure if it went through.

I’m sorry to ask, but if you have time could you rearrange the large eyeshadow palette into a more “obvious” order? Please and thank you 🙂 seriously only do this if you have extra time and feel like it! I don’t want to put more work on you. (Maybe post one Insta?)

Not Christine, obvi, but do you mean the list of color names/descriptions? They are listed based on placement in the palette, starting top row, left to right, which is how she usually does it.

Hi Leo!

No, I meant photoshopping the palette so the eyeshadows are in a different placement order. Christine graciously does this sometimes when palettes are difficult to visually navigate for some people.

The pricing on the Mega Palette is so enticing but that’s just too many golds for me! Flier Fantasia on the other hand… ?

I ordered the Mega Palette as soon as it went live this morning. Im super excited because I only own the two small Eye Ecstacy Palettes from Pat McGrath so far and the color story of the Mega palette is right up my alley. It was only a little over $70 with the 10% off code which was amazing. Hopefully it doesn’t take too long to ship and get to me

I’m pretty tempted by this due to the purples and reds. Since I’m in Canada, the palette is significantly cheaper than the regular mothership ones.

I went ahead and snagged the mega palette bright and early this morning! I only own Divine Rose II from Pat McGrath so this was an easy purchase for me. So thrilled with this!

I can’t believe I’m saying this being a major Mother devotee but I’m holding off purchasing this mega palette, it’s still available at 11:15 Mountain Time. My willpower is amazing me!

I just want PMG to give me new Highlighters Bronzers and Blush!! I do not need any more eyeshadow palettes!!! I guess the only thing I am getting is the highlighter … Oh Well… maybe next time!

Didn’t plan on adding the new 18-pan, but I’ve got all of her palettes, so I had too hard of a time resisting.

I know there are repeats/repromotes (that’s a new one), but it’s all in one palette for travel.

I bought it…no special shades! Yay! (I know…my lids are weird.) And I had kinda wanted the SW palettes but didn’t get them. And the price is nice with the coupon code. Excited!

Thank you for the release dates. I am interested in one maybe two of the quads. Not the mega palette, I already own Dark Star or Storm Trooper as I call it.

I bought it through her site. Havent got it yet of course…I wonder if the loans will be small sized like similar to the plastic 2 “mini pallette” she put out?? I’m excited and trying to find swatches…now all I need to know is where to find the mini 3 holiday releases will be.

Also, I WISH I would have waited and bought Decadence in the original packaging (didnt know it would be rereleased) so now I have the Star wars one…oh well, I shouldnt be complaining about that.

So, for the Quads, I’m looking at just two..I want

1.Celestial Divinity…if I understand this (I am in Indiana) it will only be available on her site in October’s (anyone have a guess of when?) And I wont be able to buy it from Sephora online??

2.RISQUE ROSE.. and I can get this sometime in October(any guesstimate) on sephora. Com or Pat’s site…..

I’m confused…why not release all of them on sephora. Com?? I just dont want to miss out like I have before because this gets so confusing

Thank you for any and all advice/thoughts!!

She doesn’t release her entire holiday collection to Sephora. Typically, the most interesting/original/best items are only available on her website. For instance, she only released 7 of her 8 first blitztrance collection lippies in 2018. But the best one was Electra, the only one not available on Sephora.
Other brands do this also.

Hello Valerie,
I always enjoy your posts on here. It gets so confusing for me to keep up with and tine and dates vs will they sell out too quickly etc. Since I am getting older, I’ve realised her formula works really easily for me and my eyes and dont make them look as bad as other formulas/brands so I really like to make sure I invest in them and not waste money on the ones I’ve found that don’t work so well for me….if that makes sense. But it all gets so confusing.

I wish she would at least maybe do difficult dates releases, but try to keep them traditionally in main areas so it’s way easier not to have to keep track and chase around what is where, when. I miss out on so much because of that and just other stuff going on and I dont do a lot of social media either, so it’s kinda frustrating. Lol

I have already ordered the bigger pallette form her site. For the price tag, I am expecting the pans to be the smaller size like the 2 white mini pallettes (forget what they are called) but they are like the dime sized pans. I’m expecting that, but I Really want two out of the three quads. It would be nice if she released them at the same time/place.

I hope you are doing well!!

Thank you, Jamey! It’s nice to “meet” you ?
It looks like:
FLEUR FANTASIA CELESTIAL DIVINITY LUXE EYE QUAD, $58.00 (LIMITED EDITION) is available on her website only on 10/9.
This is the first quad with the dreamy muted flowery tones.

RISQUE ROSE CELESTIAL DIVINITY LUXE EYE QUAD, $58.00 (LIMITED EDITION) is a North America exclusive and available at Sephora also on 10/9.
This is the quad with the pop of fuscia.

INTERSTELLAR ICON CELESTIAL DIVINITY LUXE EYE QUAD, $58.00 (LIMITED EDITION) is also available on both her site and Sephora, although unclear if it’ll be available on Sephora on 10/9.
This is the quad with the burgundy and blue.

So the only quad unavailable anywhere but her website for North America is the Fleur Fantasia.

The outer boxes in the photos above all say “rose risqué” on them so I had to read the descriptions to figure out which is what.
I hope that helps!

I’m assuming a few reasons: less expensive packaging, smaller pan sizes, re-releases so not as much need as usual, and (hopefully) doing something nice for her fans during a pandemic.

Hi I’m a new Pat Lover, only discovering her this spring. I was wondering if the starglazed BlitzTrance is a different formula from the BlitzTrance formula or if it is just a packaging difference. It seems more glittery on the bullet but I’m not sure if that’s just the photos/overspray. Thanks in advance!

I’m wondering if the pandemic has meant they have been unable to get any if the items made in Italy. She has therefore opted to remake the Star Wars collection that so many people complained about not being able to get. That was all made in the USA. The quads seem to be heavily influenced by the Star Wars/ Decadence palette and I’m left thinking that the lo were price point is because there are no special shades. Or at least not the usual Italian standard. I hope the swatches and descriptions are released soon.

Does anyone know if this collection was made in Italy? Specifically the Celestial quads? There were some issues/complaints with some recent items that I think were made elsewhere, possibly due to the coronavirus. Thanks!

The Celestial quad “Fleur Fantasia” has a “made in USA” label on the back, so it’s probably similar to the others.

These Celestial quads I think have different formulas than the Blitz quads – more like her Skinshow, matte, and iridescent eyeshadow formulas than a baked gel/powder/special shade formula. On my skintone and with the texture/color, Huetopia and Lotus Paradise double as a subtle blush and highlighter, respectively.

I just got the highlighter and that is made in Taiwan.
It comes in a very heavy and bulky metal case that of course is very Lux but it is not even refillable so it is an incredibly wasteful package for the 6,5 grams of product you get…

Boo hoo! I can dupe 14 of the 18 shades in the Mega palette. :(. I really wanted this one, but that’s just too many dupes (and at least 10-12 are VERY close dupes!). Oh well. It’s a good thing for my wallet. I’ll just focus on the ones I don’t have and see it I can find them for less than the palette.

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