Pat McGrath Eye Ecstasy Eyeshadow & Mascara Kit for Spring 2019


Pat McGrath Eye Ecstasy Eyeshadow & Mascara Kit for Spring 2019
Pat McGrath Eye Ecstasy Eyeshadow & Mascara Kit for Spring 2019
Pat McGrath Eye Ecstasy Eyeshadow & Mascara Kit for Spring 2019
Pat McGrath Eye Ecstasy Eyeshadow & Mascara Kit for Spring 2019
Pat McGrath Eye Ecstasy Eyeshadow & Mascara Kit for Spring 2019
Pat McGrath Eye Ecstasy Eyeshadow & Mascara Kit for Spring 2019
Pat McGrath Eye Ecstasy Eyeshadow & Mascara Kit for Spring 2019
Pat McGrath Eye Ecstasy Eyeshadow & Mascara Kit for Spring 2019
Pat McGrath Eye Ecstasy Eyeshadow & Mascara Kit for Spring 2019

Release Date + Collection Info

Titillate and tantalize with luxurious formulations designed to induce psychedelic pleasure. Provoke mind-altering creativity with a mini palette of six sensuous shadows that smoothly glide across the lids with a hallucinatory jolt of pleasure. Take your eyes even higher with the illicit Angel Dust Loose Pigment, which delivers a dramatic rush of prismatic iridescence. Finally, lavish your eyes in the provocative pleasure of FetishEyes Mascara, as you coat each individual lash in potently-pigmented shine. This climax-inducing collection is the ultimate beauty bender.

3/18 (Rouges), 3/21 (everyone)

Products Available

Eye Ecstasy Eyeshadow & Mascara Kit, $48.00 ($78.00 Value) (Limited Edition, Sephora Exclusive)

  • After Glow Luminous platinum champagne (Eyeshadow in Mini Eye Palette)
  • Paradiso Velvet sienna brown (Eyeshadow in Mini Eye Palette)
  • Le Sin Deep bronzed rose metallic (Eyeshadow in Mini Eye Palette)
  • Dark Matter Creamy blackened grey (Eyeshadow in Mini Eye Palette)
  • Amensia Metallic rose taupe (Eyeshadow in Mini Eye Palette)
  • Liquid Sun Gleaming antique gold (Eyeshadow in Mini Eye Palette)
  • Angel Dust Prismatic iridescence (Loose Pigment)
  • FetishEyes Mascara Black (Mascara)

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I really could have fallen for this. Deeply, in fact. EXCEPT; naming the loose pigment after a horrifying illegal drug is in terrible taste. I’m speaking as someone who once accidentally had “angel dust” in something *else*, and the resulting “high” was a terrifying and very traumatic experience. An experience that did happen to many a person in the NYC area during the late 70’s/ very early 80’s when many unsuspectingly thought they were smoking normal pot, which instead was laced with “angel dust” aka PCP.

I agree completely, Nancy; it’s such a turnoff. I’m not fond of product names that include any tense of the word “addiction”, either. I’m happy that the whole naming foods after addictive drugs fad (“crack” pie, etc.) seems to have ended; it needs to happen with makeup, too…it’s so tacky. There are so many other things they could have chosen.

I didn’t realise this until I read your comment Nancy – OMG – when are makeup brands going to grow up and realise that glorifying drug use and nasty, sleazy names for makeup shades (fetisheyes) is really not on anymore.?
What a horrible experience you went through Nancy.

I have tried the mascara. It smells like paint. I don’t like it as well as the HE mascaras I won’t buy because of animal testing. It seems as good as Tarte Lights, Camera, Lashes, which costs less.

Gorgeous, but I can dupe all of these based on these uber photoshopped promo picks. I’ll wait to see live swatches, review and demo from you Christine, Mel Thompson & Kinkysweat. Hoping angel dust (terrible name) is one of her special shades she includes in the Mothership palettes.

I don’t think the name “Angel Dust” is referring to the illicit drug. No one really uses the slang “angel dust” anymore, younger Millennials probably don’t know what that reference means. I certainly didn’t think about drugs when I read the name. It’s certainly not obvious like naming all of your eyeshadow shades after various strains of Marijuana…

I wish that were the case, but given the language in the brand’s description of the collection, I think it is fairly clear that it is referring to the drug; the phrases “designed to induce psychedelic pleasure. Provoke mind-altering creativity,” “with a hallucinatory jolt of pleasure,” and “higher with the illicit Angel Dust Loose Pigment” leave little doubt about the reference. I agree that “angel dust” is not commonly talked about nowadays, but I think most millennials (ages 23 to 38) know what it is. Additionally, I think PMG is marketed at a slightly older audience, especially given the price range and lack of “unicorn” colors and marketing. It is a really tacky choice and makes me not want to support the brand. (I also dislike it when other brands use drug/addiction/mental health/overly sexual language to name products. It bothers me a lot more than when brands use trendy terms like “no filter” that don’t describe the color and won’t age well.)

I couldn’t agree more. I can’t speak for older or younger but I as a millenial I definitely thought it was strange to make such a reference. I also asked my fiance (also in his 20s) and he made the same association. The marketing definitely makes it seem intentional. I think it’s in poor taste and beneath what I have come to expect from Pat McGrath

“…induce PSYCHEDELIC pleasure.” Provoke MIND-ALTERING creativity…with a HULLUCINATORY jolt of pleasure.” Take your eyes even higher with the ILLICIT Angel Dust Loose Pigment…”. Uhhh, pretty obvs what Autie Pat is referring to here.

Even though I was born in the 1970s I definitely didn’t associate Angel dust with drugs either. It’s does not give me pause to buy this set at all.
In fact it brings to mind a light shimmery blessing. 😂

Me too .. I had no clue that waa a drug reference .. perhaps it was in the context that its so heavenly pretty, you look like you’ve been touched by angels … 😀

I’ve always wanted to try her shadows, but held back because of the price point. The shades aren’t the most exciting to me, but for $48, and if they’re the same quality as the shadows in her other palettes, I’m down.

I own quite a few PMG palettes and I don’t think I need to add this one to my collection. I find the colors boring. I already own her mascara and I like it a lot!

For me this is an easy pass. I think I have dupes or at least almost dupes for all the shades in the palette. I have the mascara and I’m actually not a fan. I wanted to try it, it’s OK, but IMO nothing special at all.

The colors of this palette don’t excite me very much and I don’t use loose pigment. Still looking forward to seeing how it looks though!

I keep looking out for Pat MacGrath to come out with something neutral and cool-toned, but it doesn’t look it’s going to happen… Still very pretty.

This set surprised me. I’ve tried one of her 6 pans and returned it as I thought it wasn’t worth the money. The mini is a worse value but I like it better…go figure. The brown shade is soo beautiful and the black doesn’t pull blue on me. The shimmers are lovely. I really wanted to try her mascara and it is very nice. And the pigment is pretty. Overall call me impressed.

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