Pat McGrath Venusian Nude Sublime Skin Highlighter Review & Swatches

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Pat McGrath Venusian Nude Sublime Skin Highlighter
Pat McGrath Venusian Nude Sublime Skin Highlighter
Pat McGrath Venusian Nude Sublime Skin Highlighter
Pat McGrath Venusian Nude Sublime Skin Highlighter
Pat McGrath Venusian Nude Sublime Skin Highlighter
Pat McGrath Venusian Nude Sublime Skin Highlighter
Pat McGrath Venusian Nude Sublime Skin Highlighter
Pat McGrath Venusian Nude Sublime Skin Highlighter
Pat McGrath Venusian Nude Sublime Skin Highlighter
Pat McGrath Venusian Nude Sublime Skin Highlighter
Pat McGrath Venusian Nude Sublime Skin Highlighter
Pat McGrath Venusian Nude Sublime Skin Highlighter
Pat McGrath Venusian Nude Sublime Skin Highlighter
Pat McGrath Venusian Nude Sublime Skin Highlighter
Pat McGrath Venusian Nude Sublime Skin Highlighter
Pat McGrath Venusian Nude Sublime Skin Highlighter
Pat McGrath Venusian Nude Sublime Skin Highlighter
Pat McGrath Venusian Nude Sublime Skin Highlighter
Pat McGrath Venusian Nude Sublime Skin Highlighter
Pat McGrath Venusian Nude Sublime Skin Highlighter
Pat McGrath Venusian Nude Sublime Skin Highlighter
Pat McGrath Venusian Nude Sublime Skin Highlighter
Pat McGrath Venusian Nude Sublime Skin Highlighter
Pat McGrath Venusian Nude Sublime Skin Highlighter
Pat McGrath Venusian Nude Sublime Skin Highlighter
Pat McGrath Venusian Nude Sublime Skin Highlighter
Pat McGrath Venusian Nude Sublime Skin Highlighter
Pat McGrath Venusian Nude Sublime Skin Highlighter
Pat McGrath Venusian Nude Sublime Skin Highlighter
Pat McGrath Venusian Nude Sublime Skin Highlighter

Venusian Nude

Pat McGrath Venusian Nude Sublime Skin Highlighter ($60.00 for 0.42 oz.) is a richer, golden copper with warm, more orange undertones paired with lighter, rosy-copper sparkle and shimmer throughout.

  • Semi-opaque, buildable pigmentation
  • Moderately-dense, smooth feel, best with dense brush
  • Applied evenly and blended out well, “melted” on skin a bit
  • Long-wearing (8.5 hours)

Ingredients

Venusian Nude

LELimited Edition. $60.00.
A-
A-
9
Product
9
Pigmentation
9
Texture
9
Longevity
5
Application
91%
Total

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Dallas Avatar

If you don’t mind me asking, how do you make a shade like this work for you? I say this because we have very similar skin tones and I found “Becca – Rose Gold” to be too deep for me to figure out a way to use it, but it’s listed as a dupe. This, however, looks absolutely stunning on you. Is it how light you are with your application or a specific type of brush? Tell me your secrets lol!

Christine Avatar

How are you trying to use it? Like it’s more of a blushy highlight – not fully blush but darker than a true highlight on my skin tone – for me, so wearing it as a blush and highlight tends to make it super easy to wear!

You can also use a fan brush and/or go back over the area gently with whatever’s left on your foundation/base tool to soften!

Dallas Avatar

I appreciate your response! I didn’t think to apply it as a blushy highlighter. I would always use something like this solely as a highlighter (where I can admittedly be pretty heavyhanded) and end up with a pinkish streak on my cheeks. I really wanted to pick this up during the sale and now feel confident I would be able to use it!

Cara Avatar

I wish her highlighters weren’t glittery/sparkly. I was so excited when Lunar Allure launched because it was a shade that finally suited my skintone but I don’t wear it because it’s full of tiny iridescent micro-glitter.

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