Pat McGrath x Star Wars Collection 2022

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Pat McGrath x Star Wars Collection 2022
Pat McGrath x Star Wars Collection 2022
Pat McGrath x Star Wars Collection 2022
Pat McGrath x Star Wars Collection 2022
Pat McGrath x Star Wars Collection 2022
Pat McGrath x Star Wars Collection 2022
Pat McGrath x Star Wars Collection 2022
Pat McGrath x Star Wars Collection 2022
Pat McGrath x Star Wars Collection 2022
Pat McGrath x Star Wars Collection 2022
Pat McGrath x Star Wars Collection 2022
Pat McGrath x Star Wars Collection 2022

Release Date + About the Launch

EXPLORE THE STARS ⚡⚡⚡ Legendary Makeup Artist Pat McGrath reveals her second STAR WARS™ x PAT McGRATH LABS Collection. Unleash your inner light or dare to discover your dark side with a must-have collection for entrancing eyes and legendary lips inspired by the iconic film franchise. May the Force be with you and your makeup.💫💫💫


Products in the Launch

Divine Droid Eyeshadow Palette, $36.00 (Limited Edition)

  • ASTRO LIME Soft Lime Green Shimmer
  • BRONZE CIRCUIT Sparkling Neutral Bronze Metallic
  • SECRET BLUEPRINT Sparkling Sky Blue Metallic
  • OPTIC FUCHSIA Deepened Magenta Metallic Satin
  • ULTRAVIOLET MESSENGER Vivid Purple Metallic Satin

Sith Seduction Eyeshadow Palette, $36.00 (Limited Edition)

  • IMPERIAL Beige Champagne Shimmer
  • DARK DESTINY Sparkling Navy Metallic
  • MUSTAFAR HEAT Vivid Copper Metallic
  • GALACTIC CONQUEST Sparkling Deepened Chartreuse Metallic
  • FORCE SENSITIVE Sparkling Platinum Taupe Metallic

The Golden One Eyeshadow Palette, $36.00 (Limited Edition)

  • BINARY SUNSET Sparkling Peachy Pink Metallic
  • TATOOINE Soft Auburn Brown Matte
  • GOLD ETIQUETTE Sparkling Burnished Gold Metallic
  • CORAL BLITZ Rose Coral Satin Matte
  • CYBORG RELATIONS Gleaming Bronzed Copper Metallic

ChromaLuxe Artistry Pigment, $32.00 (Limited Edition)

Slay the galaxy in sensuous shades that illuminate lids with dazzling colour and a foiled metallic finish, now starring solo in four seductive singles featuring legendary luminosity and powerhouse pigments.

  • ROUGE REBELLION Metallic Crimson with Magenta Undertones
  • FALCON NOIR Metallic Anthracite with Blue Undertones
  • SMUGGLER’S SPICE Metallic Rose with Golden Peach Iridescence
  • EXTRAGALACTIC GOLD Metallic Antiqued Molten Gold

Repromoted Products (Special Packaging),

  • Midnight Sun Mothership
  • LiquiLUST Lipsticks in Nude Awakening, Rose Divinity, Crimson Sunset
  • LUST Gloss in Bronze Venus, Pale Fire Nectar, Carnal Desire
  • DARK STAR Mascaras in Xtreme Black, Ultraviolet BLue, Aquamarine Dream, Pink Mystique


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DonnaL Avatar

This whole release just confuses me…why Star Wars again? For a luxury brand, this packaging just doesn’t look very it’s from a high-end makeup brand. Repromoting a bunch of products – did anyone actually ask for this?

I often wonder how this brand is still in existence between their terrible customer service and the near constant sales.

Nellie Avatar

Pat McGrath is a huge Star Wars fan. Just like the first Star Wars collection a few years ago, this doesn’t have anything to do with brand goals or PMG fan demand. As I am also both a Star Wars nerd and a big PMG fan, this is one of those rare times where two of my interests intersect.

Christina Avatar

The first two palettes look nice. I’m especially impressed that Divine Droid features a colour scheme that Pat usually doesn’t have in her other palettes. It’s funny, as I was going to place my order for Huetopia, I saw Divine Droid and thought that it’s probably closer to what people thought Huetopia would look like: a soft rainbow of sorts.

I will be interested to see swatches. I don’t own any Pat palettes other than Ritualistic Rose (for the sparkly shades), but these look interesting enough to pick up.

domaas366 Avatar

I would love to see a more nude/warmer palettes in future.
Some more matte yellows, beige/browns, corals etc.
Love the palettes, especially the baked ones, have 2-3 palettes and use mostly – 3-4 colours in each palette. Would love to create my own palette on the website one day.

Vikki Avatar

Apparently Pat is a HUGGGGEEE Star Wars fan, since she’s a teenager. So of course I get how she would jump on this opportunity to collab with her favorite franchise. I really am liking the look of those 5-shades palettes!

Genevieve Avatar

Although I would agree with many of the opinions expressed above re the continuation of the Star Wars theme (which I was never into), but I am prepared to overlook this and intead look at the colour/shade selections of the eye palettes.
I think there is a wide variety on offer here and now that I own Bronze Bliss, in the same 5 pan format, I think it is a more viable option to choose the colour story that you like best. It is also less expensive too.
I particularly like these all metallic shimmer palettes as well. As to my favourite – I think I will wait till I see the swatches first.

Charlotte Avatar

I’ve been considering Midnight Sun for a while, and I like the look of Sith Seduction. That green is lovely… definitely will wait for swatches though. I love Star Wars and anything to make identical packaging in a drawer somehow easier to tell apart is always great.

Scout Avatar

I really don’t get this… Or maybe I do… This is just Colourpop with a very expensive price and some copyright pictures… If Pat McGrath loved Star Wars as much as she loves money she could really make creative and fun Star Wars Collections… Not just more random bright christmas release colours in a frame of her ever present pinks and golds… She just released her yearly colourful 18 pan palette with no special shades that perform pretty much like a decent Colourpop palette. And to flank that two more five pans with a bit more neutral touch… Why do we need three more palettes with random colour selections and then even four little singles? It’s as if the team just cannot choose but needs to release every suggested nuance by the factory? And for me that takes out the whole artistic creativity part of the picture. The only thing Star Wars about this is some rather boring copyrighted pictures on the cardboard packagings… Not even a single special shade!? Not even a Star Wars inprint on any of the shades… Left is just a shameless money squeeze designed for people with serious fomo. Hard pass.

Nikki Avatar

These look fun. Though I am glad to see some more colorful options in this release, it will be a pass for me. I finally took the PMG plunge with the 5 pan bronze bliss and nude allure set during the Black Friday sale. Although the colors and textures were stunning, they creased like crazy, despite ny typical eyelid prep, making them a no-go for me. I had to send them back. I will stick with Natasha Denona, Viseart, and Sidney Grace for my shadows and add in some Clionadh multichromes for the special shadows.

Erica Avatar

Why is a luxury brand doing a collaboration? One time , fine but (including the two Bridgerton collections) this is like number 4 or 5. It just cheapens the brand. Pat is not Colourpop. I’m actually decluttering most cutesy packaged stuff. Food themed, movie themed etc. I’m over it. I just want nicely packaged, sophisticated makeup. I’m not interested anymore in the kiddie, makeup as merch stuff. Really cheapens the brand imo. I can watch Star Wars. I don’t need to prove my loyalty by having a picture on a makeup component. Enough already!

Erica Avatar

Btw I’m fully aware that Pat is a fan of Star Wars but this is a pure money grab and not about her supposed fandom. Pat McGrath the brand is not a person. It’s lazy marketing at its finest. Quickest buck by doing the least work. Slap on a picture. Put together the same ol colors. 💰💰💰🙄🙄🙄

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