Pat McGrath Eye Ecstasy is a limited edition eye palette that retails for $48.00 and contains 0.41 oz.
Pat McGrath Eye Ecstasy Eyeshadow & Mascara Kit ($48.00 for 0.41 oz.) is a new, limited edition set of products including a six-pan eyeshadow palette, small loose pigment, and trial-sized mascara. The palette contained 0.21 oz. worth of eyeshadow, which is half the amount of a MTHRSHP palette; the packaging definitely has a very minimal-effort feel to it, as it is slim cardboard and very lightweight.
The set contains $27.50 worth of eyeshadow and $16.59 worth of mascara, which is a value of $44.09. There is obviously some value for the loose pigment but I wasn't able to find a good point of comparison for pricing (I believe previous loose colors have been released in kits only); Sephora listed the kit as a "$78 value," which would give the loose pigment a value of $33.91 (doesn't sound right to me). If you take the price-per-ounce for the eyeshadow from the larger Mothership palettes, you'd get $55.85 worth of eyeshadow, which would bring up the value of the eyeshadow and mascara to $72.44 - closer. The only thing is the packaging is far more comparable to the MTHRSHP palettes (all cardboard), and it's also similar in number of eyeshadows (six). You'd get $131.25 worth of eyeshadows if you used the price-per-ounce of the brand's single eyeshadows for reference.
I don't review mascara much (or at all, really), though I certainly test them throughout the year, but I find the review process to be hard to dial in on mascara. If we wait for me to review the mascara, we'll never see a review - but in the case of this set, I think you'll need to want to try the mascara for it to feel like a good "value." If you're a fan of the brand's eyeshadow formula, the eyeshadows are quite nice but share enough overlap in past releases that you may very well have close-enough shades already.
A potent mini eye palette, luxe loose pigment, and a hardcore dose of FetishEyes Mascara that delivers the ultimate beauty high.