Pat McGrath Lavendaring is a moderately cool-toned, light duochrome with a sparkle finish. It is a limited edition eyeshadow that retails for $25.00 and contains 0.04 oz.
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Lavendaring has more of a translucent base that looked like a cooler, lavender-gray applied with a heavy dose of sparkles that shifted from cool violet to cool pink. The consistency was lightly emollient, dense but not overly firm, so it wasn't prone to fallout and had good adhesion to bare skin, though one might prefer to apply with an adhesive spray to ensure longevity and minimize fallout.
It had nearly opaque coverage applied dry as well as wet, though I found that wet application seemed to diffuse the sparkle a bit, which resulted in sheerer coverage overall. There was light fallout during application, and while the majority hung around for a good nine hours, there was some fallout over time. I imagine that those who don't mind fallout or will take preventative measures to overcome it will enjoy this shade as it had a strong shift and sparkling effect.
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