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Pat McGrath Beauty

Icecaramellatte

Active member
This sale is at the worst time ever. I wanted 1 or 2 more of the Blitztrance. I don't know if I would say they are better, just different. I like the glittery lips of the old ones. These are not like that at all. I have Skin flixx (I keep thinking I have Skinsane but I don't. I wish they didn't have 2 similar names) and Emannuelle. I definitely want Flesh3 and thinking of Love Train. I love the two that I have. I don't know if I will pick up anything right now. Those 2 may have to wait a while.
 

Sugar & Spice

New member
Received the blitz trance and they are divine and I love both shades. Due to the shimmer/glitter I probably won't get anymore but they're good.
 

Sugar & Spice

New member
I did the shade match on Sephora and got matched, so I'm excited for the foundation release but I'm certainly going in-store to check it out and get a sample before I buy it but I'm certainly getting the powder.

It's said that you can layer the foundation over the powder which I found very interesting.
 
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Winthrop44

Active member
I did the shade match on Sephora and got matched, so I'm excited for the foundation release but I'm certainly going in-store to check it out and get a sample before I buy it but I'm certainly getting the powder.

It's said that you can layer the foundation over the powder which I found very interesting.
Do you know the release date?
 

shellygrrl

Moderator
Staff member
From the link posted by S&S earlier: "The Sublime Perfection line will be available beginning on July 26 at PatMcGrath.com, Sephora.com, select Sephora stores, Bergdorf Goodman, Selfridges.com and select Selfridges stores."
 

Sugar & Spice

New member
She's also marketing as being good in "skincare" and alcohol certainly doesn't align with that smh! Alcohol is more than likely why the staying power is 12 hrs but I'd rather less staying power without alcohol and just touch up especially since you can use the foundation over the powder.

The primer is suppose to give an extra 4 hours but there's no way I'm paying that much for a primer.

So as it stands the powder will more than likely be what I end up buying out of this "set"
 
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shellygrrl

Moderator
Staff member
Yeah, the foundation would also be a "not interested" from me. Ugh, why alcohol?!?! (I mean, I can figure out why -- it can be helpful for people with oily skin -- and yet... it can also make it worse!)
 

Sugar & Spice

New member
I just looked at the ingredients for the powder and my face started itching lol. Too many words that sound like potential problems for my skin and since I'm not using the foundation, why even bother with powder as I doubt it'll live up to the $55 price tag. A foundation with alcohol certainly isn't worth $68, so I'll stick to her lip products and call it a day.
 

Icecaramellatte

Active member
Did you guys hear and see the quads coming for the Holidays? Edit it was on Really Ree beauty blog. She also said there was a large palette coming as well. Edit again - It says the quads are exclusive to Selfridges. We'll see if there is anything like that for the US. But it says will on sale in October.
 
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Mac-Guy

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Yeah, the foundation would also be a "not interested" from me. Ugh, why alcohol?!?! (I mean, I can figure out why -- it can be helpful for people with oily skin -- and yet... it can also make it worse!)
Too bad about the ingredients. Brands should be more aware that customers do their research in 2019.
 

Mac-Guy

Active member
I just looked at the ingredients for the powder and my face started itching lol. Too many words that sound like potential problems for my skin and since I'm not using the foundation, why even bother with powder as I doubt it'll live up to the $55 price tag. A foundation with alcohol certainly isn't worth $68, so I'll stick to her lip products and call it a day.


I agree. I am a big fan of buying matching complexion products, but if one doesn't work for me, I tend to skip the rest too.
 
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