If you're in the loop with all things beauty, you'll know that Pat Mcgrath's first product, Gold 001, was an absolute hit. Selling out in mere minutes, the limited edition gold pigment wowed us here at the GLAMOUR offices. Just check out our video below.
But, more excitingly, we can announce that Pat's next range of products will drop tomorrow, and they look pretty awesome.
Phantom 002 is an eight-piece kit full to the brim of colourful pigments and other daring products.
The four pigments come in hues of yellow gold, neon blue, burnished copper and fuchsia, and can be used on the eyes, lips and face. In addition to these, you will also find within your kit: a selection of flat and blending brushes, a gel liner, and the Black 002 eye gloss, a shiny, inky base that turns everything it touches into a multi-dimensional oil slick.
In the lead up to its release, Pat has been creating a huge hype around her first kit, especially . Her advice for these products? "Use without caution. Don't play it safe." Yikes...!
The only bad news? The kit is selling for an impressive $240, and Pat is once again only releasing a certain amount of the kits from her lab (1200 to be precise). Get in there quick ladies!
PHANTOM 002 will be available starting at 12pm on Tuesday, December 15th at ; $240. Limited edition of 1200 kits.
On 27 November, 2015, we wrote...
If you're an avid scroller on Instagram you'll be well aware of make-up artist Pat McGrath's limited edition gold eyeshadow - #Gold001.
The product went on sale last month, and the 1000 limited edition pots sold like hot cakes.
We managed to get our hands on a pot of the incredible product and can confirm it is just as wow-tastic as it looks. The team even had a go at experimenting with the pigment, and discovered the three best ways to use it: boldly on the eyes, on the lips and subtly on the brow bone, cupid's bow and eyelids.
Take a look at our video below:
It's worth pointing out that the pigment's packaging alone is worth its weight in gold (pun intended). Just look how fun it was to open:
Pat McGrath originally unleashed the glorious gold product backstage at Prada's Spring 2016 fashion show in Milan - with models taking to the catwalk with it on their lips.
A week later, during Paris Fashion Week, Pat McGrath took her new pigment out on the streets of Paris; making over regular people and her supermodel mates. There were gold flicks, and metallic lashes, and it made us want it SO bad.
On 29 October, 1,000 pieces were released for sale on .
According to McGrath, the small-batch concept was not an attempt to generate hype or create competition; it was simply the largest quantity the lab could produce in such a short window of time.
McGrath is currently working on a full makeup collection - due out in late 2016 - but she didn't want to wait on Gold 001.
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