I finally have a look at the new Pat McGrath Divine Rose II Collection today! You can find all the products available online at Pat McGrath Labs and Sephora. In today’s review, a look + swatches of:
Divine Rose Lip Colors
There are two repromoted lip pencils in PermaGel Lip Pencil in Buff (warm nude) and Suburbia (medium rose). These are long-wear lip pencils with rich coverage and I’m a huge fan of the color selection and formula! I think both Buff and Suburbia are wearable colors for a wide range of skin tones.
A few others I own and swatched from a while back reposted below. I wear Done Undone and Structure the most.
In this collection there is a new shade of lipstick in the Matte Revolution formula called Divine Rose which is a warm rose pink. It’s similar to Christy but Divine Rose is slightly more pink in tone. The Matte Revolution Lipstick formula is one of my favorites – it’s a luminous smooth full coverage matte I find unmatched in any other formula I’ve tried. Texture is smooth and comfortable without drying the lips. It’s not budge proof but it does have excellent lasting power. Comparison swatches below. Some shades look similar to Divine Rose. The subtle differences I see: Sextrology is lighter, Christy is slightly warmer/deeper, 1995 is cooler, Omi is 2-3 shades darker and more cool-toned:
There are two liquid lipsticks in the LiquiLUST Legendary Wear Liquid Lipstick formula. This formula has been launched in a few kits in previous years. I cannot recall if both shades were available before. Divine Nude is a cool-toned rose nude and Divine Rose is a cool toned medium rose. I feel these would be more flattering on either lighter skin or darker skin. I’m right in the middle and my olive complexion doesn’t work the best with these shades, but the formula is excellent in lasting power and coverage.
Look 1: Matte Revolution Lipstick in Divine Rose
Look 2: LiquiLUST in Divine Nude
Look 3: LiquiLUST in Divine Rose
The new Divine Rose Luxe Quad in Eternal Eden has the prettiest mix of pearl pink rose gold, bright pink (which I can wear as a blush), matte cocoa and sparkling purple. It’s definitely more trendy than I am used to but I think it’s a really pretty one. Out of all the Pat McGrath Labs palettes though I still think the best one is Mothership VII Divine Rose (swatches + review in this post here).
- Pink Mystique
- Earthly Delight
- Forbidden Fruit
Last we have a look at the Divine Rose Skin Fetish Ultra Glow Highlighter which is simply stunning. It has an ultra smooth texture that melts into the skin. It’s like a hybrid powder gel. The color is a gorgeous champagne gold with flashes of pink and rose. It is fairly metallic but if you blend with a brush it’s not too shimmery or frosty. I think it’s hard for me to be truly impressed with a highlighter these days but this one is truly beautiful. I can’t remember the last time I bought a backup of a makeup item. I usually only do that with skincare or hair care I run through frequently. I am really considering a backup of this one. I would love it if she made more colors in the same packaging style and formula.
Overall everything performs true to Pat McGrath standards with excellent pigment, lasting power, textures and colors. The stand outs for me are the new Divine Rose Matte Revolution and Skin Fetish Ultra Glow Highlighter. I do love the lip pencils but already own them – if you haven’t tried them, I highly recommend giving them a look!
That wraps up my review of the new Pat McGrath Divine Rose II Collection – hope you found these helpful! You can find the products available at Pat McGrath Labs and Sephora. If you’re looking to shop multiple items I recommend checking out the bundles available on the Pat McGrath website for some price breaks!
Divine Rose II Collection provided for review.
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