The products are said to work on many different skin tones, as diversity and inclusion have always been pillars of Pat McGrath Labs despite the fact that many brands are building up to 60 shades(Morphe and Fenty Beauty era). “I just remember as almost a child shopping in department stores and seeing all of these beautiful colours and then they never worked on my skin, or they were too bruise-y on pale skin,” said Pat McGrath.
The Light, Light Medium, Medium, Medium Deep, and Deep are the shades of Sublime Perfection foundation of Pat McGrath’s Lab with a surprisingly high intensity coverage despite the fact that it’s a lightweight almost water-like fluid. The product contains vitamin complex in a “serum”-like effect and hyaluronic acid and ceramides to moisturize and smooth the skin. It has a satin than matte finish that gives a radiant luminosity that can be tamped down with loose powder or enhanced with highlighter.
The Sublime Perfection Primer has a pearlescent pink in appearance which leaves your skin with a blurred luminosity and slight mattifying finish.
The Sublime Perfection Setting Powder corresponds to each foundation level of five shades and ensures that there’s an option for every skin tone with no chalky effect, it’s is said to help reduce shine patently without masking the skin’s natural texture and blur imperfections while reflecting light for a soft focus effect.
The Sublime Perfection makeup brushes — are fluffy and made with synthetic fibers that closely mimic natural hairs, making them cruelty-free and vegan.
The Sublime Perfection collection will be available from July 26th 2019 at PatMcGrath.com, Sephora.com, Selfridges.com and from selected stores of Bergdorf Goodman, Sephora and Selfridges.
By Lola Joseph