Mother has been teasing something new for the past few days… And it’s now official! Get ready for the launch of Pat McGrath Labs Divine Rose II! That’s right! Mothership VIII is arriving soon. And I’m totally here for it. (As soon as I hear any launch date details I’ll update this post. UPDATE – Launch date will be sometime in June. *According PMG, the Divine Rose collection will launch May 29, 2020. According to the Sephora website, the new Divine Rose collection will launch June 15, 2020.)
First of all, let’s talk about the elephant in the room. Yes. Pat McGrath Labs products are expensive. However, they are amazing quality, the packaging is top notch, and in person, the products and pigments are stunning. In fact, her most pigmented eyeshadows have hardly any fallout and the pan sizes are huge. So you really do get what you pay for.
Now onto Mothership VIII Divine Rose II herself. She is simply gorgeous. Plus, we’ve been talking lately about neons and pastels both being on trend right now, and this palette looks to be the perfect mix of both. In fact, that hot pink and dark Burgundy have me sweating! I’m so excited. I really love both the color story and the shade selection of this palette. You really can create the most simple every day looks, smokey evening glam looks, and bold vibrant standout looks with this palette. And you guys know how much I love a “one and done” palette.
Not only does the Pat McGrath Labs Divine Rose II palette include matte shades for depth, but it also includes Mother’s incredible shimmer and VR shades as well. These formulas are so smooth and creamy and can be worn alone or layered. I have the Pat McGrath Labs Mothership VII Divine Rose (OG) palette. In comparison to Divine Rose II, Divine Rose I is a lot softer and more neutral. In fact, it is a lot more “dusty rose” in comparison. And it doesn’t have any bold or deep shades like Xtreme Burgundy or Rose Seduction. For example, think more like Naked Blush and Astral Pink Moon.
I’m really loving the combinations of Skinshow Rose Opal, Naked Blush, and Xtreme Burgundy, as well as Naked Blush, Rose Seduction, and VR Sextraterrestrial. I just can’t get over the allure of Rose Seduction. Overall, the whole palette has me swooning.
As if all the rest of that wasn’t enough to get me freaking out, there’s also going to be a Divine Rose II Limited Edition with this insane rose packaging. I have no words.
Overall, I’m super excited for the new Divine Rose II launch and think it’s the perfect addition to the PMG Mothership family.
What do you think of the new Pat McGrath Labs Mothership VIII Divine Rose II palette? Let me know your thoughts in the comments!
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