Product Review | Pat McGRATH Labs - MTHRSHP Sublime Bronze Temptation Eyeshadow Palette

Product Review | Pat McGRATH Labs - MTHRSHP Sublime Bronze Temptation Eyeshadow Palette ($55, Pat McGRATH website and Sephora)

Product Details (from Sephora's website): A palette of tawny neutral shimmer and velvet pigments, with two burgundy and emerald jewel tones that work in tandem to dress eyes in warm luxury.

Succumb to the seduction of six illicit, iconoclastic shades, ranging from glamorously-gilty golds to wondrously warm matte neutrals, sparked by the tantalizing temptation of a single shimmering bronzed rose. Gild, glamorize, and glorify your eyes with the erotic elegance of arousingly-smooth formulations that glide on effortlessly, uninhibitedly exhibiting incendiary shine and licentious luxury. Slay with style and splendor in sublime textures and finishes, mesmerizing all whom you encounter from dusk to dawn and beyond.

This Palette Contains:
- 6 x Eyeshadows in Celestial (luminous champagne), Burning Desire (matte terra cotta), Supernova (sparkling emerald green), Dark Paradise (noir-tinged brick red), Corruption (bronzed burgundy), Provactix (golden bronze duo-chrome)

Review: I love when Pat McGRATH Labs releases their six eyeshadow pan palettes for a few reasons: First, it is a good way to try out the brand without paying over $100 for a palette.  Second, they come in six beautiful shades that you can mix and match and create a variety of looks with. Third, the packaging is sturdy enough for travel purposes.  Aside from Natasha Denona, Pat McGRATH Labs eyeshadows stole my heart since purchasing the Bronze Ambition Palette from this past Spring.  This specific palette is a holiday release which it a limited edition palette.  

The artistry and design of the package is brilliant and stunning.  The palette case is made out of a very sturdy cardboard material with a weighted glossy plastic container that houses the eyeshadow pans.  It also comes with a large mirror.  The formula of these eyeshadows are very soft and silky to the touch.  Due to the softness of the shadows, there will be some fall out but nothing excessive.  I mostly experienced some fall out using the shimmer and metallic shadows.  These shadows are pigmented when applied on the lids (with or without a setting spray for the metallics).  They are also long-wearing.  Please note that I always apply an eyelid primer (I use Urban Decay Anti-Aging Eyeshadow Primer) and set it with a translucent powder to help with longevity.  The shadows blend easily when applied on top of each other.  I would definitely recommend this eyeshadow palette to anyone who wants to try the Pat McGRATH Labs line.  I love that it has the green shade as a pop of color to add to its warmer neutral tones.  She has two other palettes that have different shades and tones just in case this color scheme is not your first choice.