Product Review | Pat McGrath Mothership V Eyeshadow Palette - Bronze Seduction

Product Review | Pat McGrath Mothership V Eyeshadow Palette - Bronze Seduction ($125, Sephora)

Product Details (from Sephora's website): Adorn your eyes in sensuously-surreal, incendiary shades ranging from gleaming rose gold, molten metallic bronze, and incendiary crimson to mesmerizing mattes. This collection of 10 ravishingly-rich pigments melts into skin, highlighting and defining eyes for the ultimate in supernatural seduction. Starring a spectrum of sensorial pigments, crystalline pearls, and cream-infused powders, these next-generation formulations set eyes ablaze in luxurious, vibrant color and metallic shine. Galactic glamour awaits as tantalizing textures glide on in a single sensuous stroke, transforming with seamless blendability. Ignite endless looks in impassioned hues that fuel your fantasies, and make eye contact with the next dimension.

Review:  My first exposure to Pat McGrath Labs eyeshadows was the six-pan Bronze Ambition palette.  There was something about the formula that was different from Natasha Denona's (both are good in different ways).  Plus, the packaging is extremely intricate and luxurious.  This specific palette is housed in a thick and sturdy cardboard casing with a majestic design.  Once you open the cardboard, the actual eyeshadow palette is inside in a sturdy, glossy and heavy weight compact with a large mirror. It contains 10 eyeshadow pans which is slightly larger than standard pans.  

The eyeshadows have different textures such as mattes, satin, shimmers, duo chromes and metallic that are high in pigment content.  They are easy to blend, long-wearing and can be used for both day and night look.  Please note that arm swatches do not indicate how they perform on the eyelids.  If you love warm-tone shades, you will love this palette.  Is it worth the price? Personally, I think so.  If you would like to try a Pat McGrath eyeshadow, I recommend getting the six pan palette.  Keep in mind that the six pan ones do not have an extensive shade range and textures such as the regular palette but the formula and pigmentation will hopefully help you decide if you think it is worth it or not.