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Your first official look at Pat McGrath’s The Divine Rose II collection



See all the latest images, and find out when and where you can get your hands on this gorgeous rosy pink collection.

Pat McGrath, the queen of luxurious beauty, is back and better than ever with a brand new collection that you need to get your hands on. Introducing The Divine Rose II collection.

On her Instagram caption, Pat described it as "a blushing bouquet of Mother's masterpieces to help bloom your look into summer". We may be heading into a dreary winter here in Australia, but that's not going to stop us from enjoying this gorgeous rosy pink capsule.

Release details

The Divine Rose II collection will be available on 29 May, only from Pat McGrath online.

If you're patient, you can wait for the collection to launch into stockists from 15 June. Some of our favourites include Sephora and NET-A-PORTER.

What's in Pat McGrath's Divine Rose II collection?

If you had to pick one product to buy from this collection, look no further than the Mothership VIII: Divine Rose 2 Artistry Palette. It includes ten magical shades of mattes, shimmers, duo-chromes and metallics. The pigments are super easy to blend, yet deliver on colour pay-off.

Own too many eyeshadow palettes? We understand. You may want to opt for one of the Divine Rose Lip Trios. Now is the time to get that perfect pout you've always dreamed of!

The Pink Lip Trio includes the Divine Rose gloss, the Suburbia Lip Pencil and the Matte Trance Lipstick in the shade Soft Core. On the other hand, the Peach Lip Trio arrives with the Peach Perversion gloss, the Buff Lip Pencil and the Matte Trance Lipstick in Christy.

Keep on scrolling to see all the latest pics of the collection, and check out the limited-edition pink and rose gold packaging. We are obsessed!



Images: Instagram user trendmood1

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