March 19, 2019

Pat Mcgrath Eyedols Eyeshadow Singles Might Have Me Eating Off the $1 Menu for the Next Month

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Take my money, Pat! Just give me all of the new Pat Mcgrath Eyedols Eyeshadow Singles! I don’t have to eat, I don’t need to pay bills, just give me all the Eyedols Eyeshadow Singles and I can go about my merry way!

On March 28th, you can throw your money at these new single eyeshadows in a variety of delicious shades (17 of them to be exact) which will set you back $25 each. Not bad, I thought I’d have to mortgage my house to own a few!

Don’t get too excited though as a lot of these are repromoted so if you’re a slave to Pat’s eyeshadow palettes you might already own a few of them already! Yes, MONEY saved! We don’t have to live off the Mcdonald’s dollar meal. Phew!

The eyeshadows will be available in three finishes of metallic, matte, and shimmer! And of course, they’ll be housed in the signature baggie filled with sequins because Pat likes to torture us when we open her makeup and have sequins flying all over the carpet.

I gotta go make a list of shades I don’t have and I also, need to check my couch for spare change so, I can afford the ones I do want.

You have until March 28th to save your pennies for a few of the new Pat Mcgrath Eyedols Eyeshadow Singles.

Will you be indulging?

Where to buy

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  • Dot

    Oooo, yes!!!! I’ve resisted picking up her palettes bc there are always a few colors I don’t care for (really, another black matte?!), and for that price, I feel like I should love every single one. The swatches for these look great, and I hope she expands them soon!

  • kjh

    I still haven’t fallen for any Pat palettes, and am a bit both proud and surprised. Probably will not resist something basic, in the taupe or gray family. Borrring, but you do want to pick s.t. that would see a lot of use. I do love the l/s, but don’t find it massively better than Audacious.

  • Jan Kelley

    Not those bloody sequins again! But, alas, I’m afraid they won’t keep me away.

  • Amber G.

    I’m super excited about this launch! I’ve never pulled the trigger on a Pat palette so this is a little easier for my wallet to digest! I plan on picking up the teal shadow for sure and maybe a matte.

  • Jane

    I don’t know. Honestly, as the climate begins to get worse and worse and our government refuses to act, I am beginning to feel worse and worse about my makeup and skincare purchases. Add in the ridiculous and absolutely useless sequins and I’m not purchasing. I’m assuming she will repackage without the sequins. (And I’m not saying this to be a bitter b, or to rain on anyone else’s parade – I am beginning to feel differently about my consumption.)

  • Brenda Cremer

    I have one of her palettes and it is such a guilty pleasure to swirl my brush into the pan sweep the delicious buttery color on my lids and watch the beautiful color explode on my lids. Your bet your bottom dollar I will be buying a few of the ones that I don’t have. If you haven’t worn a Pat McGrath Eye Shadow you don’t know what you are missing.

    • Isabella Muse

      ITA! Sometimes it’s worth splurging for such great quality!

  • Randi

    I’m going to pass. I’m still finding sequins in my rug from my mini lipstick purchase at Christmas. So bad for the environment too.

    • Isabella Muse

      LOL! those sequins are a nightmare! I actually don’t throw them out! I give them to my mother’s senior group they do craps and stuff with ’em!

  • Brenda Cremer

    I also use the sequins in craft projects, from the PMG orders. I can’t throw anything away.