January 12, 2021

Pat Mcgrath at Costco! Yes, We Have a Costco Membership Now!

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Some very odd looking Pat Mcgrath EYEdols Eye Shadow popped up at Costco today!

But first a little back story…

When COVID started we got a Costco Membership. Yes, a Costco Membership. This from two people who used the fridge to store bottle water. Needless to say we used to eat out a lot or order in if we were ever home. Travel, socializing, etc…left us with an empty fridge most of the days of our lives but when the pandemic struck we decided that a Costco Membership was needed. We needed to be prepared because we knew the zombie plague was upon us and everything we had planned for the big day wasn’t implemented. Were we ready for the zombies? Did we have enough food? Enough cans of soups? Twinkies?

We were not prepared but Costco would prepare us.

No, but seriously we did actually get a Costco membership during the pandemic. We travel a lot and we don’t stay home often so having lots of food on handy was a bit wasteful but nowadays we do Costco hauls (And we cook food on the stove in our kitchen! Who even knew you could do that?). There’s something to be said about buying big boxes of toilet paper that last you a year. It feels very adult-like shopping at a warehouse store that sells bulk bins of grapes and fifty can cases of soup.

Costco also sells cool stuff like makeup and skincare. But I gotta admit when Pat Mcgrath popped up the website I raised a brow! These do not quite look like the EYEdols Eyeshadow we know and love. One good plus is the fact that they have eliminated all the wasteful sequins these typically come packaged it. That’s cool however, the casing is completely different. EYEdols Eyeshadow has a more rounded case and these are flat. Hmmmm….! Honestly at $9.99 each I’d say get them at patmcgrath.com for $12.50 instead as these look a little off!

What do you think of the Pat Mcgrath EYEdols Eyeshadow Costco Edition?

Where to buy

Costco Pat Mcgrath


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Isabella MuseIsabella is just an average everyday geeky girl who doesn’t blend her eyeshadow correctly, wears too much blush, and hopes she never finds her holy grail products because she likes the thrill of the chase so much. Her mission is to bring you super honest reviews on makeup, skincare, fragrance and all things beauty. She’s in no way an expert on the topic and she sure as hell isn’t a super model. But she’s passionate about makeup and is seeking like-minded individuals that like pina coladas, getting caught in the rain, and ones that enjoy spending hundreds of dollars at Sephora without feeling buyer’s remorse. If you’re that person feel free to reach out and leave a comment or follow me on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Bloglovin‘.

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  • Dee

    We are long time Costco members and it’s really come in handy during this crazy time. I read somewhere, maybe in a Costco magazine, that the brand names you find in Costco are legit. From clothing to makeup. But they aren’t going to be the same as you find from the brand’s website or store. They are more along the lines of outlet quality, if that makes sense!

    • Isabella Muse

      it really did! We are terrible about stocking the fridge bc we aren’t home a lot but covid hit and costco saved the day! I think it’s like that with tj maxx too! Not quite the same as full price items but something a bit cheaper and made for TJ or in this case Costco!

  • kjh

    You always dig for the backstory. What do you think this one is? Did you get one to try/compare? I think these are faux. But maybe they’re more like the HE remainders we see at TJX Cos. Yet, tjx doesn’t have repackaging of the compact or packaging. More like back alley Kylie palettes made by small children indentured in sweatshops that I read about.

    • Isabella Muse

      They sure do look it but I don’t think they are! I haven’t seen them at costco but would be curious enough to try one!

  • Mary

    To each, her own, Muse, and happy New Year!

    I know it’s fun to rag on Costco, but they do make organic fruits and veg and quality meats affordable, sell inexpensive and well-made cabin socks, pjs, lounge wear and casual clothes, and give me the best prices I’ve found on some cosmetics and skincare. Some things are made just for Costco (think Dooney handbags at QVC), so that might be the difference with Pat McGrath, but who knows?

    P.S. It was nice to have that t.p. on hand when the stores ran out for months from hoarding, too.

    • Isabella Muse

      Happy New Year Mary! I wasn’t ragging on Costco I was ragging on us for not stocking our fridge well. Getting a membership was a really smart move during covid! Not sure about Pat Mcgrath but the food/tp/bulk items are def great however, sometimes not always a good deal for us because we are only two people but a lot of items that don’t go bad we did hoard this year like toilet paper, bottled water, paper towel, etc…! It was def a good investment to get the membership!