Is A Blue Pat McGrath Eyeshadow Coming Your Way? The Makeup Artist Shared A Sneak Peek At Anna Sui
Pat McGrath has been previewing her new products at fashion week since 2015 when she gave models like Bella Hadid, Stella Maxwell and Imaan Hammam golden makeovers in the Tuileries garden during Paris Fashion Week. This season, McGrath showed off a new blue Pat McGrath eyeshadow at Anna Sui's Fall 2017 New York Fashion Week show.
The models, including the trifecta Gigi Hadid, Bella Hadid and Kendall Jenner, walked down the runway in half up space buns (which I'm kind of in love with), bright cobalt eyeshadow and a burgundy lip, which created a lot of buzz around the beauty at Anna Sui, since it was significantly more playful than a majority of shows.
As the end of the show and fashion week neared, McGrath took to Instagram to share a few boomerang videos of models backstage wearing her rumored new blue Pat McGrath eyeshadow, captioning the video, "DIVINE DECADENCE backstage at @officialannasui ⚡️⚡️⚡️ Coming Soon from Pat McGrath Labs..... #StayTuned #makeupbypatmcgrath #NYFW"
So based on this caption, it is pretty safe to assume that Pat McGrath Labs is releasing a new blue eyeshadow, although she could've been referring to the burgundy lipstick, but that seems a lot less likely. McGrath likes to create products that are one of a kind, like the highly sparkly and pigmented Gold 001, and the ultra glitzy lip kit, Lust 004, so while I'm sure her version of a burgundy lipstick would be bomb, I think she's skipping the basic lippie in favor of a bold blue shadow, especially since Gigi Hadid is shown only wearing the blue eyeshadow, not the burgundy lip.
Blue eyeshadow might be hard to pull off in real life, but for some reason when I see it on Gigi Hadid it seems totally wearable.
It has not been confirmed if she is indeed releasing a new Pat McGrath blue eyeshadow, and if she is, when it will be released, but I'm sure you won't be able to miss it if you follow her on Instagram.
The odds of me wearing blue eyeshadow have just increased exponentially. Thanks, McGrath.