This Sold-Out Pat McGrath Product Is Being Restocked Soon

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Beauty fans know the name Pat McGrath. The iconic makeup artist has long been one of the most respected in the beauty industry, creating looks on famous faces worldwide. Now, one of her beauty line's sold-out products is returning for mere mortals' use. The Pat McGrath LUST: MatteTrance lipstick is restocking, and the gorgeous collection of matte yet hydrating lipsticks can be yours.

While matte liquid lipsticks have been a major trend, McGrath's LUST: MatteTrance sticks to the more traditional stick form of lip color. The lippie, however, doesn't sacrifice any color payoff or matte texture. In fact, MatteTrance gives a solidly matte appearance while still hydrating the lips and avoiding streaky applications.

The collection of lipsticks features nine colors from a gorgeous vibrant red (the color Obsessed) to a deep plum (Deep Void 210), and on July 29, they can be yours again. While nine shades may sound small for a collection, like all of McGrath's products, the lipsticks are limited edition, not the beginning of a huge line of lip products.

As of press time, there has been no word on when the end would come for LUST: MatteTrance, but if you want the product, getting them during the July 29 restock may be a good idea.

If you want to shop the soon-to-be newly restocked lipstick, each individual tube will cost you $38, but if you can't choose just one, you can purchase the bundle for $275. If that sounds steep, it actually reduces the cost per lipstick by nearly $8 each.

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If you're still a bit skeptical of a $38 lipstick, the internet is here for you. Well-known and respected Youtubers like NikkieTutorials have reviewed the lippies and showcased every moment of the application. From the videos, it's clear that these lipsticks live up to the hype.

If you want to shop Pat McGrath's LUST: MatteTrance lipstick, mark your calendar for July 29. The limited edition lipsticks may not last long, and once they're gone, they could be gone for good.