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Although Kacey Musgraves and Cardi B had incredibly different approaches to the Met Gala’s “Camp” theme, their makeup had something top secret in common. In fact, it was a major product that was just revealed today: the brand-new Pat McGrath Labs Sublime Perfection Foundation. That’s right — iconic makeup artist and self-made billionaire beauty entrepreneur Pat McGrath is officially launching her very own foundation, as well as a primer and setting powder.
The trio of complexion products, which launches on July 26, stays true to McGrath’s style and brand, providing a bonafide system that allows users to create that trademark glowing skin the makeup artist brings, season after season, to the runway. Back when Pat McGrath Labs first launched in 2015 with the now-famous Gold 001, she gave us a way to create gilded makeup looks with multiple products.
As Mcgrath told a group of beauty editors (myself included) that the foundation, primer, and setting powder are a return to this “lab” concept, and she’s dubbed it Skin Fetish: Sublime Perfection The System. In other words, it’s “a foundation system that will enable you to do exactly what we do,” McGrath explains. “Prime, prep, and perfect.”
Although Pat McGrath Labs dropped Skin Fetish, a cream highlighter, in 2016, McGrath notes that it’s only one part of the process of achieving the radiant complexion she always uses as a canvas for her innovate, colorful eye makeup. Sure, it could be used on its own to give skin a luminous sheen. However, three other steps come into play to really obtain runway-ready skin. Before today, they were a secret. With the new system, everyone is now able to be privy to “the real truth of what we do,” McGrath says, referring to her assistant makeup artists in the room. The trio is truly the “keys to everything we’ve ever done,” she adds.
Keep scrolling to read about every part of the Pat McGrath complexion equation that has been years in the making.
Step 1: Sublime Perfection Primer ($60)
Inside a matte black bottle, you’ll find a silky, silicone-free primer that you can easily dispense with its pump. The lightweight formula helps fill in pores and blur away any unevenness, so you can have the smoothest base possible for the foundation. The primer is also spiked with hydrating ingredients, like sodium hyaluronate and hyaluronic acid, to help skin lock in moisture all day long. If you have oily skin, it will stave off sebum, too. McGrath even mentioned that you can use the primer on its own for some subtle filtering on a no-makeup day.