The dreamy, romantic Divine Rose palette from Pat McGrath just sold out for a second time, though I bet she’ll bring it back. This limited edition (for now) beaut is the perfect selection of neutrals, from creamy wearable mattes to her usual astral sparkles or whatever they’re called – the glittery top coats that make your shadows look wet and next-level glittery. The mauve shade below (second from top) is my absolute jam for everyday looks, it’s very similar to Anastasia Beverly Hills’ Buon Fresco, which is in the Modern Renaissance palette, and I think another one? The top shade in the second picture (below) is just all kinds of stunning, I’ve been wearing it almost every day. It’s so easy to just chuck on with a winged eyeliner, it makes green eyes pop. Although I genuinely really like this palette, and do think these are good quality shadows, I’m still not as blown away as some people are with Pat McGrath. I think £115 for ten shadows is way too much, even though they’re big pans. I’d rather have smaller pans like in an ABH palette and pay £40, it’s not like I even hit pan on those despite using them a lot (especially Buon Fresco). It’s a lovely palette but it doesn’t make me want to rush out and get any others from her range. Unless they got cheaper of course, in which case I’d bloody get them all.