Pat McGrath Fleur Fantasia Celestial Divinity Luxe Eyeshadow Quad is a new, limited edition quad that featured a pearly peach, pearly lavender, sparkly berry, and matte coral. It is exclusive to the brand’s website.
The two more subdued shimmers felt a little more powdery in comparison to most of the brand’s eyeshadows, which tend to have a creamier, more emollient quality to them, though I didn’t find it had much impact on application. All four shades had rich color payoff, were blendable, and had good longevity, though Iridescent Orchid had light fallout over time.
Huetopia is a medium-dark, yellow-peach base with very fine, subtle pink-to-gold shifting p earl that gave it more of a pearly sheen. The base seemed a little more powdery, which seemed to “eat” some of the shimmer so it wasn’t as metallic as some of the brand’s shimmers can be (but not quite as sheen-like as Skinshow ____ shades).
The texture was lightly powdery in the pan but didn’t give me trouble with fallout or blending when applied to my skin. It had opaque color coverage that stayed on well for nine hours before fading a bit.
Lavender Blue is a light-medium, pinky-lavender base with warmer undertones paired with cooler, blue-to-aqua shifting pearl. The finish was more pearlescent when applied–almost glowing but not actually metallic or as shiny.
For the brand, it had a lower level sheen than usually seen (that’s an observation, it’s not a pro nor a con). The consistency was soft, smooth, and blendable but lightly powdery in the pan. It had opaque color payoff that lasted nicely for nine hours before showing signs of fading.
Iridescent Orchid is a brighter, medium berry with warmer undertones and cooler pink and violet sparkle that gave it a shiny, metallic finish with light sparkle. The consistency was slightly drier with the sparkles coming away from the base color a bit, which led to light fallout during application when applied with a dry brush.
It had opaque pigmentation regardless of being applied with a dry brush, wet brush, or fingertip, though the latter two helped to mitigate fallout. It wore well for nine and a half hours but had a touch of fallout over time.
Lotus Paradise is a muted, medium pink-coral with moderate, warm undertones and a matte finish. The texture was smooth, velvety, and substantial with a touch of powderiness that was present in the pan but didn’t give me trouble with fallout during application.
The eyeshadow had rich color coverage that blended out with ease. The color stayed on well for nine hours before fading visibly.