Pat McGrath x Star Wars Divine Droid Eyeshadow Palette

Divine Droid

Pat McGrath Divine Droid 5-Pan Eyeshadow Palette is a limited edition all-shimmer eyeshadow palette with a more vivid color scheme. Four of the five colors were good; they were pigmented, blendable, smooth, and simple to work with. One shade (Optic Fuchsia) seems to have a little more slip than ideal, causing it to slide about or apply patchily (a little) if not careful—by no means a flop, but a touch below the PMG norm.

Ingredients

Astro Lime

Astro Lime is a medium greenish-gold with warm undertones and a metallic gleam. It was somewhere between green and gold.

Opaque pigmentation
Creamy, smooth, lightly dense
Easy to pick up with dry brush, applied evenly, blendable
Long-wearing (9 hours)

Bronze Circuit

Bronze Circuit is a soft, medium-dark brown with warm olive undertones and a metallic sheen.

Opaque pigmentation
Creamy, smooth, slightly dense but not thick
Easy to pick up with dry brush, applied evenly, blendable
Long-wearing (9 hours)

Secret Blueprint

Secret Blueprint is a pale sky blue with cold undertones and a metallic sheen.

Mostly opaque pigmentation
Creamy, smooth, more loosely-pressed
Easy to pick up with dry brush, applied evenly, blendable
Long-wearing (9 hours)

Optic Fuchsia

Optic Fuchsia is a medium-dark crimson with a metallic shine and warmer, more coppery undertones.

Mostly opaque pigmentation
Creamy, smooth, slightly too emollient
Best applied with a fingertip or flat brush as it could go on a touch patchy otherwise
Long-wearing (9 hours)

Ultraviolet Messenger

Ultraviolet Messenger is a rich purple with cold undertones and a silky, glossy finish.

Opaque pigmentation
Creamy, smooth, slightly dense but not overly thick
Easy to pick up with dry brush, applied evenly, blendable
Long-wearing (9 hours)