Pat McGrath Labs is releasing a stunning makeup collection inspired by Bridgerton
Pat McGrath Labs is releasing a limited edition makeup collection inspired by hit series, Bridgerton.
The iconic brand has once again teamed up with Netflix and Shondaland to launch a stunning set of products.
After the first collection sold out, this one promises to be capable of creating “regency-meets-modern” looks.
The limited edition collection will be released on 24 March, to coincide with the release of Bridgerton season two, via patmcgrath.com.
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The face of the collection and McGrath’s muse is one of the star’s of the series, Nicola Coughlan.
Revealing the campaign on Instagram, McGrath said: “The instantly iconic beauty and alluring actress Nicola Coughlan has stolen our hearts as Penelope Featherington aka Lady Whistledown”.
“Such poetic eyes! Sublime skin! Subversive wit! I can truly say she is both the Belle of the Ball and a MAJOR Blushing Delight,” she adds.
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Coughlan responded to the announcement, saying: “What an absolute dream come true thank you Pat I’m truly on cloud nine”.
The collection will feature ‘Belle of the Ball’, a limited edition eyeshadow palette featuring six “regal hues”.
This includes a pink Regency Romance, a golden Forever Charmed and glittery Diamond’s Desire.
Other products launching on 24 March include ‘Satinallure Lipstick’, ‘Skintillating Diamond Body Shimmer’ and ‘Blushing Delights’.
There’s also the ‘Legendary Wear Velvet Kohl Eyeliner’ described as “effortlessly versatile” and having a matte finish.
Meanwhile the packaging is embellished with bows and images of crowns and pearls, taking fans into the regal aesthetic of the Netflix series.
The Pat McGrath Labs x Bridgerton II collection retails between $28 and $65 and will arrive on patmcgrath.com on March 24. Plus fans can sign up for VIP early access on the website.
Bridgerton’s Jonathan Bailey explains ‘trick’ to sex scenes
Bailey said that he learned “new tricks to the trade” from the programme’s intimacy coordinator.
“It’s amazing how that whole industry has just come on, even in a year,” he said.
“There are new tricks to the trade – little cushions – and it’s amazing what you can do with a half-inflated netball.”
“Well, if there are two people doing a sex scene, the rule is they must have three barriers separating them and there are certain acts where a half-inflated netball can allow for movement without having to connect physically,” Bailey added.
“It’s pretty silly really and we have some hilarious moments, but it makes it less awkward.”