Save up to 50 percent on lipstick, eye shadow and more at the Pat McGrath Labs makeup sale

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Finally ready to start wearing makeup again? Obviously, if you’re like most people, you probably put your daily glam routine on pause back in March of 2020. While there seems to be no end in sight to the work from home lifestyle, you might as well start using your favorite products again, right?

Sadly, the makeup you were using last winter is likely past its prime, which means it’s time to restock. Luckily, Pat McGrath Labs is having a major sale right now, so you can stock up on lipstick, lip gloss, eye shadow and more.

Right now, for a limited time, select Pat McGrath beauty products are on sale for up to 50 percent off. Her highly coveted lipsticks are discounted to just $12, as well as a gorgeous neutral eye palette for less than $15.

It doesn’t get more luxe than Pat McGrath’s makeup, so don’t miss this chance to add some serious style to your cosmetics bag.

Shop: Eye Ecstasy™ Eye Shadow Palette, $14 (Orig. $28)

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Shop: Lust Gloss, $12 (Orig. $28)

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Shop: Mini Lip Fetich Lip Balm Trio, $13 (Orig. $25)

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Shop: Backstage Eye-Con Kit, $60 (Orig. $103)

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Shop: Luxetrance™ Lipstick, $12 (Orig. $38)

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