Cara Frew

And who doesn’t want that in a job? Makeup artist and beauty mogul Pat Mc­grath shares the se­cret of suc­cess and her rules for en­joy­ing it with US GLAMOUR edi­tor Cindi Leive.

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Pat Mc­grath is ma­jor. She may be a ju­bi­lant Brit who zips around Mi­lan and Paris on her Gold Wing mo­tor­bike, snapchat­ting all the way, but make no mis­take: she reigns supreme in her field. We in­ter­viewed Pat in the mid­dle of a fash­ion sea­son that had her do­ing 24 run­way shows in a month. And this is es­pe­cially im­pres­sive since shows are just one of her many jobs, as she also mas­ter­minds beauty for Proc­ter & Gam­ble, cre­ates images for mag­a­zines and ads, and is launch­ing her own beauty line. But she’s built her ca­reer with­out los­ing her sense of fun, and that’s some­thing I think we all as­pire to. Here’s how she keeps the joy alive. Pat Mc­grath Oh, ec­static! I just loved makeup. My mother loved it as well – and was ob­sessed by the fact that we couldn’t find any makeup for dark skin.

So, would she mix her own?

In the ’70s, ev­ery­thing was sort of ashy, and that didn’t suit our skin. But ev­ery now and then, there’d be one pig­ment that was off, but good, and it worked. She was al­ways look­ing for those sorts of things. And ev­ery­thing she was ob­sessed with, I be­came ob­sessed with.

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