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Tuesday, April 8, 2014

Inglot eyeshadows Review and Swatches

I don't know why it's taken me so long to blog about my Inglot eye shadows! I guess I'm just a lagger there lol but here it is, finally! 

I first learned of inglot at IMATS several years ago. Unfortunately I was unable to get anything because I was way to impatient to wait in the huge line to check out their products! Shortly after I saw a ton of swatch photos and was regretting not getting anything! 

Last June I attended PhamExpo which is another makeup show similar to IMATS and I made sure to stop by the inglot booth! 

I knew I wanted to get an eyeshadow palette with a good mix of colors, and finishes so that's exactly what I did!

L to R 
Top row - 07, 153,357,327, 64
Bottom row - 305, 320, 332, 58, 504

Flash
Natural light 
All of these were swatched with no primer and you can see how opaque they are! 

I never have a problem with them fading or creasing when I use a good primer such as UDPP. They blend easily as well. 

Another thing I love is you get a ton of product at 2.3 grams for $7 whereas compared to a MAC eyeshadow you get 1.5 grams for $15. There are even drugstore shadows that cost more than these, yet the inglot freedom system eyeshadows are far superior. 

I think the only negative thing I can say is that these eyeshadows don't have names, they are all just numbered. I feel like it'd be easier to remember shades by names rather than numbers. I have a list in my phone to keep track of what I have so I don't accidentally repurchase one. I could see that happening to many people since Inglot has a ton of eyeshaows to choose from!

These shadows are from Inglots Freedom system which allow you to create your own palette of eye shadows. Inglot does make palettes to use with these, like the one they are in, in the photo above, but you can also use a zpalette. 

When I purchased these I bought the Inglot palette as well but I honestly prefer them in my zpalette. I have around 12 more inglot shadows (that I will blog about later) in a zpalette. I just think it's easier to remove them from a zpalette. In the inglot palette you have no space to pop them out and its very hard. I have seen people say to use the magnet from the corn of the lid to life them up, the magnet on mine is not strong enough to lift it. I used a stronger magnet and it nicked one of my shadows, so just be careful when removing them.

Overall I can't say enough good about Inglot eyeshadows. I plan to get several more at PHAMExpo this June! 

You can purchase Inglot single eyeshadows on http://www.inglotusa.com/freedom-system for $7 each.

Have you used Inglot eyeshadows? What are some of your favorites?

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6 comments:

Miss Louise said...

the palette you made has the PERFECT amount of color variation!I haven't been digging the quality of MAC shadows and would much rather give these a go!!

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Joanna M said...

Great colour combination. Love the pigmentation. I have heard of ingots eyeshadows but have never thought of giving them a try until now. I will be looking into them now.

Stephanie Peng said...

I love the mix of neutrals and colors that you have!

LipGlossGossip said...

@Miss Louise, I know exactly how you feel! Sometimes you just gotta change it up! I think you'll love Inglot shadows! Although with so many colors to choose from it can be overwhelming so I hope these swatches help you in choosing some colors! :)

LipGlossGossip said...

@Joanna I think you'll definitely love them! Let me know if you give them a try! :)

LipGlossGossip said...

@Stephanie, Thank you! I did my best trying to pick a good mix of neutrals and some fun colors! :)