Inglot Neutral Palette|Review

IMG_3236IMG_3237IMG_3239IMG_3240Inglot Freedom System 4 Pan Palette with Inglot Shadows in 11|330|409|329

After hearing a lot on the blog scene about the famous Inglot palettes and having them compared to MAC shadows I took the plunge and purchased a quad. Inglot is a Polish brand and the only store near me is the one in Westfield White City so I popped over there and walked into make up wonderland. I would like to give a shout out to the lovely lady who helped me in the store (sadly I don’t know her name) but I just told her I wanted a neutrals quad that could be a day to night transition she took one look at my face and pulled out these shadows.

In the top left hand corner is number 11 which is a gold shimmer perfect for popping in the centre of the eye to brighten up everything and make your eyes look a bit jazzy; i’m so glad she picked this out for me because it’s not something I would usually pick up. Top right hand corner is number 330 which is a matte base champagne colour. The perfect base colour for any look. Bottom left is 409 which is a middle shade shimmer brown which I will definitely using in the crease and under the eye for smokey looks. Bottom left is 329 which is a matte dark brown perfect for the crease and blending everything together.

IMG_3351One make up look I created with my Inglot Palette

There is a huge range just like MAC but they are far cheaper at £4.50 each I can see myself becoming super addicted. The pigmentation of these is fantastic which means that you really need to blend everything in much more than other shadows. They are so velvety on the skin and are just a dream to blend. However I do have two tiny little issues; first up is the lack of colour names everything is done with numbers which I guess is just practical but I just love all the MAC names and secondly these are stupidly hard to take out of the palettes to swap or check the number – hence why mine have little numbers written on sticky notes. You are supposed to be able to draw them out with the magnets in the packaging but I tried that and it didn’t work so I had to attack them with tweezers. However aside from those two little things Inglot shadows are amazing, super affordable and just as good as the highly coveted MAC shadows.

Have you tried Inglot?

Peace Out and Pixie Dust XO


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