Friday, September 23, 2011


Hey everyone! today's post as you can tell is about this lovely Inglot eye shadow palette that my boyfriend got me for my birthday then decided to give it to me early because I'm doing well on my diet! I have to say Inglot is everything I expected, awesome! Since I showed pictures of them on me I didn't do swatches but if you would like just ask! I used every color in this palette besides the first one, its just a matte nude color.Other products used were UDPP and NYX Jumbo pencil in Milk. The shadows I have are :
  • 355 matte-Cool tone light matte nude color.
  • 393 pearl-Warm tone pearly highlight.
  • 60 AMC- Not too sure what amc stands for but its a sparkly bright yellow.
  • 382 matte- Very red toned hot pink could go either way.
  • 504 DS- Again not too sure what DS means but sparkly blue turquoise color.
  • Pigmentation- amazing all of them are very pigmented.Even the matte shades you only need a little but and you don't have to dig into it.
  • Price-In my opinion the price is a steal. You get 2.7 grams of product for 5 dollars. To compare the quality is the same as MAC if not better in my opinion where you get 1.5 grams for 15 dollars.
  • Packaging-I personally think the packaging is awesome. My boyfriend made fun of me for playing with it so much and I was like well its the James bond of eye shadow palettes lol. Also since the freedom palettes are magnetic you can stack them. I can't do that yet, but I definitely will be.
  • Color selection-For the freedom system the are around 209 and that's not counting the shadows you can get from the regular line.
  • Finishes- All the finishes are true to what they are supposed to be the mattes are matte and the shimmers go on with the shimmer still in them. The pearl shadow I have is so pearly I love it is definitely my favorite new highlight.
  • Website-The way things are set up aren't very user friendly. First you go to then you have to hit shop online even thought they have tabs for makeup on the first page. Also there is a tab for a freedom Guide and it just shows an eye shadow going into a palette. Since I watch videos I know what the freedom system is but if I didn't there site would be no help. When selecting shades there is a nice automatic calculator but if you happen to miss that one shadow is out of stock it clears all the shades you selected which, is very annoying in my boyfriends words lol.
  • Arrangement- Putting the shadows in was very easy but on the other hand getting them out is a hassle and you have to be super careful or they will break.
  • Fallout- While they are very smooth if you aren't careful to tap the brush there is a bit of fallout from picking it up on your brush creating a lot of "shadow dust" you could call it.
All in all this product is amazing and well worth the price! I hope this was helpful, bye!
p.s. I forgot to add I wish they had names instead of numbers. not a huge deal though


  1. Hey girl! Thanks for the follow!

    I love Inglot a lot too … as of yet there is no 12 step program ;)

  2. Hey Girlie!! Found u from Beautylish =) Love ur blog