It was late last year when Inglot, a Polish cosmetics brand, made its debut in the Philippines! Even before it hit our shores, I’ve heard about this brand across the beauty blogosphere because of it unique approach to makeup through its “freedom system”.
The freedom system is a way of creating your own makeup palette by mixing and matching Inglot’s gazillions (this is an exaggeration but they do have a lot of items) of eyeshadows, blushers, powders, concealers (the list is endless!) shades. If you are the kind of person who does not want to buy say the Naked Palette thinking that you might only use a couple of shades from that palette, then go ahead to Inglot and take advantage of their freedom system. You can customize your own palette with the shades that you want and need.
Moving on to their eyeshadows, I only own two shades which I got at the beginning of the year. They have a lot of shades to choose from and it’s really overwhelming to decide which shades to choose! I haven’t bought a palette yet because I have one those palettes from Wild Peach (like a Z palette).
The first shade that I got is eyeshadow 329 which is a dark brown shadow with a matte finish. I got this mainly for my eyebrows because I’ve noticed that the other eyeshadows that I use to fill in my brows are not long-lasting. This eyeshadow is a great eyebrow shade because it is nicely pigmented and not chalky at all (which is a tendency with matte eyeshadows)! I love this eyeshadow for my brows because it stays on ALL DAY! I swear! I only use it to fill in my brows in the morning before I go to work and I don’t retouch it throughout the day!
Not that I’ve tried it yet, but I feel that this color would also look great on the crease for a nice brown smokey eyes!
The second shade that I got is eyeshadow 446 which is a deep plummy-purple color with a pearl finish! I love the finish of this eyeshadow! It’s shimmery but not overwhelmingly so! It’s a great crease color because it’s very blendable and buttery soft! I would love to do a purple/plum smokey eye with this!
These two eyeshadows swatch beautifully. I am actually impressed with the pigmentation of these eyeshadows! I’ve read from a few blogs that the pigmentation of Inglot eyeshadows are not great but I truly see no problem with their pigmentation!
Inglot eyeshadows are also very soft and very blendable which give them an A+ in my books! I also find them affordable at Php 350 for a 2.3 g pan! I just wish their eyeshadows have names instead of just numbers! Haha.
Have you tried Inglot eyeshadows? What is your take on them? Any particular color that you love? Please comment below and let’s have a chat about this brand!