My blog posts have been far and between lately as I'm still in the process of getting my laptop fixed. I brought it to a laptop shop that told me everything would have to be wiped to fix it, so annoyingly, I have to backup everything. I have no idea how to do this, so it will be quite a while before I send it away to be mended. In this post I thought I'd show you my Inglot eyeshadow palettes. I've been using them quite a bit lately.
As you can see I have three in total, the round eyeshadow palette was my first purchase from the brand. The second shadow from the left I use occasionally as an all over the lid colour but not alot. The two other palettes have shades that I use pretty much all the time, I bet you can guess the shadow I love the most.Yes it's the brown sparkly shadow that I've hit pan on, I use this in the crease all the time and it blends so easily. You may have spotted it in one of my monthly favourites posts too. The palette containing this shadow is also my favourite palette out the three I own. All the shades are very wearable, I love the purples for nights out while the top shade (Pearl 397) is gorgeous all over the lid and a fantastic brow highlight.
Pearl 397, Pearl 452, D.S. 465, D.S.493, D.S. 491
Matte 378, Pearl 434, Pearl 420, Pearl 421, AMC Shine 12
Matte 390, Pearl 402, AMC Shine 37, AMC Shine 42, AMC 53
Another thing I love about the square palettes is the packaging. I can see whats inside each one if I was in a hurry looking for a particular shade. I wouldn't be scared of putting these in my bag either as they are magnetic and sturdy. The only thing they don't have is a mirror which isn't something that would put me off them at all. I know some people find it hard to take the shadows out of the square palettes, but I just use the magnet from the lid and they come off with no problems. I heard Inglot sell a magnet thing to remove the shadows, it's not really essential in my opinion.
I'm considering purchasing a new Inglot palette soon maybe a 10 pan one as they're so affordable and the qualities amazing. All their eyeshadows are so pigmented, I think they could give some MAC ones a run for their money. I do own a MAC eyeshadow palette but I'd be more inclined to purchase other one of these as they aren't as expensive and there quicker to fill. Size wise your getting a 2.7g eyeshadow with Inglot while MAC's are 1.5g. All three Inglot palette from what I can remember are around the €20 mark which is a bargain, don't you think? One thing about these shadows that is constantly mentioned are the names (numbers). Have you seen the amount of Inglot eyeshadows there is, like hundreds so it's understandable why they don't do names. Alot of the eyeshadows tend to look alike also so this is probably why they do numbers instead.
If your starting a makeup artist course or want your own eyeshadow palette, I'd certainly recommend investing in one of these. It's easy to choose eyeshadows you want on the counter as they are colour coordinated together which makes for much easier shopping, for me anyway.
What's your favourite products from Inglot? Have you tried their eyeshadows?