I am so excited to share this look that I created with my new palette (pics at the bottom of this post). This will be an EOTD and a review of the palette itself.
This is my first time using the palette and I didn't really have a particular look in mind, I just felt like trying out the brown and the red together, it ended up being a colourful double liner look.
All the pics are taken with my iPhone guys because my DSLR is still broken.
Creating this look was super easy. This is what I used:
- Eyelid primer: MUA Eye primer
- Lid: INGLOT Red matte eyeshadow
- Crease: INGLOT brown matte eyeshadow
- Eyebrow: INGLOT beige/nude matte eyeshadow
- Tear Duct & Bottom Liner: INGLOT Bright yellow matte eyeshadow
- Waterline: NYC White eyeliner
- Tightline and lower lash line: MUA Black eye liner
- Catliner flicks and upper lash line: Maybelline Gel Liner
- Eyebrows: Rimmel Eye Pencil
- Mascara: Natural Collection from Boots
If you are ever interested in me doing a tutorial on a look, please let me know :) x
Back to the palette. I got this from the INGLOT store in the shopping centre Westfield (in Shepherd's Bush, London). It was cheap for good quality shades with this palette of five for, I think it was £23 which is a bit over £4 per shadow but then you get the palette as well. The shadows are magnetic and you have to put them in yourself when you've bought them.
I understand now why I've read so many people complaining about how INGLOT chose to name their shadows. They are all named by number and they do NOT state the colour of the shade. Which means even though I saved the packaging for this post, it's practically impossible for me to know which shade number is which.
However, these are the names of the shades I got:
|| INGLOT Eyeshadow Matte 342, INGLOT Eyeshadow Matte 323, INGLOT Eyeshadow Matte 366, INGLOT Eyeshadow Matte 372, INGLOT Eyeshadow Matte 328 ||
The colours are so bright and pigmented. My colour choices might seem random but I was dying for some professional quality mattes- both natural shades and bright shades.
Result: I looove the colour payoff. I suppose there is a bit of fall out when using these shadows, but not to the point it's a problem. As you might guess I did not wear this look out but I am guessing they are pretty long lasting.
Availability: The only INGLOT store I know of is the one at Westfield Shopping Centre. For me that is extremely convenient since it's close to me, but I don't think there are many other stores in London (correct me if I'm wrong)- so I wouldn't say this is readily available.
Price: As I said before, for roughly £4/shadow+ a magnetic palette which, I must say it's a good price even for a bargain hunter like me :)
Do you like my look?
Have you tried or reviewed INGLOT palettes, if so- send me the link :)
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