My Inglot Freedom System
The packaging is sleek, simple and sophisticated. The closure is magnetic and strong, which makes it great for travel. I also like that the palette comes in different variations and sizes. It sort of reminds me of art supplies for some reason.
Here are all the eye shadow swatches at first glance. Initially, I wanted to pick up bright and unique colors, but I was so attracted to their neutrals. I was helped by the sweetest sales associate ever! She was very familiar with Urban Decay, so I asked her to help me pick out less typical neutrals that weren’t duplicates of any of the Naked and Naked 2 palettes. I also asked for her recommendations and personal favorites for brown eyes. I didn’t pick up a highlight color, those are my least favorite and I have plenty in my collection (I dare you to recommend one that will floor me!).
Inglot M 326
M 326 is a matte rich brown with plum undertones, it’s a wonderful color to darken up the crease or to use along the lash line.
Inglot P 423
P 423 has a pearl finish. It reminds me of MAC Sable, but it has a deeper plum undertone. This color is great all over the lid or for the crease.
Inglot M 360
M360 is a matte, grayish taupe brown. This shadow is perfect for blending shades between the crease and the brow bone highlight. It also works great to deepen the crease in more subtle looks.
P402 is a pearl taupe shade. It is often considered a dupe for MAC Satin Taupe, I find that P402 has a slightly more cool tone. I find the texture to be much smoother than Satin Taupe. This swatch doesn’t do it justice.
Inglot S 31
S31 has a shimmer finish, it is a peachy-pink with a gold sheen. I think this would make an all over lid color on those days where I feel like wearing no makeup, but I’m still wearing makeup – you know what I’m sayin’?
Neutral look with Inglot eye shadows
In the pictures above, I’m wearing M326, M360, P402, and S31. For a highlight, I’m just wearing my Rimmel Stay Matte pressed powder in Silky Beige.
The one vice about Inglot is their naming system for the colors. I love how they include a code for the finish, but I’m never going to remember the colors by number. Names are much easier to remember. I can’t imagine prying one of these shadows out of the palette to check code numbers, I would be afraid to damage the shadow in the process. Luckily, I wrote this post! I’ll be using this as a reference when I go pick up more eye shadows.
Have you ever tried the Inglot Freedom System? What did you try, their shadows, blushes…? I’d love to hear your thoughts and recommendations. I’m really looking forward to making more purchases in the future.
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