I was looking through my eye shadows today and realized I have never talked about Inglot shadows even though I use them almost every single day. I find that when I’m in Inglot it can be a bit overwhelming because its seems like theres a never ending amount of shadows making choosing so difficult, so I thought I would do a little run through of my all time favourite Inglot shadows 🙂
Inglot 366 looks very intimidating at first but when applied correctly it is so beautiful! It has just the right amount of pigment to dust on the eyes to add an extra pop. I would normally get a tiny bit of this on a blending brush and blend into the outer crease with a very light hand. I highly recommended this if you want to try something different!
Inglot shadow in the shade 55 is a beautiful rusty red with an intense satin finish! This stood out to me as its such a unique shade, you can achieve endless looks with it depending on where you apply it and how much product you use. If you love warm toned, cranberry eyes you should definitely give this a go!
335 is a matte, rusty orange shade. This is beautiful to add into the crease when doing an intense brown/black smokey eye, it warms up our eye look and gives it an extra twist. Its such a unique shade as it has the perfect amount of brown and orange tones.
As you see from the photo I use 337 on a daily basis. It is a matte, cool brown perfect transition colour on fair skin!
I usually go in with 257 after 337 to add more dimension! They are very similar shades but its just a tad darker 🙂
Inglot shadow in 327 is quite a neutral/cool toned, matte shadow. I feel like this is one of those colours that will never let you down, it could pretty much go with any eye look
Again, 329 is very similar to 327 with the only difference being that it is a couple of shades darker. I love this shade as it adds so much dimension to the eye and is perfect for the outer corner or to darken up your crease!
Last but most certainly not least is the shade 446, this is such an amazing shade, it is a satin purple! I love using this in my outer crease and below my lower lash line with one of the brown shades above!
Inglot uses a freedom system meaning you buy a magnetic empty palette of your choice and then create your own custom palettes. Each eye shadow is €6 each which I think it quite good for the quality and amount of product you get. I would highly reccommend trying them if you haven’t already 🙂
Inglot are cruelty free ♡♡