I added to my Inglot collection again, filling up the second of my small Freedom System palettes. I have been toying with the idea of re-housing my shadows in the larger 10 or 20 pan palettes and saving these small 3 pans for travelling. (Plus having all of that space is an excuse to buy more eye shadow, right?) Anyhow, shall we have a look at what I went for?
First up is shade 397 - A Pearl finish, peachy/champagne shadow that I've read is a potential dupe for MAC All That Glitters. As with all Pearl finish Inglot shadows, 397 has a shimmery, satin finish, minus any noticeable glitter particles. This eye shadow has been on my list for a while. The last time I visited the Inglot shop in Helsinki, I had tried to pick this up but it was out of stock - I can see why. It's one of those shades that I imagine suits pretty much everyone.
The other shade is my first Matte finish Inglot shadow, (all the others pictured in my palettes are Pearl finishes) - shade 363 is a taupe/brown. Despite being a matte shade, there isn't a chalky feel to the shadow at all. It's beautifully soft and applies like a dream.
As with all of the Inglot eye shadows I've tried so far, the quality is outstanding. I have to admit, I actually think these reign supreme over MAC eye shadows - There, I said it. The formulas are easy to work with, blendable and smooth. Pigmentation, longevity, all full marks. I really do love these eye shadows and if you have never tried Inglot, I seriously urge you to give them a go.
You can check out my other Inglot Freedom System posts, (and swatches) here, here and here. Leave your thoughts below and let me know what you think of my latest shade choices.