Wednesday, 13 August 2014

Inglot Eyeshadows - Are They Worth The Hype?

It's times like this that I feel like I have been living under a rock because I find such a revolutionary product late. Inglot eyeshadows came into my life at IMATS where I patiently awaited the flock of make-up fanatics to gradually ease so I could try out some of their products. Their cult gel eyeliner is one that is raved about endlessly but I found myself unable to move from the eyeshadow segment and was swatching like I'd never seen a shadow before. I absolutely love the little palette this came with and the magnetic clasps enable everything to be secure and is a strong, protective barrier to prevent any shattering. The shadows themselves are incredibly pigmented, soft, buttery and blend like every make-up artists dream. Some vary from a buildable coverage and others requiring the most tiny amount for a massively opaque colour. The shade range was beyond my wildest dreams and there was so much to choose from that I had a difficult task restricting myself to a 5 piece palette. 

There are just two downfalls to this product but are ones that I can certainly ignore for such amazing quality products at such a good price. One is that the shadows are well and truly jammed into the palette and there is no way of getting them out without the risk of breaking the shadow. The second is that there is no way of identifying the shadow once it is in the palette as they are just numbers and have no name. I'm a sucker for beautiful packaging and cute product names so this is just me probably being super picky. However, I did try to note the numbers on the back with permanent marker but even then - it has already started to fade. 

The centre colour that you see in the image is my favourite and is the spitting image of NARS' Orgasm. I actually double it up as a blush and the pretty dusty pink with rose gold flecks of shimmer is my idea of heaven. I love that it's multi functional and works just as wonderful for both purposes. Every one that I selected is a shimmer finish as they are my weakness and the tones I selected varied from a rich plum, deep wine, sugary pink, champagne cream and a copper brown. All are absolutely be-a-utiful and I have taken this pretty much everywhere I have been this summer - I'm just obsessed!

- Rupinder xo


  1. Oooh they sound lovely from your review. I've heard quite a bit their eyeshadows and people do seem to love them! I will have to pop them on the wishlist!

  2. I love the fact that you can choose all the colours so it will be something that you really wear, the formulas sound so lovely too!
    Maddy, xo // UNSTITCHEDD