Inglot is one of the brands I always wanted to try. A looong long time ago they had sales, so I decided it was time to pay them a visit. At first, I was very disappointed because almost everything was out of stock. So, I didn't buy anything on my first visit. The second time I went, I found almost everything I was looking for, except for palettes to put everything in. The only availiable palettes they had were the 20 eyeshadow ones (hmmm....). After contacting the company via facebook, they told me to visit another store (which is aproximately 1h and something away from where I live), and I did. I found some palettes there with no discount though ( the only store that had palettes in stock sold them at full price hmmmm x2 ). That was something really frustrating. That and the fact that the staff wasn't helpful at all. Furthermore, they didn't have any blush palettes, so my blush is still "naked" many months after I bought it. My experience wasn't what I expected it to be, but let's talk about the products now!!
First of all, I like the fact that the eyeshadows come in a square shape. They are really really pigmented, smooth and easy to work with. The palettes are magnetic, not at all convenient. Once you put the eyeshadow in it it's impossible to remove it, plus the magnets are so strong that I frequently hurt my fingers. Despite all that, I still believe that the quality of the product overcomes the packaging issues.
The colours I bought are :
- no 355, a matte nude colour (I love to use it on the brow bone).
- no 501, a light grey with silver shimmer.
- no 487, a cool toned pink with silver shimmer.
- no 68, a very pretty cornflower blue (it also has some silver shimmer)
- no 65, a bold black colour with silver shimmer. (it is very pretty when used as an eyeliner)
I will definitely go back for more. I think the eyeshadows and the blushes are good quality and I recommend them 100%. I would like to try some of their lipsticks too. If you have any recommendations, I would love to hear them!