Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Inglot Freedom System: My Eyeshadow Palette!

I recently mentioned the cosmetics company Inglot in a few of my videos, and got a lot of requests to do a blog post showcasing my Inglot palettes! If you haven't heard of Inglot, it is a Polish cosmetics company that has just started gaining popularity in the United States. I believe there are currently only 6 Inglot stores in the U.S., but thankfully Inglot has an online store to make their products a bit more accessible.


Inglot is most famous for what is called their "Freedom System". They offer you the ability to custom build your own palette with a variety of different products, in a variety of different sizes. Shown in this post is a 10 piece eyeshadow palette. I purchased this in the Times Square store while in NYC last month, and I was able to go around, pick out colors from the display, then give them to the Inglot artist to custom build a palette with those colors for me.

As you can see, the magnetic lid comes off completely.
Row 1: 395, 390, 461, 460, 423

Row 2: AMC 25, 407, 360, 459, 420

Palettes come in a variety of different sizes, and can include a mixture of eyeshadows, blushes, and face powders. I also picked up a 4 piece blush palette, which I will be doing a post on later this week. Inglot offers a wide variety of colors to choose from, and considering how pigmented and smooth the texture of their powders is, the cost is definitely on the lower side. This 10 piece eyeshadow palette cost $50. Each eyeshadow has 2.5 grams of product (MAC eyeshadows have 1.5). This comes out to less than $5 per eyeshadow (considering the palette costs some), and you are getting just as good of quality, and more product than more expensive companies such as MAC.

Row 1: 395, 390, 461, 460, 423
Row 2: AMC 25, 407, 360, 459, 420

These are definitely the softest eyeshadows I have ever used. In the photo above, you can visibly see fingerprints on a few of the shadows... this is because they are so soft, even the slightest touch leaves a print. The result? Buttery, pigmented, easy to blend product. And now for swatches!

Row 1: 395, 390, 461, 460, 423
Row 2: AMC 25, 407, 360, 459, 420

Have you tried any Inglot products? What do you think?
xx, Allison

13 comments:

  1. ooooh, i want!! nice selection of colours, shame i'm broke ;[

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  2. Would love to give this company a go! Great post :)
    Much love,
    Lauran
    xxx

    www.lamourlauran.blogspot.com

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  3. I got mu 10 pan today and I can't get over how buttery they are!

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  4. I really want to try these but I'm allergic to some ingredients would you be able to tell me what ingredients these eyeshadows have please???

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  5. Those look lovely! I looked on their website, and it's just really overwhelming to sort through the large selection of colors!

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  6. I came across an Inglot store here the other day in Australia. I had seen u talking about it on youtube and had to go in and check it out! Since i didnt have any money i didnt make any purchases but they have so many colours to choose from its great! I think i prefer them to Mac just from testing them too. They also had a huge selection of nail polish colours as well which i fell in love with also. I hope maybe one day when i go back to the store i will have money and be able to make a purchase. :)

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  7. These look sooo beautiful!! I wish I had this palette!!
    The colors look very stunning on u :)

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  8. I'm from Poland and Inglot is one of the things that I am proud of that are Polish. They have amazing eyeshadows, lip glosses and other products that are decent-priced compared to other brands in Poland (for example MAC eyeshadow is 8 times more expensive than Inglot one, isn't that ridiculous?)
    I already have a review of one of their face brushes (but not so positive) on my blog, and you're more than welcome to step by :) more is coming!

    http://polishyourbeauty.blogspot.com/

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  9. You have selected really pretty colours :)

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  10. Very nice and warm colors specially the brows and the darker shades...I love to do the smokey eyes with this palette.

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  11. How much can I expect to splurge on a palette like yours including the cost of the actual palette itself? I really want to try some of their products.

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  12. They are just gorgeous. I like the colors you put in this palette, they look awesome together.

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