Friday, April 27, 2012

Inglot Freedom System 20 Eye Shadow Palette #1 Swatches


Hi guys,

As promised, here is the first installment of my Inglot eye shadow palettes. I discovered Inglot back in December 2010 while I was visiting my family for the holidays. It was love at first sight! I was blown away by the color selection, quality, texture and finishes of their eye shadows. I had never seen anything like the Freedom System and I thought it was sheer brilliance!


Inglot's Freedom System allows you to custom build your own face, eyes and lips palette. Offering a variety of color selects and endless amounts of fun :)

Inglot's Freedom System offers a variety of eye shadow finishes: AMC, Pearl, Matte, Shine and DS (double shine).

 From left to right: S06, P430, P403, S27, AMC60.

S06: A shimmery tarnish gold.

P430: A light frosty copper gold.

P403: A frosty yellow gold.

S27: A shimmery light gold.

AMC60: A matte canary yellow with tiny fleck of yellow that disappear once applied, a reoccurring trend with most AMC and some DS eye shadows, the flecks just disappear.

 From left to right: DS474, S45, S26, AMC61, DS483.

DS474: A semi-matte medium daffodil yellow with tiny flecks of yellow. 

S45: A shimmery pale pastel yellow with a gold sheen.

S26: Although S26 and S45 look similar swatched, S26 is a pale yellow gold and warmer in tone.

AMC61: A semi-matte soot black with tiny flecks of blue. Where are these flecks of blue?? their hiding :)

DS483: A matte deep navy blue with blue flecks. 

 From left to right: P428, M388, AMC67, DS482, AMC68.

P428: A black based frost deep marine blue.

M388: A matte deep periwinkle blue.

AMC67: A matte dark purplish navy with flecks of silver. The flecks disappear once applied on the lid. 

DS482: A semi-matte dark indigo blue with flecks of blue. Unlike AMC67, these flecks are more apparent on the lid.

AMC68: A matte deep cornflower blue with silver flecks that also disappear.

 From left to right: DS480, P426, P415, S13, S28.

DS480: A matte true blue with flecks of pink, blue and silver that also disappear on the lid.

P426: A frosty Azure blue. 

P415: A medium tone teal blue frost.

S13: A shimmery pale seafoam blue with silver flecks.

S28: A shimmery pale baby blue with a lavender sheen and tiny blue flecks.


Inglot eyeshadows are one of the most pigmented, smoothest and easy to blend Shadows that I've worked with! Also, their extensive color selection is a shadow utopia for anyone who loves eye shadow. The Inglot Freedom System Eye Shadow Squares are priced at $5.00 each and the Freedom System Palettes range from $6.00- 35.00.

Here's the link to one of five of my Inglot Freedom System Blush palettes:
http://solonelyingorgeous.blogspot.jp/2012/02/blog-post_16.html

Have you tried any Inglot products?

Looking gorgeous one lipstick at a time.

11 comments:

  1. Great colours and all soo worth the money :) great system they have :) Great blog now following :)
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    1. Even though they went up in price, they're still sooooo worth the money! Love the system as well. Thank you for joining :)

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  2. wow what a beautiful palette, I've heard so much about inglot from some of the peope i'm subscribed to on youtube, but I've never had the chance to try out their products

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    1. Thank you sweets, and you need to try these out! So worth the price and the color selection is incredible :D

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  3. do you get to choose the colors or are they already set for you in the palette?

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    1. Hi RB Mitchell!

      You get to pick your own colors!! It's such a fantastic system :)

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  4. such fabulous colors! i have not tried, but would love to!

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    1. What are you waiting for Yuli!!! Love you!!!

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    part 2?

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