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A few weeks ago in Westfields White City I made a completely unnecessary and spur of the moment purchase. I have wanted to get an Inglot palette for ages especially after seeing Julie and Lily rave about them but by no means do I need another eye shadow let alone 5 :P However, thing that got with Inglot eye shadows is that not only are they super pigmented, come in an array of colours and are pretty reasonably priced, the beauty of them is you can build you own palettes. In the store you pick up a magnetic board where you can choose and select different colours. There are loads of options too as to which palette to get, ranging from a single eye shadow palette all the way up to 40 eye shadow palette. Needless to say I couldn’t resist and I plunged in!
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I opted for the above 5 shadow palette which costs only £7 and you then fill this with your choice of individual shadows that cost a very reasonable £4.50. Considering how much MAC and Urban Decay customisable palettes cost, Inglot is a much cheaper alternative whilst the quality is just as good. What I wanted to get from my palette was an autumnal kit. I didn’t need any highlight colours or brights but instead I wanted to get some warm darker colours ready for the upcoming cooler seasons. I still kept with my new love for nude but added a bit of warmth and colour without looking too OTT. I also wanted to get a ready/brown colour to use in the crease or as an eyeliner.
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These are the colours I ended up picking. From left to right and top to bottom I got: Eye Shadow Pearl 452, Eye Shadow Pearl 422, Eye Shadow Pearl 42, Eye Shadow Double Sparkle 460, Eye Shadow Pearl 402. Not a matte in sight but hey it’s just what caught my eye on the day :P The 452 colour is the deep ready/brown colour that I was lusting after and I teamed that with a couple of dark golden and green browns and some lighter shimmery browns with a hint of purple in the double sparkle 460. I am so happy with this palette and have been able to create so many different looks from it. It is perfect for a warmer neutral look for work that can be vamped up for a night out. The lid of the palette is magnetic and all the eye shadows are removable if you want to take a couple out for travel or if you want to switch up the palette. Overall I am really impressed by the brand and the quality of the shadows especially for the price. And here is my complete palette – finger swatches and all!
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Have you tried anything from Inglot before? Would you be tempted to get one of their palettes?


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