There’s been quite a few months since I got Inglot 68 Pure Pigment Eye Shadow but only recently I started to use it in my makeup looks so it was time for a review. This shade is actually the first one I tried from Inglot and even though I can’t say I’m loving it a lot I can’t deny its properties and pigmentation.
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Inglot 68 Pure Pigment Eye Shadow ($14.00/ £12.00/ 53.00 Lei for 2 g / 0.07 oz) is a light golden olive with a brown base and green undertones. It’s a rich and intense color, highly pigment and with a good color payoff. This kind of loose powder eyeshadow is a bit similar to MAC pigments only that the packaging is so much better, not to mention the price.
The color turns out to be more on the green side in the photos but you can see it on this makeup look where I used the shade #68 on my lid. I don’t like that Inglot doesn’t give names to its pigment shades so it will be a little bit hard to try to remember them by numbers. The packaging is amazing, I love it as it very easy to use and store. Inglot really did a great job on these little transparent jars with black cap, as you can see what color is inside and the lid opening is quite large making it very easy for the dipping the brush into it an picking up product. I’m saying the truth here, these are so much better than MAC’s.
The color is very intense and shimmery, it applies easily on the lid without any fallout and it’s easily blendable. I wore it even today for 7 hours and at the end of the day it still looked rich and pigmented without any signs of creasing. The great part about Inglot pigments is that you can use them in so many different ways from mixing them with a clear lipgloss to create your favorite lip color, or to apply them on the cheeks as a blush or even mixing them with a clear nail polish to create a custom color.
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Inglot 68 Pure Pigment Eye Shadow Swatches LEFT: without base – RIGHT: over Too Faced Shadow Insurance