Thursday, 31 May 2012

Inglot pigment eyeshadows # 47, # 71, # 49: review & swatches

My obsession with Inglot pigments has only just started with the purchase of # 47 during 50% off promotion "just to see if it's any good". It turned out that Inglot pigment eyeshadow is one of the best Inglot products out of their entire range and one of the best eyeshadows in general.
The finish in case of all three of these eyeshadows is pearl verging on metallic. The pigmentation is insane, the colour applies smoothly and evenly, producing surprisingly little fallout as for this kind of eyeshadow. They are easy to blend and with a tiny drop of  sealing liquid like Inglot Duraline they may be transformed into  beautiful, bright liners.  

# 47 is a gorgeous lilac purple which looks much darker in the jar than when applied. 

#71 is medium teal, brighter when applied than in the jar. A very unique shade in my humble opinion.

#49 is a typical gunmetal silver. Plenty of eyeshadows like this, however, this one seems to have a much more beautiful sheen than others. again, not as dark when applied as it appears in the pot.

Below you can see swatches applied on my arm with a single stroke of a brush. See how pigmented they are?
Inglot pigment  eyeshadows #49, #47, #71
I know for sure my collection of Inglot pigments is going to expand, though not so fast perhaps cause they're not as cheap as other products Inglot has to offer. On the other hand, they're less than half price of MAC pigments, which are excellent of course, but their permanent colour range is more limited and not as vibrant.

Disclaimer: I bought the product myself for my personal use and I am not affiliated with any company. I am not paid to do this review and everything I said here is my genuine opinion.


  1. Those are some lovely colors there.
    I especially love the blue.
    Gah why do all the pretty colors have to be so expensive xD

    1. You're right, the blue is really pretty and unique. I have it on today and actually it reads sort of mint green. Very vibrant.