Hello beautiful people ! I am so not happy about this weather ! Its too hot and I can’t handle ! Its difficult to function properly when my makeup melts within minutes. It takes so long to get ready and after 30 minutes all I have on my face is that waterproof liner. Cumon !
Today I’m going to review Inglot Freedom System Matte Eyeshadow in 366 (Price : India – 350, USA – $7.00 each for 2.7 gms ). This eyeshdaow has been in my stash forever. I haven’t used it much because the color isn’t something I would normally reach for, but since orange is in trend this spring / summer, I decided to dust this off and really give it a chance.
Inglot Freedom System Matte Eyeshadows are available in variety of beautiful pigmented colors. Inglot eyeshadows have shelf life of 3 years and the quality is as good as MAC eyeshadows. In fact you can find many MAC eyeshadow dupes in Inglot !!! that’s why reading beauty blogs is a must before shopping these days girls.
How I Wear it ?
I love using it in my crease since it gives a lovely natural looking orangey look. I use a fluffy blending brush and it blends really well. The matte shade looks great when paired with gold or other shimmery eyeshadows but it looks most beautiful with champagne eyeshadow. You can also use this on outer V of your eyes along with green or champagne eyeshadow.
About Shade / Color –
Deep coral orange color with Matte Finish is a perfect description of this eyeshadow. I love the fact that the more I layer this color the more intense it gets. I use it as a crease shade because it works well as a natural looking crease colour or as a transition shade. Gives me a refined look when used into the crease – perfect for a day time, work-appropriate look.
Texture / Formula –
The softness and the buttery texture allow the eyeshadow to apply smoothly and evenly; there is absolutely no patchiness .
It has everything one could want in a matte eyeshadow – smooth, velvety, luxuriously pigmented, with not even a trace of chalkiness. Like many other Inglot shadows, 366 is a bit “powdery,” but just enough to make it easy to work with, and I’ve not had trouble with “fall-out” under my eyes.
The eyeshadow is highly pigmented – one light dip of my 217 brush into the pan is more than enough. Just a single swipe gives me a pretty orange color. The color gets intense with layering.
Staying Power :
Like the other Inglot shadows, Matte 366 stays well over my very oily lids. It may fade a tiny bit eventually, but only after 5 hours. With primer it stays on my lids for 9 hours and without a primer it stays on my lids for 5 to 6 hours.
What I Like ? 🙂
- Beautiful coral orange shade
- Amazing staying power
- Paraben and cruelty free
- Buttery texture
- Easy to work with
- Will Look great on all skin tones.
- Highly pigmented
- Can be worn during day and night time
What I Didn’t Like ?
Pigmentation : 5/5 Texture : 5/5 Finish : 5/5 Packaging : 4/5
Overall Rating : 5/5
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Have you tried Inglot Eyeshadows ? Which is your favourite ?
Also thanks a ton to our lovely reader Lisa Brown who commented on my Facebook page. She wanted to know which eyeshadow I was wearing.
I’m wearing snobby from The Balm NudeTude palette on my lids and Inglot Matte 366 in my crease.
Disclaimer: All products mentioned in this post were purchased with my own money. I am not being sponsored/compensated/paid to write this review and all opinions are absolutely my own.
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