Review & Swatch | Inglot "Fall In Love" Collection Eyeshadow

Thursday, January 01, 2015


Recently, I was invited to the Inglot Singapore launch of the new Fall in Love collection. Inglot has released 5 new shades of eyeshadows, nail polishes and AMC gel liners in line with Fall!

Sadly, in Singapore, we do not have the 4 seasons and it hurts. Bad. I really do love fall makeup and fashion! Regardless, the newly launched range of eyeshadows are colours right up my alley.


The new shade names are:
Rose Mist (160)
Silver Blues (159)
Fine Pine(158)
Fields of Gold (157)
Golden Brown (156)


As with all the other Inglot eyeshadows I've tried, these shadows are superb in texture and pigmentation. To me, the texture and pigmentation of Inglot shadows are really comparable to that of Lorac! Soft, creamy and buttery - feels like heaven when you swatch it (I swear!). The colour of the shadows on the lid is almost exact to that in the pan with just one application so that gives you an idea of how awesome the pigmentation is! The only one which I felt wasn't as pigmented as the rest was shade 158 - required a little more work to get the colour to the intensity that I wanted! Overall, I really enjoyed shades 160 (shimmery taupish purple) and 157 (true gold with hints of copper) as they make lovely lid shades. These colours are really gorgeous and versatile considering you have a mixture of cool and warm toned shades.

I wore these shades for a whole day out of about 9 hours (with Urban Decay's Primer Potion underneath) and they lasted with minimal fading! The shimmer was still really visible at the end of the day!


However, whenever I think of fall, I think of rustic shades and plums, burgundies and cranberry shades! I wished Inglot had brought in some of those shades instead as warm shades are my life. I need them. 

These eyeshadows retail for SGD$12/USD$7 per pan (but you get 3.2g of product. That is A LOT of product and incredibly worth it in my opinion.For your comparison, each shadow in the Urban Decay Naked palettes are 1.3g and NARS single eyeshadows are 2.2g each. These Inglot ones will probably last you a lifetime if you aren't a makeup artist!) 

These shadows are sold in the pan and you have the option of purchasing the freedom system palette to place them in. These shadows do also stick to Z palettes/magnetic palettes easily without any metal stickers (score!), so that is another option!

Rating: 4/5

Here are some looks using these Inglot shadows:

Shade 156 in the crease
Shade 159 in the inner and outer thirds of the lid
Shade 157 in the centre of the lid

Shade 160 on the lid! 

Hope the review and swatches helped you in some way!
These shadows were gifted to me but in no way affected the review.

Thanks for dropping by! Xo.




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