January 17, 2012

Inglot Eyeshadows - Neutrals

This is part 2 of the Inglot swatching project, begun here. This palette contains the more neutral-toned browns and lighter shades. As always, these are done on clean, bare skin, no primer.

These eyeshadows can be purchased from Beautylish.

Inglot Eyeshadows - Neutrals
In indirect light.

Inglot Eyeshadows - Neutrals
With flash.

Inglot Eyeshadows - Neutrals


Inglot Eyeshadows - Neutrals
In indirect light.
pearl 395, shine 8, pearl 422, pearl 402, matte 360

Inglot Eyeshadows - Neutrals
In direct sunlight.
A couple of lovely highlight shades, and some medium tones for adding depth. I really love the taupe-ish shade as an all-over, easy wash.

Inglot Eyeshadows - Neutrals
In indirect light.
matte 327, amc 52, shine 31, matte 337, matte 350

Inglot Eyeshadows - Neutrals
In indirect light, different angle.

Inglot Eyeshadows - Neutrals
In direct sunlight.

The matte shades apply very, very opaquely. You actually have to be conservative with how much you pick up on your brush, or you are liable to get too much on. I know a couple of Inglot MUAs have said that it took some getting used to after having worked with other brands, as they tended to crush their brush right in there. They had to train themselves to use a lighter hand.

I have two more palettes of what I would consider "neutral" shades; one with richer, bronze tones, and the other with taupes and grays. Between those three, I feel like the neutral range is pretty well covered. (Not that this stops me from trying or buying every conceivable shade of taupe and bronze out there!)

What do you think?

6 comments:

  1. Thank you, Maggie! Very helpful!

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  2. i am beyond in love with the combination of colors you have created above. mind if i copy? :)

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    1. You mean the shades I chose for the palette? By all means! =)

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  3. Yes I agree with Betty Doll, this palette has some great shades in it! I was not expecting the gold sparkle from the second brown on the bottom.

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    1. It adds a nice little touch, doesn't it? It doesn't read particularly glittery on the lid, just catches the light in a subtle way.

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