Inglot Eyeshadows - Blues and Blacks

Part three of my Inglot swatching series - part 1 (yellow to greens) is here, and part 2 (neutral browns) is here. This part focuses on my palette contained aquas, blues and blacks. All swatches are on bare skin, no primer.

Indirect natural light.

Artificial light.



Top row: shine 17, shine 32, pearl 413, matte 338, pearl 426.

Indirect natural light.

Artificial light.

Direct sunlight.
The first three shades of the top row are the sheerest, but are lovely all the same. The matte teal is absolutely stunning, and probably my favorite out of all of them, though the cerulean blue pearl at the far right is a close contender.

Bottom row: pearl 429, matte 332, ds 483, amc 61, amc 63.

Indirect natural light.
Artificial light.

Direct sunlight.
The darker bottom three shades have a particular texture - drier than the buttery smoothness I experience from the matte shades, and scattershot with sparkle. The application is not as smooth as the mattes tend to be, but I do like to use these to deepen and smoke out a crease.

The matte navy shade also has a drier than all the other mattes I've tried. It's a trifle more work to use, in that it both stains and sheers out really easily. It is, however, much easier to deal with than Nars Outremer, which is a similar shade with godawful pigmentation.

2 comments:

  1. Thank you, Maggie!

    Shel

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    1. You are very welcome, Shel! =)

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