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January 17, 2016

R E V I E W | INGLOT (Freedom System)


So I have another makeup review for you guys today and it's a palette that I got from INGLOT. Inlgot is new to my makeup collection. I heard about Inglot about two or three years ago but never got the chance to try it. So when the sales was going on during the Christmas period, I decided it was the best time to give it a go.

I bought 5 single eyeshadows mostly greens and blues because I'm loving the bright colours recently. Each colour was on sale for £2.50 which is half the price they normally go for. If you're not familiar with Inlgot, they sell all their eyeshadows as single shadows but they do this thing called a Freedom System. It's basically an empty palette and you can fill them up with your own selection of shadows. Which I think is terrific!

I have lots of single shadows like the freedom system and I have to admit INGLOT palette is the best one out there. The magnetic strip on this bad boy is super strong. Unlike the Z-palettes or the M.A.C single/duo palettes, the eyeshadows do not move. 
 
From Left To Right: 370 MATTE | 384 MATTE | 316 MATTE | 315 MATTE | 388 MATTE
I've broken a few of my Makeupgeek shadows by storing them in my M.A.C single/duo Pro Palettes so trust me when I say this is the best palette system out there. And for a company that makes such highly pigmented, great quality product, I'm so sad that it's so underrated. Inglot definitely deserves a lot more hype than it's currently getting.

The Freedom System Palette 10 Eyeshadow Square cost £12, each Freedom System Eyeshadow cost £2.50 (on sale) and shipping was £5. So in total I paid £29.50 for the entire palette. Pretty decent bargain if you ask me. I just checked on the site and these colours are still on sale. Grab yours quick before their SOLD OUT!

Enjoy the rest of your Sunday.

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