If you haven’t noticed yet, I buy a lot of makeup. Shocker? Not even. I buy so much makeup that sometimes I forget what I have and things never get used. I recently purged my makeup collection of items that I no longer wanted, had expired, or just didn’t need. In the process I rediscovered the Inglot Pure Pigment Eyeshadows I purchased at The Makeup Show Chicago and Macy’s. These pigments pack such a punch!
Inglot says these are:
Highly concentrated loose colored powder that ranges from subtle to ultra-intense effects depending on application. The product contains sponge gourd oil and almost 90% pure pigment. Can be mixed with DURALINE to create liquid forms of all pigment colors.
When I found these in my stash I remembered why I loved them. The pigmentation is off the meter. 82 and 86 did have a lot of fall out and I had to swatch them with a brush that I sprayed some Fix+ on because they just would not cooperate. That’s why the Inglot reps really suggest using the Duraline, if you have another mixing medium I’m sure that would work also.
264 is a metallic coppery red. It’s not shimmery/glittery but it looks wet and shiny when applied. It gave me the least trouble when swatching and I used it in a makeup look later that day. 82 is pink toned rose gold and I love it but it requires some TLC to apply. This is one of the shades that needs a damp brush to work with. 86 is also a gold toned pigment but it leans into two shades depending on the light, lilac and a light burgundy. This is definitely a shade that will play off of the skin tone it’s on and the other shades that surround it.
The pigments are super soft and very finely milled so they lay well on the lids. I’m even thinking 82 can be a beautiful highlight as well. They have a ton of shades to choose from in the pigmented eyeshadow collection so I’ll be checking for some deeper tones in the fall and winter.
Have you tried anything from Inglot? What did you think? Let’s chat in the comments below!