Every time i visited an Inglot counter i have become so overwhelmed by the choice of colors, textures and products that i have chickened out and left empty handed. Fortunately, my friend Stacy – Makeup Artist Extraordinaire – volunteered to bring me to the Jervis counter and advise me on the best choices for me. Don’t get me wrong, the MUA’s working there are absolutely lovely and amazing! Its just that having your friend beside you makes everything more enjoyable and fun.
For starters, i handpicked five shades for the Freedom Eyeshadow Palette with having autumn and winter in mind. Went for butter soft textures, shimmery metallics that mimic the changing colors of autumn leaves, so #21, #405, #433 and #154 were spot on. The quality is absolutely amazing! Outstanding pigments, one sweep and you have a decent color that will last all day. Beautiful for blending and mixing the shades between them. Try them and you wont be disappointed.
Stacy picked her favorite blush ever – the No 29 – a gorgeous, rich peach shade that flatters every skin tone. Matte finish, it looks equally good sheered out for natural look or build up on a tanned skin.
Was temped by their fake eyelashes too, so we went for No 70N – natural length, fluttery lashes for a touch of volume and glamor. They will be coming handy for this weekend’s shenanigans.
Their eyeliners and lip products are next to my never ending list, what do you recommend to get next? xo
Inglot Freedom Magnetic Palette €15, Inglot Eyeshadows €6 /each, Inglot Face Blush €15, Inglot Fake Eyelashes €10.