My New Inglot Eyeshadow Palette

As you saw in my Amsterdam shoplog, I bought a new Inglot eyeshadow palette. I already have one 5 eyeshadow palette which I purchased in September. Having loved this palette so much, I knew I wanted more. I don’t have that many bright colors of eyeshadow and since brights and pastels are in style for the next couple of seasons I thought I’d make that part of my palette. Just like last time, the service was great and I went home a very satisfied customer. This is the palette I bought:

As you can see I went with a 10 pan square eyeshadow palette that features mostly matte shades. There’s one sparkly sea foam green color, a shiny lavender and a shiny white/ silvery highlight. All other colors are matte and bright. In the top let you can see the color I selected to be my main crease color. I already knew I wanted mostly matte shades which is exactly why I went to Inglot. Their matte shades are amazing: very creamy, not chalky and with great pigmentation. My goal was to go home with a complete palette that would nicely tie in with the one I already have. Click here to see the other palette. Let’s have a look at a close up of the colors.

Matte 239 & AMC Shine 32

The first two colors from the top left corner: a matte cool gray tone and a sparkly sea foam green color. The gray will function mostly as a crease color. The sparkly color goes nicely with the other green color in the palette.

Matte 345 & Matte 361

These colors are where it gets fun! A minty sea foam green color which is completely matte and a bright coral color, also matte. Seeing these colors just makes me happy instantly!

Matte 388 & Pearl 429

These bottom left corner colors are both different shades of lavender. Matte 388 is a very bright lavender which is a bright blue with a purple undertone. Pearl 429 is a shimmery color that is a perfect pastel lavender. These two shades complement each other nicely.

Matte 379 & Matte 334

These shades are both more purple and also complement each other. I would call Matte 379 a true lavender. This is the exact color of the flowers! The purple color is more like a dark lilac. I originally wanted a pastel lilac color instead of the purple, but they had run out. Fortunately for me, this color works better in the palette than the pastel lilac one I originally selected. I can always mix in some white if I want to make it an actual pastel.

Matte 364 & Pearl 453

The two lightest shades in the palette: a soft yellow color and a shiny silvery white highlight.

I already mentioned the pigmentation being great, but you will of course only believe me when you see for yourself. So here are some swatches:

Matte 239 AMC Shine 32, Matte 345, Matte 361, Matte 364

Matte 388, Pearl 429, Matte 379, Matte 334, Pearl 453

As you can see the pigmentation is fantastic. You can clearly see how creamy these shadows are: they slide onto your skin like butter. Especially soft yellow tones are difficult to get opaque enough, but just look at how good that came out! Between this new palette and my old one I will be able to create many looks. As the palettes are very durable and sturdy they are also perfect for taking with you on the go. All I know is that with this palette I am ready for spring.

Do you have anything by Inglot? What do you think of these colors?

17 responses to “My New Inglot Eyeshadow Palette”

  1. Nothing by Inglot, though I do like what I see from them.

    Really like the soft yellow colour, it’s not a colour you see very often – especially in matte.

    • Matte colors are hard to find to begin with and usually, especially when it’s lighter or brighter colors, they look very chalky. That’s why I love Inglot!

  2. […] Eyes: Inglot palette colors Matte 239 (crease), AMC Shine 32 (outer V, lower lash line), Matte 345 (eye lid, inner corner lower lash line), Pearl 453 (inner corner highlight). The Body Shop matte white eyeshadow on brow bone. Bobby Brown Shimmer Ink gel eyeliner in Ivy. I also used NYX Jumbo Pencil in white as a base to make the color pop a bit more. […]

  3. […] To keep the look fresh and simple, I didn’t use a liquid or gel liner to define my upper lash line. It takes away quickly from the color on my eyelids and I wanted that bright of color to still be visible. I already said that I made this look using an Inglot palette. It features 10 colors and I put it together more than 2 years ago. You can have a more close up look at the palette by reading this blog post. […]

  4. […] For the second one I went with a very different color selection. This is one of my favorite palettes to use come spring time. As you can see I really like my mattes, which is what this palette is focused on. There is a shimmery white highlight and a matte grey crease color, which serve as the basics. Then the bottom row is lined with lilac/ lavender/ violet shades which actually are my favorites, especially that shimmery cornflower blue shade. Up top are two greens, a coral and the most stunning matte yellow I have ever seen. There is only one shade in here that I would like to swop, which is the shimmering green, because it’s the one I reach for the least. I reviewed this as well when I first got it. […]

  5. […] This isn’t my only Inglot palette. I also have a smaller one, but I’d decided I wanted a larger palette and one with lighter pastel colors for spring. My favorites here have to be the purple, all three lavender shades, as well as the mint green. You can find a full review including swatches, by clicking here. […]

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