Mammoth Inglot Eyeshadow Review and Swatches
I love Inglot, and have been using them in my kit for quite some time now. They have been increasing in popularity recently due to great press from some very influential beauty bloggers.
The main problem with Inglot is that it can be a little difficult to purchase! There are only 2 Inglot stores in N.S.W, one in Chatswood and one at Bondi Junction. There is no facility to order Inglot online, and their online swatches are a little dodgy. However, you can call the retail outlets, and they will ship their lovely products out to you. I have ordered this way from the Bondi Junction store before, and the products came very securely packed and arrived completely undamaged.
Inglot eyeshadows are creamy in texture and very pigmented. As a general rule, the colour they are in the pan is the same colour they are on your eyes. I own 40 Inglot eyeshadows, and have been working hard to swatch them all for you! I hope this is helpful to those of you who do not have access to an actual Inglot store.
Inglot shadows are sold as part of their freedom system. This means that you purchase an empty palette, and select the colours you want. It is a great way to get a completely customised, personalised palette!
My apologies that the colour names are quite small, you will be able to see them more clearly in the swatches. This is an Inglot 30 palette. I am not 100% sure if these are still available, however they are an incredible bargain at $160. That works out to $5.33 per eyeshadow, a bargain by any standards!
The eyeshadows shown are from left to right, working form the top row to the bottom row.
These pictures were all taken in natural light, supplemented by a halogen ceiling light, and taken without flash. They all look very true to their real life colours.
This is a 10 pan palette and retails in Australia for $85.00. This means that each shadow costs $8.50 which is still very reasonable for shadows of this quality.
I use this 10 pan palette more for contour and highlight work than anything else, and can especially recommend AMC Shine 46 as a wonderful highlighter for my NW15 skin (you can see it provides no colour against my skin, just a gorgeous shimmer).
I hope this has been helpful to anyone looking to purchase some Inglot shadows!
All products mentioned in this post were purchased by me. I have no affiliation with Inglot and have not been remunerated for this review. All opinions are my own.