Inglot Green and Brown Look

This is my first makeup look using Inglot eye shadows. The eye shadows are very smooth to apply and really easy to blend. This green color is absolutely gorgeous and vivid — and best of all, it stays just as pigmented at the end of the day (with the help of some eye primer, of course)! When I first saw this shimmery green eye shadow in the pan (as well as the other eye shadows I got with shimmery finish), it looked almost too shimmery. However, when I applied it on my lids, the finish looked matte with just a hint of sparkle — perfect for those who want subtle shimmer during the daytime… or anytime for that matter!

– MAC Paint Pot in “Soft Ochre” (entire lid)
– Inglot E/S D.S. in “477” (lid, just below crease) — D.S. stands for Double Sparkle
– Inglot AMC E/S in “52” (outer V; blend along entire crease) — AMC stands for Advanced Makeup Components
– Inglot E/S Matte in “351” (highlight)
– Bobbi Brown Long-Wear Gel Eyeliner in “Black Ink” (upper lash line)
– MAC Eye Kohl in “Smolder” (lower waterline)
– Maybelline The Falsies Volum’Express Waterproof Mascara in “Very Black” (two coats on top lashes only)

– Benefit Bronzing Powder in “Hoola” (contour)
– MAC Sheertone Blush in “Peaches” (apples)

– MAC L/S in “Vegas Volt”

Also, in case you’re wondering, Inglot does not test on animals and their products are paraben free. :)


LilyNovember 17th, 2010 at 10:37 am

What a fresh look! I love how you line your waterline.
We used to have an inglot close by but they closed down, yes, it was a sad day for me.

WyceeNovember 23rd, 2010 at 2:37 pm

Thanks Lily! I’m really enjoying the Inglot stuff I’ve tried so far… but now I want more! :\

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