I don't know if you guys follow me on Twitter (if you don't here's the link, I love chatting with my readers). But if you do you would've seen that I was super ecstatic about getting my new Inglot Eyeshadow Pallete.
If you haven't heard of Inglot yet let me fill you in.
It is a make-up company that was originally set in Poland and they have just recently came to the states. They have stores scattered through the big cities here in the US like NY, LA, Chicago. They also just opened a US online shop. That's where I ended up getting mine.
It is high end make-up, like MAC, but cheaper and you get more and there is more color selection! What can be better than that? But don't get me wrong, it still is a pretty penny, but worth it if you plan on using their make-up for a long time. The refills are only 5 bucks!
Well Drew got it for me for my Christmas present, yes Christmas, I have no patience. I know. But oh well, I love it. Shout out to my main man. ;)
Anyway, onto the review.
Okay, so I ordered the 20 eyeshadow pallete with 20 eyeshadow squares. The total was I believe $131? Yes, that is a lot, but it is definitely worth it if you are going to use it all the time. Like I am.
The pallette is magnetic, which is really cool. You have to kind of slide it open, you can't really just take it off like normal. The magnets are super strong.
And there is what it looks like before you put the shadows in.
The shadows are also magnetic so they just fall in when you put them in the pallete. Also, if you want to get them out you can't just pull them out. They are stuck there. But I found that if you take the magnet on the corner of the lid and put it on the corner of the eyeshadow you want to take out it pulls out really easily. Just a little fun fact for ya. ;)
SO PRETTY. I decided to get the colors that I would wear a lot. So i didn't get really colorful. I just got earthy tones with some pretty blues. :) It's so pretty. Seriously.
Here is a swatch of the first row.
There you have it! It's a great make-up brand so make sure to check them out. I definitely recommend them before MAC. They have great make-up and you get so much more.
Here's the website.
Also, when they send it to you you get a free sample of foundation! Yes! ;)