“INGLOT Company was established over 25 years ago by Wojtek Inglot, a young chemist working at that time in R&D department in pharmaceutical company.
His principal objective was to produce high quality products at fair and reasonable prices, using only the best possible ingredients and raw materials from the most reputable suppliers.
Wojtek Inglot is still directly involved in the formulation and design process of all new Inglot products.
All Inglot cosmetics are produced within the European Union and 95% of them are manufactured in our own state of art production facilities.
We work with make-up artists and colour consultants to bring the latest trends in colour, texture and form to the market. We are constantly developing new products and have just launched the world’s first ever Breathable Nail Enamel ensuring better health care for nails whilst enhancing their beauty.
Our unique Freedom System allows customers to experiment with countless shades and colour combinations of different face products, giving them the opportunity to create their own customized colour palette.
We are present in 240 retail locations worldwide.”
Prepare for some heavy loads of photos because I own 50 Inglot eyeshadows, 4 blushes and 8 gel liners. This is going to be one very long post because after the swatches and review I will relay some Australian prices.
|Inglot Cosmetics Obsessed much?|
If you love MAC eyeshadows you’ll love Inglot eyeshadows. In terms of quality I find it very comparable and the pigmentation is absolutely great! All swatches you see are done without a base. It is on bare skin on my arm and they turned out fabulous. I was in heaven the first time I got my first freedom palette; I spent so much time swatching that I just had to keep going back for more. Luckily I don’t go to that shopping often anymore so I don’t have to walk pass Inglot and try to resist. The quality of it in particular wow-ed me and the first thing I thought was these are great like MAC. The texture is soft and smooth and it glides on to you like velvet. It is also very easy to build the colour intensity and blends very well.
|(L-R) E/S # 63-348-451-18-47|
|(L-R) E/S # 351-393-403-430-26|
|(L-R) E/S # 409-422-423-402-406|
|(L-R) E/S # 360-363-405-09-11|
|(L-R) E/S # 428-413-70-429-504|
|(L-R) E/S # 433-414-17-412-41|
|(L-R) E/S # 446-445-439-441-14|
|(L-R) E/S # 440-450-449-420-502|
|(L-R) E/S # 51-407-361-376-419|
They did have an alright range but I have to say I love MAC blushes more. I didn’t really find some of the colours too pretty and some of them were too similar to each other. The four I picked out are the ones I liked the most but in terms of quality and pigmentation they’re pretty good. You don’t need to overload on the product so be careful or you’ll have major pigmentation on your cheeks! The pink one is a bit too chalky in my opinion but they do give off a nice glow and they’re great for warming up your complexion.
|(L-R) Blush # 20-29-21-58|
I’m an avid fan of their gel liners, very creamy and smooth and easy to apply on and dries relatively fast. Most of all very good staying power and don’t budge very easily. In fact they’re quite difficult to remove so make sure you have a very good waterproof eye makeup remover. It comes in a great range of colour and the prices for them I thought were reasonable. I actually like Inglot gel liners way better than MAC or Bobbi brown. I also use them on my waterline and had not had any irritation from them so I guess it is pretty safe for that. Absolutely beautiful pigmentation and they make great bases for eyeshadows though you’ll probably have to take a little extra time removing at the end of the day.
|LOVE these Gel Liners!|
|Top (L-R) # 82-84-85-90|
Bottom (L-R) # 74-76-77-78
Freedom System Magnetic Palettes Australian Prices
Pressed Powder palette of 2 shades $45
Face Blush palette of 4 shades $60
Cream Concealer palette of 5 shades $48
Eyeshadow palette of 10 shades (Round) $82
Eyeshadow palette of 5 shades (Round) $48
Eyeshadow palette of 10 shades (Square) $85
Eyeshadow palette of 5 shades (Square) $50
Eyeshadow palette of 4 shades (Square) $40
Eyeshadow palette of 2 shades (Square) $28
Lipstick palette of 10 shades (Round) $82
Lipstick palette of 5 shades (Round) $48
Brow Powder palette of 5 shades (Round) $48
Brow Wax palette of 5 shades (Round) $48
Here are some location for those who lives in Australia
Westfield Tea Tree Plaza
Westfield West Lakes
Westfield North Lakes
Chadstone Shopping Centre
Highpoint Shopping Centre
Watergardens Town Centre
Garden City Shopping Centre
Karrinyup Shopping Centre
Westfield Bondi Junction
If you are interested in finding a store near your, please check out their website for locations. Their websites don’t have much pricing and what not so it is better to actually visit a store and pick up some price lists that they have available.
So have anyone else used Inglot Cosmetics before?
What do you guys think of them?
Any recommendations of must try products?