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I confess I am addicted to … Inglot

I have to confess I am a late bloomer, regarding Inglot. I have heard of course about them, that they have an amazing quality in all their products, especially eye shadows, eye liners and lipsticks – that they are pigmented, resistant and gorgeous. And still I avoided the Inglot shop … maybe it was my wallet which was very afraid of getting empty … Anyway one day I saw on Facebook they had a sale, it was a lovely sunny day so I decided to pay them a visit at their Baneasa shop. I live in Militari, sector 6 Bucharest , the shop is quite far away … so I  have to be really motivated to go that far …
  
As soon as I entered the shop I felt like entering a magic kingdom … of beauty and colour. It was amazing, so many things from make-up to nail polish, tools and many others. Bliss! Anyway I swatched some eye shadows, pigments, blushes … I knew from that moment on that I was already addicted … So I left with a few products that I will show you today after testing them for a few months or so (I have paid them another visit and bought some matte eye shadows, I will tell you about them in another post, after testing them for a little longer). But first a little about Inglot.
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Founded over 30 years ago in a small town of Przemyśl, INGLOT
Cosmetics is now one of the world’s leading manufacturers in colour
cosmetics. INGLOT currently has a presence at all major beauty
happenings and events around the globe, from the runways of Fashion Week
to the stages and sets of TV and Broadway musicals.

The international expansion began in 2006 with the opening of the
first franchise store in Montreal, Canada. Fast growth and development
of the company soon resulted in becoming available in nearly 70
countries on six continents. At the moment INGLOT can be found at about
500 boutique stores, stands and retail locations internationally in most
prestigious places, such as Times Square and Chelsea Market in NYC, The
Dubai Mall, Westfield London, Plaza Carso in Mexico City, Dundas Square
in Toronto and many others. INGLOT salons are also located at popular
department stores including Macy’s in USA, Sears in Mexico, Edgars in
South Africa, Sogo in Malaysia and Falabella in Chile. 

INGLOT succeeded in combining the latest scientific technology with
intense and vibrant colours. Every product consists of high-quality
ingredients and is being sold at fair prices. All INGLOT cosmetics are
produced within the European union and 95% of them are manufactured in
INGLOT’s own state of the art facilities.

A wide range of colours and an impressive variety of products is
something that makes INGLOT stand out of the crowd. The range consists
of over 1,500 colours with over 450 ways to improve your lips, 600 ways
to enhance your eyes, and over 300 ways to portray your face, while the
extremely rich collection of nail polishes consists of up to 400 shades.

The jewels in INGLOT’s crown are its famous Freedom System, which gives
the freedom to assemble custom designed palettes to meet any beauty
needs, and the revolutionary O2M Breathable Nail Enamel that ensures
oxygen and water vapor permeability. O2M Nail Enamel was created
specifically for health reasons – not only is it fashionable and
good-looking, but also leads to healthier and therefore even more
beautiful nails. 

Moreover, INGLOT constantly cooperates with world-renowned makeup
artists and colour consultants to bring the latest colour, texture and
form to the market.       source: inglotcosmetics.com
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This is the entire shopping spree :

  One eyeshadow & blush palette.
  One blush in 50 matte.
  Four eye shadows in 502 grey, 605 brown copper, 314 matte orange peach and 30 champagne.
  Three eye pigments in 28, 64 and 68.

I’ll start with the eye shadows and blush. They are very pigmented, they have a minimal fall-out, they blend well and the most important thing, they last onto the skin (if you are wearing a base or primer they last even better).

502 in sunlight
in sunlight
the blush in sunlight

605 in sunlight
314 in sunlight
30 in sunlight

You can see moving swatches below:

I have also bought three eye pigments in 28, 64 and 68.They are gorgeous! Very pigmented, you only need a very small amount and the result is wonderful. I think I will pass them on to my future daughter … They have a variety of colours and I had a very hard time choosing what pigment to buy.  
You can see them below.

in sunshine
in natural light

All the products can be found in all Inglot stores and on Inglot’s Facebook page. (You can order by  phone 0724464568 (0724INGLOT), in a private message on Inglot’s Facebook page and by mail at [email protected]).

   Freedom system :
   Eye shadows  – 26 ron/piece
   Blush – 24 ron/piece
   Eye pigment – 45 ron/piece

You can see make-up looks with the blush and eye shadows below:

All in all, I love Inglot! I still have many things to try, test and explore from them but from what I have tested so far we will have a long love story Inglot and I. They have very good quality products and the Freedon System which allows you to create and personalize your make-up is fantastic! Pay them a visit in the store and you won’t be dissapointed! It is an exciting universe full of beauty and colour to explore!
      
Tell me Have you tried Inglot products ? What are your favourites ?  Until next time,

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A dose of English :
A late bloomer is a person whose talents or capabilities are not
visible to others until later than usual. The term is used
metaphorically to describe a child or adolescent who develops slower
than others in their age group, but eventually catches up and in some
cases overtakes their peers, or an adult whose talent or genius in a
particular field only appears later in life than is normal – in some
cases only in old age.
addicted – to cause to be physiologically or psychologically dependent ; to occupy (oneself) with or involve (oneself) in something habitually
fall-out – to fall from the lid onto the base of the eye
                  

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