Olive smoky eye with Inglot eye shadows

This afternoon I decided to try the metallic olive eye shadow in a simple single colour smokey eye. I used the metallic green across the lids and used MAC copperplate to blend into the crease, and MAC Carbon to darken the outer 3rd.This is what it looked like…. 
(yes, I am aware I have a lump under my right lid. It is a chalazion, not a tumour so don’t worry)

…. until I looked at the palette again and decided to kill two birds with one stone (blogwise) by adding the medium cool gray matte (the upper right corner of the palette photo above) in the crease and outer V. The shadows blended easily and IMO work quite well together.

Again, the Inglot shadows lasted without creasing or fading all afternoon and night (although this time I did use my UDPP). The grey matte shadow is very soft so make sure that you tap the excess off before applying because you will end up with far more product than you were expecting.

 I am very impressed with Inglot eye shadows from what I have seen, and I think the primary difference between these and higher brand shadows is in the marketing.

Posted by on Dec 29th, 2010 in FOTD, Inglot, Reviews | 2comments

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