This post continues my first post on Inglot nude matte eyeshadows with three more: 373, a matte white, 359, a matte light pink, and 349, a matte taupe brown. I paired these shades for this post because they could be used as a face contouring (highlight, blush, and contour) trio for fair skin if you wanted to multi-task. Similarly, these three shades can be paired together as an eye look to add depth and shading.
- Rectangular pans (can fit 5 across in a Z palette 4U/medium)
- Pans are magnetized
- 2.3 grams / .08 oz of product per pan (for comparison, a MAC eyeshadow pan contains 1.5g)
- $7 per pan
- I buy mine on Beautylish because of the palette builder feature on their website, can also be purchased on the Inglot website
- 373 - matte flat white, pigmented but can be chalky
- 359 - matte light cool pink, based on what I saw online, I didn't expect this shade to be so pink or cool toned
- 349 - matte taupe brown, swatches darker than in the pan, is darker and more pigmented than contouring powders like NYX Taupe
As always, swatched on bare unprimed skin.
Overall, Inglot shadows are hit and miss for me. On one hand, I appreciate the price, tremendous shade range, and pigmentation. However, I find the texture to be a little lacking and find some of the matte shades to be problematic or chalky on dry or uneven textured lids (373) or having some blending issues (349). I wish I had seen more swatches of 359 before I purchased, because it wasn't what I expected. I recommend Inglot eyeshadows for beginners, students on a budget, and anyone looking for a specific color, but highly encourage researching each shade or swatching in store before buying online.
If you want to see my full Inglot eyeshadow collection, check out my Inglot eyeshadow roundup. Happy shopping!