As Bobbi Brown names concealer “The Secret of the Universe”, to me eye primer is the “Worlds Greatest Makeup Invention”.
Urban Decay’s Primer Potion (UDPP) is my absolute Holy Grail in makeup, but wait, don’t run to store to buy it just yet. I have a special bond with this product because when I started to get seriously interested in makeup back in 2010 I stumbled upon UDPP on so many blogs that I just had to try it for myself and it turned out to be the answer to my prayers. UDPP reminds me of that period :).
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Inglot, the Polish Beauty brand has opened her first Flagship Store in Amsterdam.
For those who don’t know Inglot:
“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 the 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 300 retail locations worldwide.”
They offer their own customizable system called Freedom System which allows you to combine the colors and products by your own choice.
One eyeshadow retails for 8,- Euros which compared to a single loose eyeshadow by MAC (12,-E) is very cheap. You get a lot more product for less money:
I used my Z-palette (an empty magnetized palette) to fill up with Inglot eyeshadow’s, they fit nicely don’t you think? I call it my ‘Rainbow Palette’.
Their palettes look like this:
This is a lipstick palette, the names of the colors from left to right are:
The nude and soft peachy color for the summer. The middle one would be nice on a bride and then the pink and purple for a more ‘hotter’ look.
The technical side of Inglot palettes:
–The lid has a little magnet in every corner.
To take out the pans you can just use the magnet of the lid, you will see that as you put it above the pan, it will pop out and adhere itself to the magnet.
Should you have more palettes like these you can just pile them up with or without the lid and they will stay together.
Last but not least they have very affordable good brushes too, the blending brush is quite big though and not so handy with small eyes. The eyeshadow brush I actually prefer to use as a lip brush.