If you want high end quality eyeshadows , at affordable prices, Inglot is a MUST visit store. They have a wide range of shadows too choose from and you can choose which ones you can put into a pallete. In pallette form, you get each eyeshadow for Rs 300 (6$) each, and the pallette itself costs Rs 300 (6$). So you pay 1200 Rs for a pallette with three eyeshadows. For the kind of quality they provide, i think that good value for money.

Inglot eyeshadow

The pallete is a sturdy plastic case with a wide mirror all across the top of it. Very handy for travelling, it snaps shut efficiently and doesnt open up inside your bag. 

Inglot shadows come in the following finishes:Matte  (The name explains itself)
AMC (Dont understand this one!)
AMC Shine (Satiny finish with some shine in it)
Double sparkle (Extreme glitter)
Pearl (Shimmery but not glittery)

For my pallette, i chose a peachy coral with amc shine finish, a matte grey brown, and a black with gold glitter which is a double sparkle. The peachy colour is fantastic for all indian wear and formal events. The matte grey brown is great for the crease. Its grey with brown and purple undertones. Very very unique. And the black- its like the starry midnight sky. For a while i wondered what i would do with a black eyeshadow with so much glitter in it, but this works great as a glittery eyeliner, and also for a smokey eye with a difference.Unfortunately, Inglot doesnt have a name for their shadows, only numbers and i have no idea what the numbers on these are so cant share that with you guys.

Ill do a ‘Eye of the day’, and review  once i use them for a while, but as of now im loving the buttery textures and the minimal fallout they give.

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