Inglot Rainbow shadows in a Pro Size Z Palette
Hey Guys & Dolls! I think the photos pretty much speak for themselves, but I’ll go ahead and say it anyway- THESE ROCK! wonderful color selection, color pay-off, realitvely inexpensive, and just all around great quality! Each shadow comes with a gradient of color (3 variations), with a matte or semi-matte texture. The colors run the spectrum of the rainbow (save for a true red, but I don’t mind). One of the things I love about these is the options for neutrals/natural colors- there are loads of options that at first glace seem redundant, but in practice, the nuances of the different undertones are really helpful. I dig these big time, and I’m thrilled to finally share them with you!
Inglot is a professional makeup line from Poland. They’ve been around for years, and are sold all over the globe, but have only come to the US in the last few years. If you wanted to put them in a category among other makeup brands I would say they are similar to Make Up For Ever and M.A.C – Pro quality, huge color/texture selection, full range of products, and they offer a discount to Pro Artists (though the Inglot Pro discount is only 20% whereas M.A.C and MUFE both offer 40% off).
But Inglot is also a whole other animal compared to M.A.C or MUFE, because Inglot’s products are far less expensive- one of these rainbow shadows contains 3 colors, 2.5g of product, and only costs $7 full price (before pro discount). That’s not to mention their “regular” eyeshadows are only $5 for the freedom system, and are truly incredible (I’ll do a post on a few “pearl” finish shadows I have in a day or two).
I LOVE INGLOT!!!!
It’s worth noting that I didn’t buy the Inglot palette for my rainbow shadows to live in. There’s a few reasons for that- I’m not sure what order I want them in, and the Inglot palettes have very strong magnets, so I thought putting them in a PRO Z Palette would be a great way to have freedom with them while I get the order sorted out. It’s also worth mentioning-that only 18 fit in a large size Z palette; in the pro size there is room for all 20 rainbow shadows plus room for 3 more Inglot shadows. I do want to get an Inglot palette for these eventually, I just can’t decide if I want to do a 20 pan palette for these or two 10 pan palettes. I already have a 10 pan of other colors from a year ago, and I like things to match, but a 20 pan seems like the best option for these…ok I’ll stop thinking out loud, er, typing my thoughts. I’m sure you’re all anxious to see swatches, so please, enjoy the swatchfest!
Price: $7 each Inglot Rainbow Shadow x 20= 140 Z Palette Pro Zebra $28 $168 total
Would I recommend this to a friend- YES YES YES! I’ve already show it multiple friends, my mom, my sister, my gramma etc… And now you!