Product Review | Inglot AMC Pure Pigment in 35, 57 & 86 + Swatches

Thursday, March 17, 2016

I got my first one in a press bag and after spending a day playing in Inglot makeup (at Inglot Live) I pulled an Oliver Twist and went back to buy 2 more the very next day. Yes I'm an addict, no I don't need help LOL.







Inglot AMC Pure Pigment comes in a clear thick plastic jar with a black screw on cap. The jar is very sturdy but does not come with a sifter which scared me at first for obvious reasons. Loose pigments can be very messy especially without a sifter but this texture is heavier (almost creamy) than usual  and that helps keep the mess and fallout to a minimum. Although if it tips over...





Inglot Pure Pigments are very pigmented. They have an almost creamy texture to them which sets them apart from your usual loose eyeshadow. Most loose pigments are more loose and powdery. I like this difference (funny because I wasn't sure I would). I think the texture makes the pigments less messy to use and minimizes fall out.

They come in a wide range of shades varying from shimmery to metallic finishes. I bought 2 shades that jumped at me because they were unique and simply beautiful; #86 & #57 and I was given #35 for review.






I got mine from Inglot Nigeria at The Palms Mall for about N4000 their prices vary from N2950-N6500.





Inglot has been in Nigeria for a while now so you can get these at their store at the Palms. Inglot is also available online and in store in the US and UK. Please CLICK HERE for more info.

#57 Deep emerald green.
Top to Bottom: Alone then applied over of a similar coloured base
Top to Bottom: Applied over a black base, then over a white base

#86 First time I saw this I called it a pot of Christmas. It's a gorgeous bronze shade with red reflects to it
Top to Bottom: Alone then applied over of a similar coloured base
Top to Bottom: Applied over a black base, then over a white base

#35 Lilac with gold reflects. LOVE!
Top to Bottom: Alone then applied over of a similar coloured base
Top to Bottom: Applied over a black base, then over a white base






I'm really happy with these and have no regrets. They are a bit pricey though, especially if you compare the price and products quantity to some other brands. Still I think they are worth it. They are very pigmented, a little goes a long way and they have some really unique the shades like the 2 I purchased #HappyCustomer.

Have you tried these?



xoxo
Stella 

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