Today I’m reviewing 2 beautiful pigments from Inglot. With the festive/party season in full swing, pigments are a great addition to everyone’s makeup bag as they instantly add glamour to any look! Inglot’s AMC Pure Pigment Eye shadow range has a fairly good variety of shades with plenty of warm metallic shades to choose from. I own shade #50 which is a stunning pink-gold duochrome and #83 which is a very festive gold-green duochrome.
Price : Rs 1000
Inglot AMC Pure Pigment Eye shadow : Review
The pigments come in a clear jar packaging with a black, screw on lid. These are not very fluffy, powdery pigments so a sifter isn’t really needed with these and hence the packaging doesn’t come with one. The pigment texture varies slightly across colors as you can tell from the pictures below. #50 is a bit more aggregated while #83 is a little finer. But irrespective of the textural variation, these apply and adhere very well to the eye lids. You can use them dry or use a damp brush (or Inglot Duraline for a long stay finish) to apply these. The colors are very rich and saturated and you don’t get patchy, uneven color when you apply or blend these. They stay best when used with a mixing medium like Duraline or with a damp brush but even in dry state, they stay for a good 7 hours or so before the first signs of creasing. To sum up, the quality is excellent and I’d highly recommend Inglot pigments to anyone looking to add a few to their kit!
Tip : Pigments can be slightly tricky to work with. The best way to use them is to take out a tiny amount on the lid of the jar, use a flat brush or finger and pat the pigment on the eyes. I like to use them over eye shadows to get a little more depth and dimension. This kind of layering also helps enhance the wear time!
I’ve used pigment #5o in the look below –
You can see pigment #50 in action in the following video –
You can see pigment #83 in action in the following video –
Have you tried Inglot AMC Pure Pigment eye shadows?
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