Whenever I go to INGLOT I know I will spend serious money!
It's never the case of- well, I'll just take this one product and leave. Never!
Firstly because I do not like shopping centres. They are like hell to me. I do not like to mingle with people that have a lot of time to waste and go at 1 mile an hour so when I make the hard decision to venture to West London to go to Westfield it has to be worth it = big shop.
Secondly because I always want everything in that shop. It could be because it's only in Westfield and it's the "can't get that often" effect that makes me want it more.
Whatever the reason I bought a lot! Maybe the most used product is this freedom system palette.
I was nearly going to go for the 20 e/s one but it was too heavy and I would never leave home with that. Maybe it's good for freelancing but I have my make-up for ever palettes with all the eyeshadows I use for make-up on other people.
So, I just went for the regular 10 e/s! Just to add to my other 3 10-e/s palettes :)
I picked 7 with shimmery/satin finish and 3 with mat finish one of which is the rainbow type (3 e/s in one square).
rainbow e/s 107R, 376, 420, 402, 423
357, 404, 11, 09, 12
Rainbow e/s 107R
This is the perfect trio for crease work for blending and transition colour. They are also good alternative to brow powders!
It's a matte dark purple. It has some hints of blue and black. Perfect for deepening the crease or outer V
My favourite of the palette! It's like a purple version of Stain Taupe by Mac. It's a lilac with hints of silver and a bit of blue. I can change colours ever so slightly when you blend it. Love it.
It's a lighter version of Satin Taupe. I much prefer this e/s to Satin Taupe. It can be used on it's own, on the lid or to highlight.
It's a rich burgundy colour with a hint of gold shine.
This is the crease colour! Ideal for blending or for contouring the crease on lazy days
This is my second favourite colour on the palette. It'a an antique gold that can be used on it's own, on the lid or as highlight. Very unique.
This one is quite a regular e/s. You can probably find this kind of shade on any brand but it's super super soft and pigmented. This is mainly my highlighter on this palette.
This one is next on the favourites. It's an orangey copper that brings light and warmth to any look. It's like velvet in texture.
This one is the one I used the least of all these. It's a rich reddish brown. It doesn't suit me all the time. When blended I look like ill. Red undertones never compliment my complexion. I use it carefully and just to give a hint of colour rather than to predominate an entire look.
I absolutely love this e/s palette! I've been using it every day since I bought it. I tend to rotate my make-up every week but I just cannot resist it!