I am a little late to discovering how great Inglot makeup is. While I was always aware of Inglot, my extra cash always headed into the Mac tills. Lately I have found myself tiring of Mac a little ( maybe because I have almost every eyeshadow) and branching out into other brands. When I saw the chance to take part in an Inglot makeup masterclass I jumped at the chance as I wanted to learn more about the products as well as finally learning how to get glitter to stay on my eyes.
Inglot regularly run makeup masterclasses in their different stores. They often post details of these classes on their Facebook page and all you have to do is book your place in the class. You do not need any makeup experience to go along to the classes and the best part about it is they are free.
Avril, the Inglot Mua, guided us through a step by step guide on how to achieve the perfect Christmas party glittery eye. I am an absolute fiend for glitter and I really loved this look that Avril created. Avril used a cranberry colour in the crease ( Inglot eyeshadow 74). A black colour in the outer v. A vanilla colour on the brow bone and to blend out the harsh edges of the other colours. Next up was eyeliner. She used a gel liner and made it easier to use using duraline. Finally she used glitter ( Inglot 59). Avril put some duraline on the lid and gently placed the glitter on top. The result was stunning.
On the night we received 10% off everything. I mean how could I not buy a few items.
Inglot Freedom system
Firstly you buy an empty palette. These come with 5 or 10 slots. The palette itself is €6 no matter what size you buy. This is an absolute bargain considering an empty Mac palette costs €18
Next up comes your chance to pick your eyeshadows. An Inglot makeup artist will help you pick out the different eyeshadows to fill up your palette. You can play around with different combinations and they will even show you how to create different looks with the eyeshadows. Each eyeshadow is €6 . You don’t have to buy all 5 at once, you can buy 1 and decide to fill up your palette over time. I just couldn’t resist filling the palette.
Nurse Fancy PantsNovember 22, 2013 at 3:33 pm
Love Inglot too, must pick myself up some duraline, such a great product! x