Swatched: Inglot Blushes 66 and 63

2 years ago

Hi everyone! Here are some swatches of a couple Inglot blushes I purchased a long time ago. I found that they were pretty similar to a blush I already owned so I ended up returned/exchanging them.

I was introduced to this brand through Temptalia when she did eyeshadow swatches for her blog. What is great about these eyeshadows is they are sold in pans to be used in their Freedom System, which is a system of palettes so you can create your own palettes based on what you want. The eyeshadow singles are only $7 for about 3 grams! (A MAC eyeshadow in pan form is 1.5g for $10) They have a ton of shadows and finishes and I`ve been happy with most of the eyeshadow I have purchased.

The blushes were a new product I tried when I visited a local Macy`s and while I like them, they were similar in shade to many blushes already in my collection so many of them were returned/exchanged. At $11 for 6g, these are a great deal! MAC blush pans are $17 for 6g.

Here are swatches of two shades: 66 and 63. All of the products in the line use numbers instead of names, which can get really hard to remember after a while.

Both of these shades are bright pink-red blushes, and super pigmented! Definitely use a light hand and a fluffy brush when applying these otherwise you`ll look like a clown. The blush these are compared to is the Rock & Republic Contrived Blush in `X-Rated` which is a discontinued product. Since these shades are so similar to `X-Rated,` and I hardly use that shade as it is, there was no point in keeping both of these so I returned them.

66 is an bright strawberry pink while 63 is a raspberry shade and a more intense version of R&R`s `X-Rated.`

Thanks for reading! Have you ever tried Inglot cosmetics before?

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