Wednesday, 14 October 2015
I'll keep this review short and sweet. So, my cousin was the first person to introduce me to the Inglot brand a few years ago. As she was a die hard MAC makeup lover, I figured Inglot had to be worth trying as she sang its praises, especially for offering great shades for darker skin.
The first product I tried from the brand was their AMC Pressed Powder. It was a silky, flawless, lightweight, gorgeouse finnish. Only problem was, i'd pickt up a darker shade than my actual tone. Oh well, what i did learn was that for powders, you can go up a shade.
Olympia Beauty Exhibition 2015
Inglot had a stand at the exhibition and all their products where 30% discount. I picket up two items. AMC Cream foundation in colour DW 300, which is a light mahogany (there are two tones darker than this one) and their Sleek Cream lipgloss shade 94 (which has a lovely vanilla scent).
The foundation is one of the best I have used. I have particularly dry skin and have found some foundations, however good, end up feeling dry on my skin. this one firstly does not feel like you are wearing anything, and secondly feels like its hydrating the skin. It gives a dewy finnish that would not be suitable for those with oily skin and gives a medium coverage. A great pic and a bargain at £13. Lipgloss was £7