This is my first blush from Inglot. I am progressing taking my baby steps in the world of blushes to a toddler 😛 I have a peachy blush from Tips and Toes and was looking for a decent pink blush for day wear with less or no shimmers. Inglot Blush Refill #27 was my pick. I got the refill for Rs. 350 (3.5 grams) from an online store.
There is no information about the description or the ingredients. Well, I’m not worried about it. I just know Inglot stuff is paraben free. The refill comes in a rectangular packing with a plastic cover case. I do not own a palette. So, I handle it with utmost care.
The shade is actually a pretty pink, not the fuchsia type of pink, but a subtle pink for everyday wear. I was skeptical about picking this shade, me being dusky, had a doubt if this would go well on my skin, but I loved it the moment I applied it on.
Please bear with my no makeup face and the swatch. It was done in a hurry. My son was after me crying and asking for the pan to play with.
It’s a perfect day wear blush and looks matte. Though there is a bit of shimmer seen on the pan, it doesn’t show up on the skin when blended. The texture is smooth powdery, not coarse, and easy to blend. I use my fingers to blend and its all fine. However, I should invest in a good blush brush.
Pigmentation is just amazing. A single swipe is enough for beautiful pink cheeks. Please look at this picture of my son (with his flawless skin). Its just one swipe that I had to give on his cheeks. He pestered me so much to dab it on his face. I had to do it and click a picture to calm him.
The blush stays good for 6-7 hours when applied with proper makeup.
Now, summing up my likes and dislikes for this product:
What I Like about Inglot Freedom System Blush #27:
- Beautiful pink shade for day wear.
- Subtle shade with no shimmers, its a matte type blush.
- Amazing pigmentation and staying power.
- Cost effective.
- Does not contain parabens.
- Cruelty free.
- Smooth textured powder.
- Easy to carry around.
What I Do Not Like about Inglot Freedom System Blush #27:
- Nothing as such.
Do I Recommend Inglot Freedom System Blush #27?
Final Verdict on Inglot Freedom System Blush #27:
The original pot costs around Rs. 700, whereas these refills are budget friendly with amazing quantity and quality. If you are looking for a daywear pink blush that’s matte and comes at a reasonable price, then this is a must have. I’m so much loving this and going to buy more refills of other shades. Soon, I may need the palette 😛
Take care girls 🙂
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