This is the first time I am going to be reviewing a product on IMBB. I have been following this blog for over a year-and-half and I must say, I am quite addicted to it. I go through this blog every single day without fail! :dance:
The product I am reviewing today is the Inglot Freedom System blush #30 that I bought an online shopping website a while ago. I have had this blush for a couple of months now. I use it almost daily and this is one of my favourite blushes for various reasons that I will list out below. This is how the blush looks.
The above pictures have been taken in natural light.
Rs. 350 for 6.5 gms (although the site mentions 7 gms).
Not mentioned on the pan or on the site, although I have heard that they are paraben free.
The colour is a prominently matte peachy colour with pink undertones. I have wheatish complexion with yellow undertones and on my cheeks, it comes out as a beautiful peachy pink shade. If applied with a light hand, it looks like I have naturally flushed cheeks and I am very happy with that fact! 😀
Photo taken in artificial light (you can see the amount of fallout on the pan!)
The blush in freedom system comes as a blush pan in a sturdy plastic case that has a cute lock mechanism. One can remove the pan from the plastic casing and store it in an empty palette, but I actually glued my pan to the case with Feviquick since I was worried about dropping the pan (I am super clumsy!) 😀
Swatches in natural light (please don’t mind the 5-day-old streaky nail paint casting its shadow on my nails. I am a lazy lady! 😛 )
This blush is very pigmented. A single swipe of the brush over the blush is enough to impart a deep colour on the cheek.
The texture is smooth and soft with finely milled powder. There is some fallout from the pan during each application resulting in powder particles all over the case after each swipe of the brush.
Swatch on the forearm (indoor with flash)
Blending is not as good as I want it to be, there is uneven deposition of colour on the cheeks, the maximum being on the spot where the brush has touched the cheek initially.
I have a weird skin. It is very sensitive and usually dry, but during summers, it becomes slightly oily. On my skin, this blush lasts for around 7 to 8 hours maximum, although it starts to fade evenly after 4 or 5 hours.
Summing up the pros and cons:
Pros of Inglot Freedom System Blush #30:
- Very pigmented.
- Beautiful peachy pink colour that would suit almost everybody.
- Decent staying power.
- Soft and smooth texture.
- Paraben free.
- Reasonable price.
- Great quantity at an affordable price
- Would last a long time as a single swipe of the brush is enough for both the cheeks.
Cons of Inglot Freedom System Blush #30:
- There is some fallout from the pan during each application.
- Blending is a little uneven and bothersome.
4 out of 5.
Would I Buy Inglot Freedom System Blush #30 Again?
I doubt, this pan is going to last me for a long time!
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