By Umaimah Zaffar
So this is my first ever review on IMBB. I’ve been a silent reader so far, but not anymore. I have always been interested in makeup and leading a healthy lifestyle. Thanks to IMBB, I have also turned into a huge hoarder So for today, I have taken this eyeshadow out of my pitaara. Let’s see if it’s a hit or a miss!
Eye shadow that contains special silicones and treated pigments. It boasts high lubricity and a silky touch combined with easy, smooth, long lasting, and crease resistant application.
The unique Freedom System allows you to mix and match products and colors to make your own custom designed palette of almost any size. All INGLOT Freedom System products come in eco-friendly reusable palettes.
Price and Quantity:
$ 10 for 3.2g
My Experience with Inglot Freedom System Eyeshadow – #151:
This is a silver-toned, glitter eyeshadow. It is highly pigmented, with the perfect amount of shimmer in it. It feels absolutely soft and velvety upon touching it. It’s a gorgeous shade that can be especially used for festive occasions. This single shade comes with a decent sized mirror and a sponge tipped applicator. I am not a fan of the applicator, and you don’t really need it since the color glides on smoothly by simply using your fingers. The packaging is sturdy and great for travels.The square pane can be removed from the case since it is magnetically attached. However, if you do it using the superpower of your nails, be assured that your finger will slip, some product will scrape and you will yell because of your stupidity . I have used this for smoky eye looks with black eyeshadow, and it looks absolutely wonderful. Since it is highly pigmented, they key is to use it moderately. The eyeshadow tends to lean towards a metallic, almost whitish color, which makes it difficult to be worn by its own though.It isn’t a versatile color that would look fine with all the shiny outfits. I really like to use it to highlight the inner corners of my eyes or even apply it on the lower lash line.It lasted for over 8 hours when I used it with my Urban Decay eyeshadow primer. However, on plain eyelids, it tends to crease and move around. As a last note, I like the eyshadow and I see it making trips with me to weddings or grand parties.
Pros of Inglot Freedom System Eyeshadow- #151:
- Great pigment, shimmer and color.
- High quality.
- No fallout.
- Cruelty free.
- Sturdy case, extremely travel friendly.
Cons of Inglot Freedom System Eyeshadow- #151:
- Won’t last too long without a primer.
- Can be hard to pull off, if used on its own.
- The case needs to be bought separately to store the shadow.
Would I Buy or Recommend Inglot Freedom System Eyeshadow – #151?
I won’t buy this very soon since this will last me for a really long time. However, I am going to recommend this to all those gals who have parties to attend .
Thanks for reading guys! I’d be happy to receive your feedback! Until the next review.