After going through the dilemma of ‘to order or not to order’ from one of the online sites, I finally gave up the idea and went to the Inglot store last weekend to pick up some eyeshadow refills. I am in love with Inglot as a brand, and love their eyeshadow refills for the texture, color selection, and price.
I picked up shades 402 that Parita had reviewed earlier and the shade that I am going to review today is a pearl eyeshadow in the shade 419. Although, I have mostly posted articles on vibrant and popping eye looks, I am very fond of neutral shades. So, let’s see how this one fared.
Pearl eyeshadows from Inglot are uber smooth, velvety, with a lovely sheen to them. They are extremely easy to apply evenly and are buttery smooth that helps in blending easily.
The shade that I picked up was pearl 419, which is a dirty khaki green sort of color. It’s a lovely neutral shade for an overall lid color and looks fabulous in creating those necessary creases to add a little bit of mystery and mystique to your eyes.
Personally, I don’t use it with the usual black outer-V that most people do. I love to pair it with a darker green shadow in the crease and outer-V with a little bit of black.
I think this color would look very good on skin tones below NC 40-42, otherwise it may not show up adequately. Also, definitely use an eyeshadow base beneath this shade to bring out the color and sheen better on your lids.
With a primer, this stays on my lids easily for 6-7 hours. It doesn’t budge/crease at all and does not fade on my oily lids.
Here’s my EOTD with this eyeshadow:
I have used:
• UDDP primer potion.
• Inglot 419 pearl eyeshadow as an overall lid color – just patted it all over the lids.
• Urban Decay 24/7 eye pencil in a green shade in the outer V and lashline and smudged it.
• NYX single eyshadow in Black – just a tiny bit in the outer V and blended it.
• MAC Smolder in my waterline.
• Volume Million Lashes Mascara.
• MAC 217 and 219 brushes.
I absolutely can’t think of any con for this one and I am totally in love with it. Bought it last week, and I have already used it 3-4 times. It’s a superbly pigmented, versatile neutral shade that you can simply put all over your lids for a neutral day look, or pair with black or dark brown or even bright green for creating a smashing smoky eye. Go pick it up!
I am so encouraged by your comments on my EOTDs that every time I wear some eye makeup, I feel like sharing it with you guys. So a BIIIIIIIIIIIG thank you to everyone!
Looking forward to your comments on this EOTD 🙂
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