Inglot freedom system Rainbow eyeshadows: My collection and mini review!
Back in the day when I started doing makeup, for me makeup was only coloured eyeshadows and a bright coloured lipstick. It was later that I found that a good base is the most important part of achieving a natural and flawless makeup look.
Now I love my foundations, but my love for coloured eyes have not ended. I love everything that is coloured and what can be better than an eyeshadow pan with 3 different shades of the same colour!
I am talking about Inglot’s freedom system rainbow eyeshadows. It is a concept that as far as I know is done by Inglot only. In these shadows, you get a pan with 3 layers of different shades of the same colour, and Inglot have 35 of them (which means a total of 105 different shades).
Out of the 35 shades I have 9 of them. The shades I have are: 102, 103, 105, 108, 109, 114, 119, 124, and 130. Unfortunately, all the products in Inglot are identified with numbers, none of them have any names.
Tough I do have many more eyeshadow pans from Inglot, the one’s I’ll be sharing in this post are the rainbow pans.
Product Quantity: 2.5 g/0.09 US OZ* or 2.8 g/0.10 US OZ*. Weight of the product depends on the colour.
Price: Each pan is sold for $9 or INR 600
Availability: These days Inglot have opened many stores across India, so availability is not a problem, but for those who does not have an Inglot store nearby can get these rainbow pans from Majorbrands.com. Inglot is also available on Nykaa, but these rainbow eyeshadows are not available on Nykaa.
Three tones of the same shade of eye shadow provided in one. The eye shadow contains special silicones, treated pigments, and unique spherical powder. 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 colours to make your own custom designed palette of almost any size. All Freedom System palettes are eco-friendly and reusable. Products may be purchased with the palettes or individually.
Let’s see what all the colours look like:
What I feel about the rainbow pans:
I love the fact that these pans have 3 different shades, which actually means that I have much more colour options in smaller space. All the 3 colours in the pans have similar consistency and great pigmentation. These blend well with each other and can easily be used with shadows of other brands too. The best part about these is that they come in a pan form which might be difficult to store for some, but personally for me is great as I can carry them with me in a z-palette without them having occupied much space. Some of the colours from the 35 pans are matte while some others are shimmery. If a pan is shimmery, then all the 3 shades are shimmery and the same is true from the matte pans.
Detailed review about each one of them would soon be coming up on the blog!
These pans have been in the market since many years and I got my hands on them around an year back. I have used some of the colours much more than some others. Have you tried these rainbow eyeshadow pans from Inglot? Which one is your favourite?
I have stored these eyeshadow pans in z-palettes which can be found online on Amazon.com