Inglot AMC Pure Pigment Eye Shadow

Wednesday, November 5, 2014

Good afternoon!

Over the weekend, I picked up my first Inglot AMC Pure Pigment Eye Shadow. At $14 per pot (2 grams), this actually makes them more expensive than MAC Pigments (at $21 for 4.5 grams) but as I have yet to finish even one sample of a MAC Pigment, I didn't mind splitting this shade with a friend.

I picked #35, a chunky cool gold in a base that looks pastel purple or dusty indigo depending on the angle. Hardcore nail polish collectors - remember Sally Hansen Opulent Cloud? Or Orly Oui? This is like a chunky eye shadow version of those polishes.

Left to right: bare skin, primer and Fyrinnae Pixie Epoxy. 

I would not suggest even attempting to use this loose product without a sticky base. Even with Fyrinnae Pixie Epoxy, #35 tends to skip yet also clump during application. Instead of sweeping or patting motions, I highly recommend applying it with a fluffy brush and gently tapping it on. 

Even though the application of the product itself is less than ideal, I think the color makes up for it. I can't think of a single other pigment (or pressed shadow) that looks quite like this.

I'm also wearing:
Brows: Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow Duo in Granite
Face: Graftobian Hi Def Glamour Creme (concealer), Koh Gen Do Aqua Foundation, NARS Douceur
Eyes: LORAC Behind The Scenes Eye Primer, NARS Daphne, Inglot #77 Eyeliner Gel, Lancome Definicils Mascara
Lips: Kat Von D Celebutard

I definitely want more of these Inglot Pigments now. There were so many duochrome shades that remind me of polishes that I have, I can barely suppress this Pokemon-like instinct to collect them all.

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