Inglot AMC Pure Pigment Eye Shadow 120

Tuesday, July 3, 2018

Inglot is one of the brands that was so hot just a few years ago, but really faded in online popularity after that. Recently a collaboration with J.Lo has put Inglot back in the limelight, I'm glad because many of their products really are just excellent. I'd like to lump in Inglot AMC Pure Pigment in 120 to that list of stellar products which I purchased up when I stopped at the London Inglot store.  It's duochrome-y goodness in a pot. 

The texture of this kind of pigment is chunky in a sheer base. The flecks are large and irregular. 

Left to right: over black, over Fyrinnae Pixie Epoxy and over primer. 

This color has a warm purple-y/rusty brown base with a fuchsia to blue shift. 

Here I've worn it over matte brown shadow. 120 looks icy blue here. 

The particles need some sort of eye shadow adhesive (pigment primer, glitter glue, Pixie Epoxy, what have you) and look wonderfully reflective over a variety of colors; blue, black, purple, brown. On its own this product is fussy and the particles get everywhere, I wouldn't recommend it without at least Inglot Duraline to stick it to your skin.

Each pigment is $18 in the US from Beautylish, and there's 2 grams of product in each jar.

Have you purchased anything from Inglot lately? Did you see the J.Lo collaboration shades?

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