Back in Poland I went a little crazy on the Inglot products. I bought eyeshadows, brow products, a sculpting powder and also a few blushes. Today I’m going to review two of the blushes I got back then. I’ve been wearing them a lot lately and I felt like I knew enough about them in order to write a proper review. So if you’re interested in finding out more about these blushes, make sure you continue reading!
The Inglot Freedom System products come in these magnetic packagings. Well, they don’t literally come in them, you have to purchase them, but when you do this is what you get. The packaging has a matte glass lid covered in the logo of the brand and the bottom part is black. The packaging feels quite heavy and therefore it feels like it’s high quality and I like that about it. It’s simple but classic.
The palette I bought is made for either 2 powders (that come in these long pans) or 4 smaller pans or a combination of both of course. I decided to fill it with two blushes because I really wanted to try some of the Inglot blushes.
The Inglot blushes come in a wide variety of different colours. I decided I wanted one lighter and more everyday shade and one darker plummy shade. I ended up going for a peachy shade which is colour number 123 and the more plummy dusty rose shade is colour number 128.
The Inglot AMC blushes are free of talc and contain Vitamin E which makes them easy to apply and create a healthy glow on the skin. The blushes claim to be highly pigmented and have a soft texture. They also claim that these blushes can survive rain and transpiration.
Let’s dive into the colours. First off let’s discuss the peachy shade, number 123. This is a very soft and natural pinky peach shade. It’s soft and therefore perfect for everyday. It’s a colour that will brighten up your complexion in a very natural way and it will give you that natural flush you’re looking for.
The texture of these blushes is, like Inglot claims, really nice and soft. It feels very silky and creamy and therefore it’s very easy to work with. It goes on very smoothly and it’s not blotchy or patchy at all.
The other colour I bought, 128, is a bit more appropriate for the upcoming months, the colder months. It’s more of a plummy, dusty rose shade and those are my absolute favourites shades to wear on my cheeks. This colour will give you a more present flush to the cheeks and it makes you look nice and healthy. I really like that about it.
Pigmentation wise I’m really impressed by these blushes. They’re not as intense as eyeshadow, but for a blush these two blushes are quite pigmented. Especially this darker shade is a shade you do have to be careful with during the application process, but when you do it will look absolutely stunning.
As you can tell I wasn’t lying about the pigmentation. These blushes definitely show up. Aside from that they also apply very even, which creates a natural looking effect. Aside from being pigmented these blushes do stay in place for a long time as well, which is another claim Inglot made. They actually do stay in place all day, even if you have to face the rain or sweat. It’s incredible!
Overall I’m very impressed by these two blushes. I absolutely love them. The colours are stunning, the texture is incredible and the quality is just perfect. These are two of my favourite blushes at the moment and I’m pretty sure they will stay my favourites for quite a while. I highly recommend giving them a try!
The Inglot Freedom System blushes are available in stores and online for €9,- each.
That was it for today’s review. I hope you enjoyed reading it and be sure to let me know which blush shades you love to wear during this time of year!