Anonymousasks: Hi there! I'm absolutely in love with your hair! I'm just wondering, but what do you usually ask for when you're at the hair salon?
Thanks! I just ask for longer layers all around and shorter layers in the front to frame my face. I’ve been going to the same salon since I was a kid, so I generally trust my hair stylist to just do her thang.
Hello everyone! Hope your week has started off well.
This isn’t my first Inglot purchase, but it’s been a while! When I was in Vegas for my 21st, I stopped by the Inglot store! I bought the 5-pan palette and chose 5 neutrals.
For those of you who don’t know how Inglot works, they have a freedom system. Basically you can choose what size palette you want and whatever shadows you would like. They also have blush palettes as well, which are next on my wish list! The palettes are sleek and magnetized. I have no worries that the top will ever come off; the magnets are very strong.
I included a picture of how the shadows are packaged. This is different from the last time I purchased from them. They come in individual boxes, but also have a sealed plastic container as well. Very nice. On the back of each shadow is the shade number as well, but that doesn’t help much once it’s in your palette.
One complaint I do have is that once you put the shadows in the your palette, good luck trying to get it out. Take note of what the shade numbers are beforehand because it’s near impossible to remove the pans from the palette.
From left to right I got 353 (matte), 337 (matte), 11 (AMC), 433 (Pearl), and 63 (AMC)
All the shadows are very buttery smooth and pigmented. I’m particularly impressed with 433 and 63. I find it interesting that 63 is an AMC because there is no detectable shimmer or sheen, I would have guessed it was a matte.
All these shadows are pigmented and easy to blend. They do not fade, however I always use some sort of eyeshadow base.
Each shadow was $6, very reasonable. The palette was $11.
Overall I love Inglot shadows. I think they are fantastic in quality and value. They are a bit hard to access, but if you get the chance to visit a store, definitely do so!
For this look, I decided to go for feminine and dainty (I know, very unlike me.) I’ve been loving the look of false lashes lately, particularly the Ardell #110’s. They are the perfect natural lash with a little flare to them! If you’ve got sad lashes like I do, these are a great option.
On my eyes, I used my favorite ELF mineral eyeshadows: Celebrity & Caffeinated, for this eye look. It’s one of my go-to’s for a shimmery, neutral smoky eye.
A few months ago, I mentioned in one of my favorites videos that I wasn’t sure how I felt about the Revlon Balm Stains…apart from the really lame name. I must say I quite like the one in Crush. It’s a rosy berry color that flatters my skin tone. I think it works well for all seasons, so I’m sure you’ll be seeing it throughout the year!