This was the first time I used these colours from my new Inglot palette. I was very curious about the orange eyeshadow because I’ve been going through my stash and I own quite some orange or orange based colours but none of them are really incredibly pigmented and I really wanted one that would pop.
I’ve found it! 😀
I also have to say I’ve never had matte eyeshadows that blend so incredibly easy. For example, I like the Sleek matte eyeshadows but they take a little more effort to be blended. It’s not very difficult but you have to put some more time in it. But these seem to blend themselves, so to speak. 😉
Aren’t these colours just stunning? I’m really into cut creases right now so I’ll probably give you more of those looks in the future. And the blue and green colour in the crease blended so well together, I was really surprised, in the good way. 😉
I can go on and on about how much I love this palette but I think you got the idea by now, right? What do you think of this look? I wasn’t so sure about the yellow colour when I was doing this look, but now that I look at the pictures I think it’s gorgeous. Need to combine it with other colours for sure!
Please let me know what you think in the comments.
- Urban Decay Primer Potion
- Inglot palette, colours number 133,496, 84, 418, 332
- Rimmel Professional Liquid Liner
- Gosh Kohl / Eyeliner, black
- NYC High Definition Mascara
- Essence Coverstick, Matte Sand
- Gosh Pink Pie blush
- Make Up Store lipstick, First Kiss
- Gosh Soft ‘n Shine, Antique