This is the first make up item I have ever tried from Inglot, I was running low on my Laura Mercier blush so it was time to try a new one.
You can buy Inglot products either from the shop or online, and you have the option to just buy the product or you can buy the magnetic case to go with it. When first buying from them it might cost more as the cases for the products do add up to be about 2/3 of the cost of the blush itself. But as they are magnetic and re-useable you will only need to buy them once.
I purchased the Fusion blush and illuminator in the colour 203, which retails at £9.
The magnetic blush holder palette retails for £6.
|The blush come in this black packaging.|
|The blush comes sealed and the packaging is magnetic.|
|The blush is also magnetic and can be changed easily.|
|It is very compact and perfect for travel|
This blush works out to be £15, which is not pocket change but isn't up there with the likes of Laura Mericer, Chanel or Dior. As I said earlier, you do pay the extra price for the case, so when it runs out or you wish to replace it you only have to pay the price of the blush itself.
It goes on nicely and is really pigmented so you need a light hand when applying it, I think this is going to last a long time. Check out Inglot if you are interested, they have a shop on Oxford Street too. Inglot have quite a large selection of products and the larger eyeshadow palettes look interesting, especially as you can design your own palette. We all have a few colours we don't use in a palette, this way you design it and pick all the colours you would use.
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