I was first introduced to Inglot earlier this year and quickly fell in love. With the Freedom System, you can basically build your ideal palate. The colors are super pigmented and have a very wide range of choices. At six dollars for a pan, you really can't go wrong. I dare say I've found plenty of dupes for other brands with Inglot.
With all the great reviews and hype I was expecting these shadows to wow me, but it didn't. I looked at most online swatches by other buyers and this color swatched vibrantly. However, it takes me 4 or more coats before the color starts to show faintly (I placed the color as a transition color in and a little above my crease. I also swirl my brush around in the pan 3 or more times each coat). Even then, it doesn't look as pigmented as the swatches I've mentioned above. I also notice that if you put more than 2 coats on, the texture starts to look thick and little cakey. I believe this happens because the texture is so-called buttery. I have light to medium olive skin tone and use hakuhodo white goat brushes if this makes any difference. If you're looking for a light light wash of subtle peach, then it may be good for you.
At just $6 a pan, these eyeshadows are well worth the money. They're super pigmented, very long lasting, and come in a huge range of colors. Some of them, admittedly, are better than others, but I've been overall very pleased with all of the colors that I have.
I love that the freedom system lets you can customize your own palette. The palette itself is really nice and durable-- I've actually accidentally stood on it before and it was completely fine. My only complaint would be that you can't easily see the colors of the shadows you have in the palette, but it's not a big deal.
You cannot go wrong with the inglot freedom system. I can only think of one bad thing to say and that is that you cant see the color number HOWEVER I love the freedom system palette design so I really don't want them to change it. The eyeshadows have amazing pigmentation and they are dirt cheap. I swear to god you could throw your palette against a wall and the eyeshadows would not break [minor exaggeration but you guys know what I mean] the palette itself is so sturdy, and durable. It is also so sleek looking in my opinion and also I love that they can all magnetize together. so say you have three palettes you can just stick them one on top of another and they're not going anywhere. also the magnets are so strong the top is not going to come off. so you don't have to worry about traveling with them because there's pretty much nothing that can happen to them. A++ Inglot
This. Is a product that I love
It is very pigmented and not too heavy
I will use this in winter maybe because has lots of dark colors in the palette.
Metallic taupey goodness
This color is a dream! On the cooler side of the spectrum, this Shine square is an opaque metallic show-stopper. It's not quite silver and looks gorgeous placed all over the lid by itself, yet it plays well with others. Browns, silvers, purples, you name it. I highly recommend it! (I wish I could attach a video instead of a mere photo; it's so beautiful when I move my hand!)
New favorite shadows!
I have a TON of different brands of shadows, with the majority of them being high end products. I can easily say that this brand is now my favorite. They go on beautifully, so pigmented and soft. They blend wonderfully, and last throughout the day (with primer, haven't tried them on my eyes without yet). They are definitely as good as, or better than, Mac eyeshadows. With the price of $6 per pan, there is no reason not to not give them a try! Love love love!!