Inglot Pigment Review

Hi all! Sorry I didn’t post a blog last week I was on holiday in Rome!

This weekโ€™s blog is a review of the Inglot AMC Pure Pigments. I have a few AMC Pure Pigments but some of them are from different collections. The ones I have are 50 and 62 which are just AMC Pure Pigments, 125 which is in the Star in Your Pigment collection and 111, 115, 116, 118 and 119 which are in The Stardust Collection. Iโ€™ll be filling you in on the following:

1. Product Description,
2. My Opinion of the Pigments,
3. Price and
4. Packaging.

1. Product Description:

I got the product descriptions of the different AMC Pure Pigment collections from the Inglot Ireland website.

The AMC Pure Pigment description:

โ€œThese pure pigment eyeshadows are highly concentrated loose coloured powder that ranges from subtle to ultra-intense effects depending on application. The product contains sponge gourd oil and almost 90% pure pigment.

Shade Selection:

We love glitter at Inglot and find it really hard to pick our favourite shades but here are some of our best sellers.

Shade 86, 24, 85 and 63

Top Tip:

When mixed with Duraline these powders can turn into liquid form to create the most beautiful looks.

Please note: Pigments are sold by weight, not volume. Containers can appear to be less than full due to settling of the product.

Hypoallergenic.โ€

The Star in You Pigment description:

โ€œHighly concentrated loose colored powder that ranges from subtle to ultra-intense effects depending on application. The product contains sponge gourd oil and almost 90% pure pigment. Can be mixed with Duraline to create liquid forms of all pigment colorsโ€

The Stardust Collection description:

โ€œThese pure pigment eyeshadows are highly concentrated loose coloured powders that range from subtle to ultra-intense effects depending on application. The product contains sponge gourd oil and almost 90% pure pigment.

Top Tip:

When mixed with Duraline these powders can turn into liquid form to create the most beautiful looks.


Please note: Pigments are sold by weight, not volume. Containers can appear to be less than full due to settling of the product.

Hypoallergenic.โ€

The one thing that annoys me about the Inglot website is that they do not do shade descriptions for each pigment. I will just give a brief shade description of each of the ones I own.

50: Is a beautiful rose gold. It is also a great dupe for MAC Rose Pigment.

62: Is a medium silver.

111: Is an iridescent pink.

115: Is a yellow gold.

116: Is a dirty gold with pink reflects in it.

118: Is a white yellow gold.

119: Is a medium gold with pink reflects.

125: Is a deep pink.

Swatches collage
The swatches of the pigments, they are in the same order as listed above in the shade description from left to right, top photo then bottom.

2. My Opinion of the Pigments:

I love the pigments! In my opinion, they add so much to an eye makeup look. Now in the product descriptions, Duraline was mentioned repeatedly, and basically, it is a mixing agent for the Pigments so that they apply easily and it is also meant to intensify the Pigments. I tried Duraline and found it to be useless so instead when I am using the Pigments for an eye look I spritz a packing brush with Mac Fix + and this makes them easier to apply, helps reduce fallout and intensifies their appearance.

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A makeup look using Inglot Pigment 50.

3. Price:

The pricing annoys me because some the normal AMC Pure Pigments are โ‚ฌ15.00 but the ones that belong in the collections are โ‚ฌ16.00 even though they are all AMC Pure Pigments. Now they are expensive especially when you consider that you only get 2g / 0.07 UZ OZ of product.

I do think they are overpriced but I buy them because I like how they add to an eye look and they are high quality and a little does go a long way with them.

125
A look using 125 Pigment.

4. Packaging:

The outer packaging is a black square box. On the from is the brand name, what the product is and the net weight. The left side is blank. On the back is what the product is and a note that states it is sold by weight not volume. On the right side are numerous different postal addresses, states it was made in Poland and a caution warning that reads: โ€œRinse eyes immediately if product comes into contact with themโ€. On the bottom of the box is the list of ingredients. On the top, there is a white sticker with the product name, shade number, barcode and a QR code.

The pigments are contained in clear plastic circular pots that have the brand name on the front. On the bottom is a Polish postal address, states it was made in Poland, what the product is, what shade, the caution that is on the box and the weight. The lid is a circular black plastic lid.

Packaging collage
Packaging collage. 
Thank you for reading! If you have used any of the Inglot Pigments Iโ€™d love to know your opinion on them.

Disclaimer: all opinions expressed are my own. Prices quoted are correct at the time of writing.

You can find the product lists for the looks featured in this post on my Instagram.

Iโ€™ll be posting another blog next Wednesday. I hope you have a fantastic week!

 

 

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I'm am a 23 year old Irish girl. I've a love for beauty and anything that sparkles hence the name. I'm not a trained makeup artist I just try products see how I feel about them and then review them!

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