Inglot Look

Hey My Beautiful Beauty Bloggies so this weekend I finally got my hands on the Infamous INGLOT 10 Freedom System palette. I have to say that the Store is Overwhelmingly awesome and you can go absolutely insane in there. Anywho I decided to play around with it today and came up with a look and I have to say these shadows are amazingly pigmented!

Love Red Cherry Lashes! My Favorite So Far!

Items Used:
  1. Sudio Direct Cosmetics Light Corrector as Base
  2. Inglot Shadow D.S 496 White Inner Corner
  3. Inglot Shadow AMC Shine 14 Coral Shade Mid Lid
  4. Inglot Shadow AMC Shine 27 Outer Lid Yellow
  5. Inglot Shadow D.S 494 Crease Purple
  6. HighLight Inglot Shadow D.S 496 White
  7. Eve Pearl Concealer
  8. Shiseido Concealer in # 3 Medium
  9. Red Cherry Lashes # 12
  10. Tarte’s Lights, Camera, Lashes Mascara
  11. Elf Liquid Eye Liner Black
  12. Milani Eye Pencil in Black
  13. Maybelline Define a Brow Pencil in Soft Black
  1. Shiseido Perfect Rouge in Rouge Parfait
  2. Jouer Tinted Lip Gloss in Bellini
  1. Stila Correcting Primer
  2. Makeup Forever Foundation in # 127
  3. Inglot Blush #29 Coral Shade
  4. Urban Decay Cream Highlight in Sin
  5. Makeup Forever High Definition Loose Powder
This was fun Hope you all like Plan on doing a few more looks with this palette I love it!

Comments 12

  1. Ms. Prettyful Girl

    Such a pretty look! Ooooh, Inglot! Lucky you 🙂 I agree, those lashes are perfect. They look so natural. I need to practice with my falsies. I never use them. Keep them coming, Cathy!

  2. Cathy

    Thanks Ladies I love the Red Cherry Lashes because the Band is super thin and blends well with your own. Hope do do more looks next one will be on My Urban Decay Roller Girl Palette Soon!

  3. Blanca1018♥

    I love the color combination you used!

    Thanks for your sweet comment… Let me know if you try out the Hello Kitty nails.. I would love to see how they come out!


  4. Hikeeba

    That is a perfect look: sexy without being trashy and innocent without being boring. Would you do a tutorial on this look or a chart? Also, would you share which colours you chose for the palette? I thought they would be already compiled, but I guess I missed that “Freedom” word.

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