Saturday, January 4, 2014

Something New: Inglot

Happy Weekend everyone!
Aren't you excited it's weekend again after going back to work for 2 days?  Well some of you probably aren't back at work until Monday *lucky you* but yours truly is a nerd, I'm back at work on Thursday and Friday so I'm really looking forward for the weekend!

Aside from looking forward for the weekend, I am looking forward for a very busy 2014!  Aside from more makeup seminars, shoots and gigs, I have makeup bookings for the year 2014 so I'm excited to share more makeover photos and tips!  As for makeup, I have thrown most of my makeup from last year (trust me, it hurts but it has to be done as some of them are quite old!) 

As they say: "Out with the old, in with the new!"  and one of the new makeup brand that's included in my makeup traincase is Inglot!  I am so happy when I learned Inglot is finally in the Philippines.  They are what most of us are looking for...professional makeup at an affordable price! 

I wasn't able to attend the launch of Inglot a couple of months ago, but thanks Martha for helping me pick the shades for my Freedom Palette, you know me too well! I love the colors you picked!


For you who are afraid to visit the store, I'll include pricing details so the next time you pass by Inglot, you wouldn't be scared as the price points are really good considering the wide range of shades you can choose from!

Freedom Palette
(available in 2, 3, 4,5 and 10 slots)
4 slots costs Php695.00 (approx $16.16)


Freedom Shadow Pan (square)
Php375.00 (approx $8.70)


Freedom Blush Pan 
Php495.00 (approx $11.50)


 Freedom Lipstick Square
Php375.00 (approx $8.70)


Easy to attach on the Freedom Palette
No stickers needed as the whole bottom of the palette is magnetic.

A closer look on my Inglot Freedom Palette.
I love how versatile this palette is as I can create a complete look!  My eyeshadow shade on the first square can double up as my eyebrow powder!

To be honest, I always thought the Freedom Palette is small when I see them on photos!  Here's a quick view on the size of the palette against my hand!  The palette has a bit of weight and the plastic is hard and sturdy!  They are obviously very professional looking so I wouldn't mind adding more of these on my 2014 makeup traincase!

Aside from Inglot Freedom System, there are also several products available depending on your makeup needs!

Inglot Sleeks Cream Lip Paint
Php795.00 (approx $18.48)

Inglot Nail Enamel 
Php450.00 (approx $10.45)
Even though I don't have time to create nail art nowadays (promise, I will be back with that), I have never stopped wearing polish!  I'm happy Inglot came up with wide range of nail polish shades for nail polish lovers like myself!  This shade would be perfect on my toes!


Aside from the products mentioned above, you may also find Body Sparkles, Mascara, Eyeliner, Eyebrow Pencils, Bronzing powders, Foundation etc... at Inglot!  So far, I'm happy the price points are really affordable considering the quality of their products! 

Here's a sample of my Freedom Palette look!  Let me know if you want a tutorial on this look!

Have you visited Inglot Store at Glorietta?
Which particular product will you purchase in a heartbeat?


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6 comments:

  1. I'd really love to visit their store it's like I'm a kid in a candy store lol. BTW please show us your professional makeup collection, I'm really interested to see the bunch!

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    1. I'll try to do that! I did a quick post about my professional makeup collection in this link ---> What to pack, makeup artist edition http://www.askmewhats.com/2013/06/readers-corner-what-to-pack-make-up.html

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  2. What shade of lipstick are you wearing here? It's looks lovely on you? :)

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    1. Thanks! I wore the lipstick shade in the Freedom Palette I created which is number 10

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  3. How much would an average full palette cost?

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