Inglot #45 Blush Review, Photos, Swatches

Inglot #45 Blush
Inglot #45 Blush

Inglot #45 Blush ($10.00 for 0.25 oz.) is a medium orange with soft, yellow undertones and a barely-there satin finish. It’s the type of finish that becomes more and more luminous and glowy as it is blended and buffed into the skin. Maybelline Coral Burst is darker, brighter. NARS Gina is lighter. NARS Rotonde is slightly brighter. Illamasqua Expose has a redder tone. See comparison swatches.

The texture was soft but not powdery–a little drier compared to Inglot’s matte eyeshadows. It had true-to-pan color payoff that applies with quite a bit color with a normal stroke, but it can be applied with a lighter hand for a softer look. It blended out easily and looked even, smooth, and did not emphasize pores or other skin imperfections. #45 lasted well for seven hours on my skin, and it started to look somewhat faded after eight hours. I had never tried Inglot’s blush before, and I received this one last week, because Inglot is releasing individual blush palettes that come with a mirror and brush, which will retail for $11 and launching this August, so to get both the palette and the blush, you’re looking at $21 in total.

Inglot Face Blush #45 Face Blush
A-
Product
9
Pigmentation
10
Texture
9
Longevity
8
Application
5
Total
91%

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Inglot #45 Blush
Inglot #45 Blush

Inglot #45 Blush
Inglot #45 Blush

Inglot #45 Blush
Inglot #45 Blush

Inglot #45 Blush
Inglot #45 Blush

Inglot #45 Blush
Inglot #45 Blush

Inglot #45 Blush
Inglot #45 Blush

Inglot #45 Blush
Inglot #45 Blush

Inglot #45 Blush
Inglot #45 Blush