Sunday, June 26th, 2011


Inglot Matte Eyeshadow Palette #3

Inglot Matte Eyeshadows in #341, 354, 327, 342, 360, 357 (Browns)

This next look at Inglot’s Matte Eyeshadows ($4.50 to $7.00 each for 0.09 oz.) revolves around some of their warmer brown shades.

  • 341 is a soft peach-beige with a matte finish.
  • 354 is a really pale white-peach with a matte finish. It was a little on the powdery side.
  • 327 is a warmer, medium-dark brown with subtle yellow undertones and a matte finish.
  • 342 is a dusty taupe-brown with subtle warmth and a matte finish. This is a really good shade for the crease.
  • 360 is a dusty, grayed taupe brown with a matte finish.
  • 357 is a warm medium brown with a matte finish.

Overall, this was another good batch of mattes from Inglot; smooth, easy to work with, and nice color payoff.  #354 had a powdery texture compared to the other five, but it wasn’t too bad, and it was surprising how it did not look chalky on me despite its pale color and matte finish.

The Glossover

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Inglot Matte Eyeshadows in #341, 354, 327, 342, 360, 357 (Browns)

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I see both #348 and #360 working really well for neutral looks in the crease. A shade like #357 will suit warmer complexions best, as it may look more orange on cooler skin tones.

Product

9.5/10

Pigmentation

9.5/10

Texture

9/10

Longevity

9.5/10

Application

4.5/5

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Inglot Matte Eyeshadow Palette #3


Inglot Matte Eyeshadow Palette #3


Inglot #341 Eyeshadow


Inglot #341 Eyeshadow


Inglot #354 Eyeshadow


Inglot #354 Eyeshadow


Inglot #327 Eyeshadow


Inglot #327 Eyeshadow


Inglot #342 Eyeshadow


Inglot #342 Eyeshadow


Inglot #360 Eyeshadow


Inglot #360 Eyeshadow


Inglot #357 Eyeshadow


Inglot #357 Eyeshadow

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10 thoughts on “Inglot Matte Eyeshadows in #341, 354, 327, 342, 360, 357 (Browns)

  1. Profile wp-user-avatar wp-user-avatar-60 alignnone photo of Pamela Pamela

    #357 reminds me of MAC Saddle–a pretty brown that goes with anything!

  2. 360 and 342 look awesome.

  3. I really want to try Inglot shadows! they seem so pigmented!

  4. Lilac

    Thanks very much for all the swatches, much appreciated! There is no Inglot in my country (yet, and apparently inquiries by other people brought the result that they don’t plan to open (online) stores here in the near future (booh!) but I’ll make a list anyways for when I am on holiday in a country where they are present. Inglot seems one of the most interesting brands at the moment, also because they seem more focused on products and quality than on hypes.. I`m not into hyper-fancy brands that much (such as Rouge Bunny Rouge, too twirly..) and new brands always need some time to convince that they are there to stay – Inglot kinda offers both, they have been in existence for some years but at the same time they are pretty new to most of the world.

    Also most new and upcoming MAC-releases are not that interesting – often because I have already similar MAC-products and they’ll last me some years probably -I would like to use them up, I like them and I don’t want to waste the money as well – , so MAC has a great share of my extra money already anyways – but also because even I get tired of “having” to buy LE-Items within a specific hour (the numbers in Germany are much more limited than in US, the best things can be sold out in 30 minutes and never return), at least for example Chanel-LE I have a chance to buy within couple of days, not hours and often stores have enough stock, too..
    so, general rant, nothing new, but my current state of mind offers great opportunities for really solid new brands and products, such as Inglot :D

    • I had lots and lots of requests, and thankfully, Inglot isn’t TOO expensive (relative to many other brands) to such an extensive project as this. With the Swatch Gallery in place, it was a good opportunity to go through a lot of Inglot’s line-up so that it can give a more affordable shade range to compare to higher end shades.

  5. Profile wp-user-avatar wp-user-avatar-60 alignnone photo of Mel Mel

    Hi Christine! I just wanted to say that I really appreciate all the Inglot swatches you have been posting. I have never had the opportunity to see so many consistent swatches of the same brand by the same person. I love coming home and catching up on a new days worth of swatches! Keep up the great work! :)

  6. HappyLittleNinja

    Thank you for doing this, Christine!
    I am new to makeup and a lover of mattes. I hear mattes are generally difficult to blend, so I glad to read that Inglot’s matttes are easy to work with. As I do not live close to an Inglot store and my reference point for colours is MAC, what would you say the tonal MAC equivalents of 342, 360, and 357 are? — I understand if the tonal MAC equivalent has a non-matte finish. I just want to be able to pick the right colours for me and to maximize my student budget. For reference, I am NC20/25, Asian with slightly yellow undertones. Thanks!

    Would you say 342 is like a darker, more pigmented Cork?
    And the 360 is like Wedge?

  7. blackbutterfly

    I’m wondering if 342 or 344 are close dupes for UD Tease or MAC’s Quarry? And if so which one is a dupe for which..