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.
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.
I thought it would be nice to highlight some of the lovely people who had faith in Jealousy Wakes and bought it. I’ve been trying to keep tabs on all the reviews, swatches, and looks you have all been sharing across the web. If I missed yours, please feel free to link to it in the comments. I’ll be sure to dig it out of spam if it ends up there!
This next look at Inglot’s Matte Eyeshadows ($4.50 to $7.00 each for 0.09 oz.) is all about some neutrals–these were cooler browns and slightly odd shades that seemed to belong more to neutrals than a particular color.
Overall, these are true to Inglot’s matte formula and are easy to work with. I had a touch of sheerness with #378, but the other four had nice color payoffs and smooth applications.
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