This shadow looks more yellow toned than pink toned on me (more like MAC Dazzlelight than Phloof!, to clarify). It's a lovely, very high sheen shade that is a bit much for me for a browbone highlight but I love it as an allover lid colour with something like MAC Omega or Cork in my crease and it is great as an inner corner brightener. Works well with so many of the shadows in my collection and since getting it, I've been reaching for it a lot.
I'm happy that reviews on Makeup Alley brought this shadow to my attention because there is just SO MUCH at Inglot that it's hard to know what to purchase. I picked this up a few days ago and I've worn it every day since and just love it. Wearble, flattering and pretty! It's a very versatile shadow too - it can be a "one product" shadow but it combines seamlessly with so many other shadows if you want to make a more intricate look. 420 is an icy lavender/grey and it's quite similar to Nars Lhasa, though a wee bit lighter and more silvery. Inglot shadows are such an amazing value and such great quality as well.
I can't resist a palette that is customisable. I found these eyeshadows to be mostly good however consistency in terms of colour pay-off can range from average to amazing. I haven't had one that didn't have at least decent colour payoff but it definitely helps to swatch these first to make sure you are getting the type of shadow you want.
422 was one of my first Inglot purchases, after wandering quite by accident into the Inglot store in downtown Montreal. This shade really caught my eye as I was trying to find 3 shadows to fill a small 3-pan palette. This is a gorgeous bronzey brown shade that is very wearable. It has the "Pearl" finish that is my favourite of all the Inglot finishes - beautiful sheen without being too glittery for day-time/work and with no glitter fallout. One of my favourite shadows to wear any time.