There are SO many brown eyeshadows on the market! I know that sometimes it can be a “boring” category, but browns can be incredibly versatile and even though I love wickedly bright hues, I have a major soft spot for browns and beiges and the like.
Inglot #360 — just slightly gray-tinted medium-dark brown
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.
329 is a chocolate brown with a matte finish. It’s not warm, more of a neutral brown.
378 is a dark, cool-toned brown with a hint of burgundy. It has a matte finish.
326 is a dark, cool-toned brown with an even subtler hint of burgundy than #378. It also has a matte finish. Both #378 and #326 are extremely similar, and it is hard to distinguish which is which.
363 is a taupe brown with a matte finish.
358 is a subdued mauve-gray with a matte finish. This just seemed so neutral when I was arranging the palettes, but it swatches rather purple.
344 is a pink-plum brown with a matte finish. It’s totally the definition of a neutral, though – soft, natural.
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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