Inglot HD Illuminzing & Sculpting Pressed Powders for June 2014

Inglot HD Pressed Powders for June 2014
Inglot HD Pressed Powders for June 2014

HD Illuminizing Pressed Powder ($18.00)

Available in 5 colours, corresponding to those within the HD Illuminizing Loose Powder Collection, this pressed powder is a must-have in your purse for instant touch-ups. The skin loving ingredients include premium silicone powder and diamond dust, perfect to hide skin’s little imperfections and leave you looking refreshed and rejuvenated. Outstanding film-forming agents will provide a smooth and long-lasting finish. Ideal for everyday use, this product may also be used for filming in high definition and will ensure the face looks flawless even on a big screen. INGLOT HD Pressed Powder can be used on bare skin, over foundation and all over the eye area preventing colour grabbing to skin, ensuring easy and perfect blending of the eye shadow.

HD Sculpting Powder ($15.00)

Sculpting is all about accentuating and defining the whole face. This is exactly what INGLOT’s new Freedom System HD Sculpting Powders will let you achieve. In one convenient palette you have everything needed to contour and sculpt your face, enhancing only the best features and diverting attention from any imperfections. With high pigment colour concentration and translucent coverage the illusion of a more structured face can be achieved without the excess product.

Availability: June 5, 2014, Online:, INGLOT Boutiques: New York City, Las Vegas, Miami, Newport Beach, New Jersey and select Macy’s Department Store

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Inglot HD Pressed Powders for June 2014
Inglot HD Pressed Powders for June 2014

Inglot HD Pressed Powders for June 2014
Inglot HD Pressed Powders for June 2014

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I have to say, I’m rather intrigued by those sculpting powders! Looking forward to seeing how they work if you review them, Christine!

Just bought Inglot for first time. I was impressed sales woman said they have few chemicals and no parabens and lots of pigment vs MAC. Bought several shadows, great black liner. Would skip gloss because it’s tiny, but overall very pleased. Reasonably priced for sure. Will check these powders out for sure!

Hi Christine, Will you be reviewing the pieces of that you receive? I’m looking hard for a great contouring shade & although I have 2 HGs both are d/C’ed. I’m always hoping another perfect contour shade will come around the corner, please INGLOT make it happen. Thank you in advance.

If any others have a great countouring product that they can’t live without please LMK. I’m open to ESs, creams, foundations or anything that will be good for NC20 although I do like a slightly dramatic contour. Please if you have any recs leave the name brand & shade. I thank you a million times over!

I’m very excited about that sculpting palette. I’m hoping it will be a paraben free alternative to Anastasia’s! Not a dupe, but a good alternative. πŸ™‚ I hope Beautylish gets this soon, although at that price, I may skip their $10 of $50 first purchase deal and buy it directly!

I thnk it’s really hard for women of all shades to find a great countour shade. I have 2 that are my HG (both of which are D/C) but I just feel like I still wish for better. I love what I have but it still would tweak them a bit. Best of luck to us all having INGLOT save us from our ‘proper’ contouring blues. πŸ™‚

True, however I wish there was a product that made it easier on those of us whose brush technique is not masterful enough to make contour look natural! πŸ™‚

Please review! Im needing a darker contour color. Been debating on going a shade darker in mac sculpting powdering or too faced chocolate matte bronzer.These definitely bring a new option!

These look good, I have to go check them out when they release in the New York store (I hope these are matte).
One of them looks yellow and I hope it is because I need a reasonably priced one.

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