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Inglot Pearl Eyeshadows in #413, 428, 426, 415, 429 (Blues)

Inglot #413

Inglot Pearl Eyeshadows in #413, 428, 426, 415, 429 (Blues)

To finish out the palette, we have five blue shades from Inglot’s Pearl Eyeshadow ($4.50 to $7.00 each for 0.09 oz.) range.   Remember, the palette is completely customizable from the shades you fill it with to the size itself.

Inglot’s Pearl Eyeshadows have a very fine shimmer with a brighter, pearly sheen.   #428 exemplifies what makes an excellent eyeshadow, and it’s one of the best of Inglot’s line from what I’ve tried so far–super rich in color and the way the base color and shimmer play together makes it glow.   All five shades featured in this post had a soft and smooth texture, rich color pay off, and were incredibly blendable.

  • 413 is a muted blue with a silvery-white sheen and pearl finish.
  • 428 is an intense, jewel-tone of violet-blue with a pearl finish. The intensity of this shade makes it glow!
  • 426 is a medium blue with a pearl finish.
  • 415 is an aqua-tinted blue with a flashy yellowed sea foam green duochrome and pearl finish. I didn’t expect to see anything akin to a duochrome in Inglot’s line, but I felt like this one is. The duochrome is subtle, but it’s definitely there–more noticeable in person.
  • 429 is a purple-leaning periwinkle with a high white metallic sheen, though it has a pearl finish.

For more information about pricing, please check out this post.

Inglot Pearl Eyeshadows in #413, 428, 426, 415, 429 (Blues)


Inglot #413

Inglot #413 Eyeshadow

Inglot #428

Inglot #428 Eyeshadow

Inglot #426

Inglot #426 Eyeshadow

Inglot #415

Inglot #415 Eyeshadow

Inglot #429

Inglot #429 Eyeshadow


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Annie Avatar

Hey Christine! The Inglot eyeshadow selection is absolutely enormous so I was just wondering how you decided on shades to fill your palette! Their website swatches don’t look very precise and I haven’t been able to find any good online swatches other than yours! Thanks!

Annie Avatar

hahahaha ok that’s one way to do it! I think I’ll just get a 5-pan one because I saw 3 from your posts that I NEED to have and I’ll just choose 2 more that look good! Thanks for your help!

NeenaJ Avatar

Inglot’s website it terrible for swatches, so I decided to surf the net using Google images and the color number I was interested in. Ultimately (ant this was before Christine’s awesome swatches), I used the following 2 websites for guidance – which were awesome – and then some one-offs for certain colors not swatched on either of them:

Specktra has an amazing number of user-submitted swatches on all kinds of skintones.

Julia Minamata Avatar

I resist ordering online from Sephora because I have two locations quite close to me so I don’t see the point in shelling out for shipping & handling (in Canada too — I think it’s more costly, not 100% sure).

Besides, it’s probably better that I haven’t gotten my hands on it. Although I want it, I must admit I don’t *need* it. On a bit of a budget 😛 Not to mention, it’s kinda fun to hunt for it when I happen to be in a mall!

ReBecca Avatar

Thank you for doing all these Inglot swatches. They don’t have swatches on their site and it’s REALLY frustrating. I will probably buy some now that I know what they look like!

Regine Avatar

WOW!!! The color payoff in these swatches are BAN-AN-AS!!! My mouth literally dropped when I how gorgeous these Blues are **I’m a huge BLUE shadow fan**I may very well retire some of my MAC blues to upgrade to this palette! Thanks for this review, Christine! I have been eye-ing this palette for weeks!! I’m definitely hopping on INGLOT team! lol

raquel13 Avatar

Ugh… my curiosity about Inglot shadows was *slightly* piqued by all the buzz surrounding them, but I was never quite interested enough to visit their website. Thanks to you, I will now be going broke!

Yvonne Avatar

I have a love/ hate relationship with these swatches. They are all gorgeous! But… they are ALL gorgeous! It’s not helping me make a decision at all! Lol! ^_^

Quinctia Avatar

Welp, though I doubt I’ll ever sit down and fill a 20-pan of Inglot unless all of my eyeshadow gets destroyed in a horrible accident…I do know what finish I’ll be getting the most of!

I thought I’d like the pearl, as I tend to go for shiny, but the finish on these really is gorgeous.

Trayceeee Avatar

Hi Christine,

I tried to read all the comments before posting this but is this the only palette you have? Will you be doing any more swatches of browns/golds/ and other neutrals?

Chelle Avatar

I saw on EnKores video an employee said to turn the palette around and tap on the back with the cover and the shadows will come out. It does work, just make sure it’s a soft surface they land on.

shuz4ever Avatar

Christine, i really like these Inglot posts – great swatches as always. I’ve seen INGLOT shops when i’ve traveled, initially i never bothered to walk in as the brand was unfamiliar/ never seen any reviews. But after all the recent buzz i did some swatching and found it to be a bit overwhelming – too many colours and varied textures – but now with all u’r Inglot swatch posts i can fill up my very first palette.

MissVix Avatar

Absolutely gorgeous. Thanks for undertaking this great project, Christine – I’ll definitely be going down to the UK’s only Inglot store to get some of these.

#428 is particularly gorgeous. From that swatch, it looks a lot like MAC’s ‘Blue’ pigment (or Rebel Rock Blue, if you have that) – did you find it similar in real life? If it is, there will be some very happy ladies especially in the UK!

Kathy Avatar

Wow! I don’t even like blue eyeshadow, but #415 and #428! I just want to get one of my models and test drive it! Me + blue shadow = bleh. Can you wear it, Christine?

dawn Avatar

Color wise is 428 similar to Mac deep truth? Or os it more like contrast? I know this one is way more intense but I don’t want anymore deep truth dupes. Thx.

Kandra Avatar

Christine, I’m loving the Inglot swatches. I’ve been wanting to buy, but the Inglot website pics made it hard to make a decision, but this really helps. Thanks a bunch!!! I know this took a lot of time and effort. Will you be doing the same for other Inglot finishes, preferably, matte?

pragti Avatar

Hey christine !!
I have been following your posts and i must tell u, it has helped me a lot in buying mac stuff.  Thank u for posting so many details about make up !! 🙂

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