Inglot opened a store in City Square (Johor) in March this year and I only chanced upon it last weekend (#slowpok) I was totally thrilled, like a kid in a candy store. I spent an hour plus in the store busy swatching and trying out their eyeshadows and nail polish. Sher took her time to ask the very friendly assistance for make up advice.
For those who have always wondered how different the lashes look on the tray and on an eye lid, this touch screen display allows you to check out how the lashes look like when applied on real human eyes. And the possible colour coordination with those funky lashes. Very cool lash bar!
Was super tempted to get two matte nail polish because they looked so sweet and so pastel-ly smoothing!! But one cost RM 44 for normal series, which I thought was very over priced 😦 An eyeshadow square cost RM 30, so I cant really justify the price of the polish right… But I am still thinking of them, maybe the next trip I will surrender to them.
Highlight of the brand is their Freedom System which allows shoppers to customize their own palettes. From eyeshadows to lip pots to blushes to compact powder, Inglot provides different size of palettes to fit them all!
Below are some swatches of the colours which grabbed my attention. Sorry, I didnt take note of the colour numbers. And I realized I didn’t try out the rainbow eyeshadows 😦 next time!!
Super happy with my purchase and I want to go back to get more! Special shoutout to Inthira who was the make up artist serving us on that day @ Inglot. She was patient and gave us enough space and time to explore the products, and helpfully introducing the products to us. I totally dig her eye make up on that day, very autumn-inspired, orange and brown 🙂
Can’t wait for Inglot to come to Singapore, hopefully the price will be reasonable too 😀