Hello beautiful friends! Today, I am going to review one of my favorite eyeshadows from Inglot. Inglot Freedom System has different variants in terms of finish, such as AMC, Pearl, Matte. This one is from AMC family, in number 54.
Ingredients List: Mica, Zinc Stearate, Lauroyl Lysine, Nylon-12, Mineral Oil/ Paraffinum Liquidum, Silica, Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride, PEG-3 Benzyl Ether Mystearate, Ethylhexyl Palmitate, DI-PPG-3 Benzyl Ether Myristyl Ether Adipate, Isostearyl Palmitate, Capryl Glycol, Phenoxyethanol, Dimethicone, Hexylene Glycol, Luffa Cylindrica Seed Oil, Boron Nitride, Calcium Aluminum Borosilicate, Methicone, Polyperfluoromethylisopropyl Ether, Tin Oxide, RED 40, Yellow 5 Lake, Blue 1 Lake, Carmine Ultramarines, Black 2, Greens, Iron Oxides, Ferric Ammonium Ferrocyanide, Manganese violet, Titanium Dioxide. Shelf Life: 3 Years.
My Experience With Inglot Freedom System AMC Eyeshadow Square 54: I have been an eye makeup buff since a year now, and ever since I have bought this particular eye shadow, I have been in love with this. Shade: The shade of AMC 54 is chocolaty brown shade with a hint of copper in it. The reason, I have added the ‘copper’ word in my description is that, it has shimmering particles in it. But, once it is applied on the skin, the shimmers are not that much visible.
Finish: The finish is satiny with highlighting agents. The granules are very soft and smooth to apply on the skin.
Pigmentation: Well, being a solely Inglot-lover, I am bit broken-hearted to say that the pigmentation of this eyeshadow is not up to Inglot’s mark. It comes up on finger very prominently, but when swatched from finger, hardly a light version of this eyeshadow shows up. With the use of primer or makeup base, the prominent shade turns up pretty nicely though. I use eye shadow applicator as well as blending brush to use this eyeshadow on my lids, and I can say, after using makeup base the glitch is non-existent.
Staying Power: This eyeshadow is bit chalky if not used with primer or with a dash of water. So, it becomes very vulnerable then, but if used protection (I mean, primer!), it stays for a long time. That is the reason, it became my favorite eyeshadow. The shade is filled with shimmering particles yet, it is not overpowering. Hence, it can be used in day time too. The beautiful shade is very much useful as eyeshadows on the lids, or to create mild smokey eyes or to use a crease shade. I mostly use this on my crease and in the outer corner of my eyes (as I have done here in the EOTDs). Honestly, I have high expectations from Inglot and this one’s pigmentation is a bit of nothing but disappointment. But, the beautiful shade that can be useful in so many ways, has won my heart anyway! The long lasting staying power and the satiny soft finish with mild shimmers are also the other fair points for me.
- Lovely chocolaty brown shade.
- Mild shimmers.
- Satiny soft finish.
- Can be worn in day time to.
- Can be used in many ways (smokey eyes look/ crease shade).
- Affordable price.
- Long lasting power.
- Paraben free product.
Cons of Inglot Freedom System AMC Eyeshadow Square 54:
- Poor pigmentation (without primer or makeup base).
- Available in Inglot counters and online in majorbrands.com only.
BFF Rating: 3.8/5.
My take on on Inglot Freedom System AMC Eyeshadow Square 54:
Inglot Freedom System AMC Eyeshadow Square 54 is a lovely brown shade with bits of shimmer that won’t hurt using in the day time. If teamed up with primer or eye shadow base, this can be a very useful eye shadow for many eye makeup looks that you can try. 🙂