I found my love for the brand Inglot since almost a year ago. And ever since then, I am a loyal user of Inglot products. Though I am very lousy when it comes to choosing a blush, you know there is a proper formula to choose blush shade which can compliment your lipstick well. I never seem to get that, don’t know why! So, I obviously do not own too many blushes, and this blush was my first ever purchase.
It is very difficult to find that perfect matching blush for my skin tone, as it has its own “mood swings”! But, by the grace of holy makeup, I can manage to work this blush on my skin. So, as you can tell, today I am going to review a blush from Inglot, named Inglot Freedom System Blush 30.
Price & Quantity of Inglot Freedom System Blush 30: INR 350 for 6 g.
Shade No.: 30.
Packaging: Inglot Freedom System has this lovely refill pan packaging, which comes easy on pocket as well as on storing it. It comes with a plastic cover that helps to keep it safe and hygienic.
Texture: The texture of the blush is amazing. Though it might look like a bit chalky from outside, it is actually silky smooth. Its powder, yet it is very creamy and highly pigmented! As you can see in the picture where I have put the shade on my finger, the texture is a little bit glossy and super smooth. But, there are no glitters or shimmers, which is a big relief. The powder is very soft and smooth and not at all harsh on skin.
Shade: This shade is on the coral side, but not fully orange. It has an orange undertone, but on the darker side, that is why I call it cinnamon shade. Somehow, this shade comes in between bronze and coral. This shade is quite suitable for fair to medium skin tone, I doubt how good it will look on dusky skin tone. This shade can be used as bronzer as well as for contouring.
My Take on Inglot Freedom System Blush 30:
I have medium skin tone, and this shade looks good on my skin (or I think so!). Though I hardly use it as my normal blush, I love using it as my contouring blush. This shade is not so dark and my face only needs light contouring, and thus it is a perfect match for me. When, I want to go for less-makeup look, I use it for contouring and this gives me a natural ‘not made up’ look.
I have finally figured out that wearing dark shades of lipsticks such as red or maroon or magenta can call for blushes of these types, and now, I use it as my normal blush too!
The shade turns up on the skin beautifully with swift brush strokes. The pigmentation is quite excellent, brilliant actually. And since, only a bit of this blush does its job, one refill pan goes a long way. Though it does not contain any shimmery particles or glitters, still it manages to give an illuminating or glossy finish on the skin.
The staying power is also impressive, as it never fades away, it stays on my skin till the end of the day. So, to sum up, I quite like this blush for contouring and also to us it as a blush as it has a lovely shade and the quality is beyond good.
Pros of Inglot Freedom System Blush 30:
- Pocket friendly version.
- Beautiful coral/ cinnamon shade.
- Very soft and velvety texture.
- Gives glossy finish.
- Skin friendly.
- No glitters or shimmers.
- Well pigmented.
- Staying power is excellent.
- Can be used for contouring as well as bronzing.
- One pan goes a long way.
Cons of Inglot Freedom System Blush 30:
- Pan style can be little messy for some.
My Rating: 4.8/5.
Do I recommend or repurchase Inglot Freedom System Blush 30??
Though I don’t prefer bronze look, but this blush is one of my favorite. The silky smooth texture, the glossy finish, super pigmentation and long-lasting power somehow steals my heart. As the shade is a bit coral, it works great as ‘sun-kissed look’; it also works for mild contouring. Inglot Freedom System Blush 30 is a nice cinnamon shade blush that would be suitable for fair to medium skin tone. I highly recommend it.