Firstly, as much as I love this eyeshadow palette and the Inglot ‘freedom system‘, it annoys me no end that there is no mention of which shades you’ve chosen anywhere on the packaging. In the future I will definitely make a point of asking the MU Artist to jot down which colours I’ve purchased, to save me from doubling up. If you’ve not seen an Inglot stall before, there are a LOT of varying shades within the colour range, so the possibility of me forgetting what I already have and repurchasing the same eyeshadow is pretty high. Having said that, I do love the two colours that I purchased, and the service at the Inglot stall was second to none. The MU Artist that served my BFF & I was friendly, knowledgeable and not at all pushy. All of the things I admire in a good sales assistant.
Basically with the Inglot ‘freedom system’ you can mix and match whichever colours you fancy into your own palettes. I had a hankering for some purple/plum toned shades and these are the two that the MU Artist suggested would go well together. I love them. The quality of the shadows is amazing, they are smooth to apply and easy to blend and very long lasting (yes I was naughty over the weekend and didn’t remove my makeup after the wedding I attended, and the shadow was still perfectly in place the next day). They’re also quite cheap, with the 2 palette eyeshadow pans retailing for $28 AUD. I will definitely be heading back to buy more from this brand in the future. You can find your local Inglot stockist on their website.