Monday Palette Review: Inglot Palette (Freedom System)

Hi, girls! It's Monday again and today I have another palette review for you. This time I decided to show you swatches of Inglot palette, that I won in giveaway on Parokeets blog. The palette doesn't have a name, because it's a "freedom system" palette, which means, that you can create your own palette with 5 shades, that you like the most (you can also create a palette with 10 eyeshadows).

The quality of these eyeshadows surprised me, because these are probably the best eyeshadows I've tried (even better than my beloved Sleek eyeshadows). I knew, that they are good, because I've read a lot of positive reviews about them, but the pigmentation surprised me anyway, because it's much better than I expected. Beside great pigmentation they're also easy to blend, they don't crease and they last on  my normal lids for a whole day without fading. There also wasn't any fall out, which surprised me, because that rarely happens with shimmery eyeshadows.

The packaging is really nice, because it's steady and it won't break. Eyeshadows are placed in palette with a strong magnet and they'll stay in place. I removed them with tweezers, but I have to remind myself to be more careful next time, because I manage to damage the middle eyeshadow. Each eyeshadow has 1,8 g.

AMC 57 - a grass green shade with tiny glitter.
Pearl 452 - a darker burgundy shimmery shade, probably my favourite in this palette.
AMC Shine 12 - a brown shimmery shade.
AMC Shine 43 - a golden shimmery shade.
AMC Shine 129 - an orange shimmery shade.

I made an eye look, using 4 shadows from the palette. I didn't use orange, because I didn't know, how to include it in this look. I also had problems with green eyeshadow, because I wasn't sure, how to include it int his look, so I add it a tiny bit in the middle of my lids.

I'm really impressed with Inglot eyehsadows and I wouldn't mind having them more in my collection. Have you try their eyeshadows yet, what do you think about them? Thank you for reading!