Review, Photos: Inglot Freedom System Single Palettes For Eyeshadows, Blush And Pressed Powders
Oh, have I adored Inglot ever since stumbling upon their local space in NYC’s Chelsea Market. We did a light coverage of the line months ago, and, since then, Inglot has blown up and can NOW be found in forty-eight Macy’s around the globe, including NYC’s Herald Square Flagship store. They were one of the most frequented booths at The Makeup Show due to their colorful pigments, variety of products and affordability of the brand. I saw eyeshadows — hundreds of them — for FIVE DOLLARS each.
What was so lovely about them was that I found out about the Freedom System Palettes, which offer clients the choice to create their own customized color palettes. Now, they have launched single palettes that can be reusable by simply interchanging the colors within just one magnetic case per eyeshadow, blush or foundation. Before, there were much larger kits, and now this makes for an easy transport as well as limiting the waste and remaining more eco-friendly!
The Freedom System’s magnetic locks allow you to either slide or fully remove the top depending on your color choice. They can also be combined into blocks of cosmetics closed by one magnetic lid! This frees up space and also secures them properly. If preferred, each of the cases can also be closed individually with a separate lid. FREEDOM is certainly your choice, so you choose the colors, the way to stack or close them, and also the freedom to create your own personalized look!
Freedom System Palette 1 Eyeshadow Square ($6.00), Freedom System Palette 1 Face Blush ($7.00) empty and the Freedom System Palette 1 Pressed Powder ($8.00). Available in the USA at inglotusa.com, Inglot stores in NYC, Las Vegas, Miami, Newport Beach, New Jersey and select Macy’s.
- Nicole Gordon Levine
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