I’ve been enjoying trying out products from Inglot recently and picked up one of their pure pigments – 114 – to try out. This pigment really stood out to me, as it contains a gorgeous mix of light blue, green and aqua sparkles.
The product can give a softer sparkle when patted on dry or yield a high shine glimmer when applied damp with a mixing medium. I think it’s such a beautiful shade and can’t wait to experiment with more combinations!
Click ‘Read More’ below to see the full look breakdown, view full face shots and find out what I used on the rest of my face.
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Base: MAC Painterly Paint Pot (light matte beige)
Crease: MAC Coquette eyeshadow (medium matte grey-taupe with olive undertones)
Blend Crease: MAC Soft Brown eyeshadow (matte light peachy brown)
Lid: Inglot 114 Pure Pigment (light blue, green and aqua sparkles)
Highlight: MAC Shroom eyeshadow
Black mascara (upper and lower lashes)
Face: Inglot Beautifier Tinted Cream in shade 105, Fenty Beauty Pro Filt’r Concealer in 200, Too Faced Prep and Prime Powder
Cheeks: Kiko Baked Blush in 02 Dreaming Coral (you can read more about this product here) and Pixi Glow-y Gossamer Duo in Subtle Sunrise
Lips: Kiko Creamy Colour Comfort Lip Liner in 200, Too Faced Peach Kiss Moisture Matte Longwear Lipstick in Bridezilla (you can read more about these lipsticks here), Kiko 3D Hydra Lipgloss in 26 Sparkling Hibiscus Pink (you can read more about this lip gloss here).
1. Apply Painterly Paint Pot all over the lid as a base. You can either use your fingers or a flat synthetic brush (e.g. MAC 242).
2. Sweep Coquette into the crease using a windshield wiper motion (e.g. MAC 217).
3. Use Soft Brown in the crease (e.g. MAC 217) to blend out the edges of Coquette and add some warmth to the look.
4. Take a flat shader brush (e.g. MAC 239) and pat Inglot Pure Pigment 114 on the lids.
5. Using a crease/blender brush (e.g. MAC 217) or a pointed crease brush (e.g. MAC 226), sweep Shroom on to the browbone to highlight.
6. Apply your face, cheek and lip products to finish off the look (suggestions given above in the ‘Products’ section).
7. Apply plenty of black mascara to the top and bottom lashes.
Note: I applied my eyeshadow first, before any other products, so I could clear up any fallout from the pigment. You can find more tips and tricks for minimising fallout from eyeshadows here.
Here are some full face shots of the completed look: