I don’t know why it’s taken me so long to write up this review as this is by far the most exciting make up related thing I’ve bought in the last six months. I visited the Inglot shop at Westfield for the first time way back at the start of the year and was so impressed with the selection and excellent customer service. Seriously, I don’t get why people buy MAC when there are so many other brands for a similar price point.Inglot Freedom System Eyeshadow Palette Review and SwatchesThe key product in Inglot are the Freedom System Palettes. A magnetic palette available in a variety of sizes which you can customise with your choice of blush, eyeshadow and lip pans. It’s so much fun picking and mixing to make your own palette and there are so many exciting shades to pick from.

Inglot Freedom System Eyeshadow Palette Review and SwatchesSince it was my first attempt at trying out Inglot, I opted for a modest five man palette and honestly I must have spent an hour trying to decide which shades to go for! So much choice. The palettes are so lovely and have a great magnetic closing making them easy to travel with and store. It’s so fun popping out all the individual pans after you get home to assemble your DIY palette.

Inglot Freedom System Eyeshadow Palette Review and SwatchesThe translucent lid can be removed completely or can be attached by four very strong magnets, which also allow for easy opening and closing. The palette is a nice chunky matte plastic, which is very sturdy.

Inglot Freedom System Eyeshadow Palette Review and SwatchesI went for a selection of colours that I could wear everyday to make the most of the palette. Don’t they look pretty? All of these shades have a shimmer finish, but Inglot do offer a range of different finishes and shades for every taste. The white in this palette is a great highlighter and the champagne colour I often use as a base for any other make up looks. Here they are swatched in true beauty blogger style…

Inglot Freedom System Eyeshadow Palette Review and SwatchesSuper soft pigments with plenty of colours and easy to blend. Completely on par with MAC, but works out a little bit better value as the pans are larger. If you want to play with a great professional make up brand that isn’t mainstream, this is a good one to give a go. They have some flipping awesome nail polish and lip colours too. I really need to get there more often.

Have you tried anything from Inglot?

What colours would you put in your own palette?

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Inglot Freedom System Eyeshadow Palette Review and Swatches

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