I will be reviewing today my very first Lipstick from the brand Inglot. I picked up two shades from their wide range of about 90 lipsticks in freedom system! It is so difficult to choose and you want to take it all home because they are so good!
Price: Rs. 250 for 1.2g
I am in love with Inglot, in the past few days I have hoarded couple of products from the brand and I have to say I am highly impressed with their quality compared to the price we pay. I really suggest to gals who haven’t yet tried Inglot products should definitely pick up some.
The Freedom System Lipstick Refill are much cheaper bargain than buying the ones available in tubes (those are really costly). The lipstick refills comes in a small round pan and with a sturdy plastic packaging which can be used to store the lipsticks if you don’t want to invest in a palette. Only issue with pan packaging is that you need to be extra careful to keep it hygienic and dust free.
The shade #70 is a pretty mauve-pinkish, more pink for me with a hint of mauve in it. It definitely flatters fair skin tone but I think it will suit most Indian skin tones. The shade can be applied lightly on the lips or it can be build for intense look. The lipstick does not contain any shimmer in it but it has a glossy finish and leaves a light sheen behind.
The texture is ultra smooth and glides on like butter. It also does feel greasy or waxy on the lips. It is intensely pigmented and a single swipe gives opaque lips and it is easily buildable according to liking. It said on my lips for about 4-5 hours before it started to fade evenly. And I think it can survive mini meals in between, it survived a coffee I had in between but it does transfer to the cup.
- Smooth & creamy texture
- Refills are cost effective than buying full variant
- Very pigmented
- Stays on for about 4-5 hours
- No shimmer, just glossy finish
- Paraben free
- Not tested on animals
- Shade # 70 will flatter most Indian skin stones
It comes in round packaging so needs care to keep it dust free
Not travel friendly