Inglot Pearl eye shadows #446 & #441 review & swatches

Inglot Pearl eye shadows #446 & #441 review & swatches

Friend’s post by Nidhi
Shade: 446 & 441 Pearl Refill pack
Price: 300/- for refill (560/- originally), I got it for 240/- (during 30% discount)
Quantity: 2.7 g

My experience with the Inglot Pearl eyeshadows:

I had and still am on the mission of collecting purples; let it be lipsticks, suits, tops or the eye shadows. Both these eye shadows were bought some months back during the 30% Ingot sale.
Shade:
The shade #446 is a rich purple eye shadow with strong plum undertones. Though it looks more reddish/plum in the pan, yet on the eye and in the pictures it shows as a darker shade of purple.
#441 is a lighter and brighter beautiful purple eye shadow. It has more blue undertones.
L-R: shade 441 and 446 in flashlight

In natural light

#446 would show up easily on anyone and would look equally beautiful on darker/pigmented eye lids than kind of flashy as the lighter shade #441. Though I love both shades equally still #446 is the one I can more easily wear. #441 is a true purple and brings out the party spirits in me, a shade I would more preferably wear to night-outs.
Texture and staying power: The eyeshadows are soft and creamy in texture. They are beautifully pigmented. The colors have a bit of a fall out but nothing too messy.
The eye shadow stayed on a good 7 hours on me without any fading or creasing. I just used my regular concealer below and not a proper e/s base still the e/s stayed as good as new after 6-7 hours. They do not even run away on getting contact with water.
Pros of the Inglot Pearl e/s #446 & #441:

·         Beautiful colors.

·         Great staying power.

·         Soft creamy texture.

·         Highly pigmented.

·         Decently priced.

·         Easy to remove and does not leave any shimmer behind.

·         Available online even.

Cons of the Inglot pearl e/s #446:

·         Has little fallout.

·         Storage of these freedom pans is bit difficult.

Ratings: 4.5/5
Final Verdict: If you love purples, then grab both of these. They are some beautiful flattering shades 😉
Now a simple EOTD using both these eye shadows. I have used #441 on the lid and #446 in the crease to blend and even on the upper and lower lash line as a liner. The color difference is quite visible in the pictures attached. Hoe you guys like it. J

Who is Preetha

Preetha is an engineer turned beauty blogger from India. She loves trying out new beauty products and makeup looks. She is a mother of a one year old baby girl and loves photography, cooking and makeup of course.

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