Sponge gourd oil and almost 90% pure pigment gives this highly concentrated loose colored powder the ability to range from subtle to ultra intense effects depending on application. Pigments can be mixed with DURALINE to create liquid forms of all pigment colors.
Inglot’s AMC Pure Pigment Eye Shadows are loose eye shadows and come in 70 different shades. This review is for shade #70, which is a vibrant, shimmering teal color.
This pigment comes in a plastic pot with a twist-off cap.
#70 is a vibrant, shimmering, medium teal shade.
The shadow glides across the skin and can be applied in a sheer layer or an opaque one.
Without using a primer underneath, I saw creasing and fading within one (1) hour. With a primer underneath, I saw almost imperceptible creasing near the inner corner after two (2) hours of wear. Fading or creasing in the crease really doesn’t start until after five (5) hours of wear.
Ease of Use: 9.75/10
This pigment applies evenly and smoothly onto the skin. You can control how sheer or opaque the color is. You will also get some fallout during application–something that is very common with loose shadows.
For $14.00 you get 0.07 ounces (2 grams) of product. MAC’s Pigments cost $21.00 and contain 0.26 ounces (4.5 grams). This actually isn’t a great deal: you get less than half the amount of product per dollar compared to a MAC pigment.
This sample was provided for consideration purposes by the brand or a PR company. Reviews are always honest and never paid for.