Inglot’s Freedom System Eye Shadows come in over 200 shades. This review is for shade #420, which is a pale, shimmery slate-lilac.
This eye shadow pan comes sealed, air-tight, in a plastic sleeve.
#420 is a pearl finish eye shadow. It’s a grey-based lilac color with a silvery sheen. This is one of the more unique eye shadow shades I’ve come across. The powder has good pigmentation and is multi-dimensional. Depending on how the light hits, the color is more silver, more purple, translucent-looking, or more opaque-looking.
I love the formula for this color. The powder isn’t crumbly, dusty, or stiff. Instead, the powder is slightly soft and buttery, gliding onto and over the skin with ease. The shade blends and layers nicely too.
Without primer, this color started creasing after three and a half (3.5) hours. Applied over primer, there was just slight creasing after eight (8) hours of wear. I didn’t experience any problems with fall-out during the day.
Ease of Use: 9.8/10
The formula has just enough softness to apply to the skin smoothly without crumbling. Blending and layering are simple too.
For $6.00 you get 0.09 ounces (2.7 grams) of product. MAC’s Eye Shadow Refill Pans cost $12.00 and contain 0.05 ounces (1.5 grams) of product.