Clockwise from top left: MATTE 349, MATTE 355, PEARL 420, MATTE 344.
Swatched: MATTE 355, MATTE 344, PEARL 420, MATTE 349.
My Inglot 10-Pan Freedom System is one of my most treasured possessions. I use it every single day without fail. However, there was always something amiss. With only 6 of the 10 shadows being used frequently, we were in a love that may not go the distance. In love, but not quite soul mates.
I rubbed the vaseline from the lenses of my rose-tinted glasses and resolved to replace the lesser loved shadows with some sensual mattes and a pearl to appease my neutral-loving heart.
MATTE 355: Soft, matte beige with a slight peachy undertone.
The lack of a matte flesh tone is what initially niggled at me. It truly is a necessity.
MATTE 344: Matte neutral brown with purple undertone.
After the surprise love I found with Urban Decay Cult, I was after a lighter, subtler version. And whoop, here it is.
PEARL 420: A stunning silvery purple pearlescant neutral.
This is beautiful. The purple really pulls the green in my hazel eyes. This was, in the words of Savage Garden, a case of wanting, not needing, but dying to find out.
MATTE 349: Matte grey, borderlining on a cool toned brown.
Where has this colour been all my life? This is my ultimate cool-toned crease colour.
Watch this space for a 'How To' on depotting Inglot shadows from the Freedom System and to see what colours I booted from the palette.
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