By the way, I wasn't tempted by Mac Petticoat & Stereo Rose Mineralize Skinfinish from the recent In The Groove Collection, coz.... well, I didn't like them AT ALL! I mean, wth was the fuss all about?! I swatched them and almost felt guilty that my heart didn't sing hallelujah. It's also a shame that I could have easily gotten them but didn't, when some other people who really really want them are pouting coz they're either sold out or not available in their country :(
Anyways, the first item is an Inglot Freedom Palette of 3 eyeshadows. You can customize anything you want in the freedom palettes: Eyeshadows, Lipsticks, Concealers, Eyebrow Powders and Wax, Blushes, Pressed Powders.
It's so fun (and confusing!) to hand-pick shades and have your very own customized palette. I'm not a fan of single eyeshadows, which is why I don't buy them much. I prefer my eyeshadows in a palette.
Inglot Freedom Eyeshadow Palette (Rs.1200)
Each eyeshadow cost Rs.300 and you pay another 300 for the palette
Inglot eyeshadows has 3 finishes: Double Sparkle, Pearl & Matte.
After about 40 minutes (!), I fickle-mindedly finalised my palette.
DS 500, DS465, Pearl 444
I've yet to use them on my eyes, but I'm quite liking the textures and pigmentation of these so far.
Swatches: 500, 465, 444
I've wanted to try an arched eyeliner brush since forever and I've only seen one at Inglot here in Delhi, so I finally bought one.
Eyeliner Brush 30T (Rs.640)
I love how Inglot pack their brushes. Sterilized and tightly packed (unlike MAC brushes :\)
The only Mac product I got is the Fix+, a 'love it or hate it' product. I had to find out for myself whether it deserves the hype or the diss
Mac Fix+ Skin Refresher/Finishing Mist (Rs.900)
So, those are things I'll be using a lot now.
Enjoy your weekend =)
♥ Cynthia Z ^.^