Inglot brushes are much cheaper than MAC brushes, and unlike most Sigma brushes that sells merely on the basis of being MAC dupes, Inglot brushes have originality.
I've only got 2 brushes from Inglot so far- 30T angled eyeliner brush & 24SS Dual-sided brush.
Here are my thoughts on them:
Inglot 30T brush
Fiber ~Synthetic Taklon
INGLOT 30T Brush
I've long been looking for a good eyeliner brush, and this just fits the bill perfectly. It is thin, pointed and angled which makes it very easy for me to make a thin and precise line effortlessly. It also makes a better wing than a slanted eyeliner brush for me. I highly recommend it!Rating~ ♥♥♥♥♥ 5/5
Inglot 24SS brush
Handle ~ Wood
Hair ~ Squirrel substitute
Price ~ Rs.1590
This is a double-sided multi-purpose brush with a very good-looking handle. Both brushes are very soft!
I use the larger brush to apply powder, blush, bronzer. Since it's flatter than a regular powder brush, it's very easy to get it in smaller areas/corners, like the areas between the eyes and nose and on the under eye areas. The bristles aren't pokey, so you wouldn't necessarily need a powder puff to set your foundation without any streaks.
The smaller flat top brush is perfect for contouring & blending under the cheekbones, nose, chin & hairline. I use it to apply & blend concealer & powder under my eyes too. Great for applying highlighter on top of the cheekbones, bridge of your nose, and that little shadowed area right under your bottom lip.
Both sides shed a little bit, like most makeup brushes, but not so much that you have to worry about it going bald. The black bristles don't bleed while washing, in case you're wondering.
The bad ~ Hard to store it because it's double-sided. I keep it in the plastic cover it came in and then keep it in a cup along with my other brushes.Rating ~ ♥♥♥♥♥ 4.5/5
I'm very impressed with my first two Inglot brushes, and I'll probably buy more!
♥ Cynthia Z ^.^