Friday, July 8, 2011

Inglot's Groundbreaking 'Freedom System'

Long ago are the days when we would leave the makeup counter, unsatisfied after once again being unable to find the perfect palette- one with the right shades to match and highlight our own unique skin tone! Well, those days are now nothing but a distant memory, as most major brands have expanded to include a wider selection of makeup palettes. One brand, however, creates the perfect solution.


After launching 25 years ago, Inglot became known for producing the best, most high quality products at very reasonable prices. The brand quickly became a favorite of both makeup artists and beauty addicts alike. Inglot recently launched the world's first Breathable Nail Enamel, but perhaps the company's biggest contribution is their groundbreaking 'Freedom System'.

The Freedom System allows customers to create their own custom palette by giving them a choice of which colors to include in the empty palette. The empty palette comes in a few sizes, varying by the amount of colors they include and by the products it holds.

Currently, there are palettes available for powder, concealer, lipstick, and eyeshadow. There are 20 shades of powder, 19 shades of concealer, 158 shades of eyeshadow, and 90 shades of lipstick available.

22 comments:

  1. Inglot! One more name I need to remember. I lackin my knowledge of makeup and its products. so sad. Thanks for the info on Inglot.

    xoxo Mallory.

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  2. This is great! The amount of concealer and power palletes alone will be enough to attract a lot of customers! Finally a make-up that will match virtually any skin tone!

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  3. wow this is so cool..lucky for me inglot is available here in kolkata.:)

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  4. @Linton Check out Temptalia.com, and you will be a genius in no time!

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  5. @Phoebe Yeah, i definitely agree! Its such an amazing system. :)

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  6. @Songbird Really? Thats great! We have Inglot here in NYC as well. The store is AMAZING!

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  7. oh come on everything is available in nyc!

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  8. See, this is TOO MANY colors for me - analysis paralysis sets in...

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  9. @Kristen I totally get that! Whenever I have a large palette, I end up over-using my 'favorite' color, so then I run out and have only the others left. Lol.

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  11. i'm a sucker for a make-up pallette. this is awesome!

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  12. wow I love that you can pick your own shades, sounds so good!

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  13. Nice! The purchasing of makeup has definitely come a long way, especially with the use of sampling before making a purchase that you can't return!

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  14. WOW this is definitely great!!! Can't wait to get my hands on it.


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  15. @Jamie-lee Me too! That's the major thing that drew me to it. :)

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  16. @Shasie definitely! And, return policies seem to be FAR more liberal these days as well!

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  17. @Marina Be sure to let me know if you try it out!! :)

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