Lip Look #3 Inglot Lipstick NO. 25 {LIP LOOK REVIEW}

Since departing on my lipstick journey (seriously, over the last two months I have bought more than thirty) I have tried everything from tube lipsticks, palette lipsticks, velour lipsticks, and more. I absolutely LOVE this Inglot shade 025 from their Freedom Palette System.

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Inglot stocks quite a large range of palette lipsticks which retail for R99 each. The first colour in this palette is a concealer.

I love palette lipsticks because you have to apply them with a lipbrush which A) allows you to be more precise and B) its a more hygienic option if you tend to share your lipstick tubes.

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This is a deep brown colour which gives off that defined ‘My Lips But Better’ kinda look. I paired it with very neutral eyes and BB cream for a day running errands but I would definitely wear this on a night out and pair it with some super smokey eyes for a sultry look.

The colour is quite thin and creamy which I really like because you don’t need to add a lipgloss on top, the lipstick alone is moisturising and I only needed about two swipes from the palette to cover my entire lips. It looks like this small pod of lipstick would last for a couple of months at the least! It lasted perfectly on my lips for about two hours before needing a touch up.

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Have you ever tried any Inglot lip colours? Which one is your favourite?

Rayne XX

There are 3 comments for this article
  1. daisyperson blog at 2:39 PM

    Such a gorgeous lippie! I just don’t like the whole applying it with your fingers or brush thing. I like how quick and easy normal lipstick bullets are. My sister always wear these Inglot lipsticks and love them and I must say they always look great!

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    • makeitrayne at 11:06 AM

      They are seriously great quality! But yes the bullets work much faster if you are in a rush, plus these are not made to be chucked into a handbag as the casing is made of glass. Good thing Inglot makes these in bullet form too 😉
      XX

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