Ingot is a cosmetics brand established over 25 years ago by Wojtek Inglot, a young chemist working at that time in R&D department in a pharmaceutical company.
Sadly, he passed away this year so he wasn’t able to grace the launching of Inglot’s first store in the Philippines, which was held last Wednesday at Glorietta 5 Mall in Makati City,.
Warning: Make up overload! You will surely drool upon seeing the photos below.
Inglot is popular for their Freedom System, where you can customise a palette depending on what you need and want. They have about 450 lip products, 500 eye products, 350 face products and 300 nail products. If you were to mix and match all these, there are about 3,000,000,000,000,000 combinations. Ansaveh? So many possibilities and so many options to choose from. Winner!
A wide selection of blushes at 495 php each. All so pretty!
Obsessed with this eyebrow palette at 375 php each. They have brow powders and brow gels in different shades you can mix.
Concealers at 375 php each too!
Now, for my favourite make up- lipchook! Freedom lipstick is at 375 too!
Pretty palette of pinks.
Yellows & Nudes.
Here’s Liz of Project Vanity and her hand full of swatches.
Here’s Earth of Earthlingorgeous. Don’t you love how pigmented the eyeshadows are?
More lipsticks in bullet cases at 795 php each.
Nail enamel at 450 php each.
I want to try Inglot’s O2M Breathable Nail Enamel at 650 php each. It’s technology is said to let your nails breathe as air flow isn’t disrupted upon application of the nail enamel. I’ll try this soon as I have sensitive nails- they tend to turn yellow and soften even after just a week of wearing polish.
Eyelashes plain and avant garde are also available. They range from 595 to 895 php.
That afternoon’s host was Martha Sta. Barbara of The Beauty Junkee. Here she is with Inglot’s Chief Make Up Artist, Mickey See.
The ladies of Laverne Luxe Group, the company responsible for bringing in Inglot in the Philippine shores. Meet the sisters Pauline Laverne Lim, Hazel Laverne Lim-Lee Hok & Michelle Lavern-Gankee, with their friend and partner Stephanie Borbe (not in photo).
Here are some Inglot products that I got to take home.
I was able to customise my very own Freedom Palette! Yahoo. In all honesty, I am not a fan of palettes because I know I won’t be able to use one or two of the products in it. But with Inglot’s Freedom Palette, nothing is ever unnoticed. I am now a palette lover! I get to pick and create my own make up, leaving nothing unwanted.
The palette is magnetised so it’s easy to just stick the palettes you want. It’s not messy to put nor remove as there’s no glue or adhesive needed. Take it of by lifting it with a pin. You have to be careful though as you may destroy your make up along the way, just like what I did with my concealer. See the photo below. Eeep!
Thank you again Inglot Philippines, to the Laverne sisters for having me at the launch! It was one of the best and fun launches I’ve ever attended. I’ll be back to try the O2M Nail Polish and other make ups soon!
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