More of the post after the jump!
I now have a 20 pan with bright colours, a 10 pan with more neutral tones, and a 4 pan with blues. I was so excited to get this and get all of my colours organized! I really love the set up now, and of course, the eyeshadows.
I would do like with my Mac overview and explain each finish that Inglot has, but I'm going to be honest in that I don't know much about them. I've only ever gone into the store itself once and I can't say that I have enough knowledge on each type of eyeshadow they do to give a definite overview. Instead, I have swatched all of the colors I have, and will go through them with you. I tried to get these as accurate as possible so you may notice some lighting differences as I adjusted the gamma/brightness and red/blue to make the purples more color accurate.
*ALL SWATCHES ARE ON BARE SKIN, NO PRIMER*
First up, the 20 palette. I encourage you to blow up these images to see the shimmer, etc. and to see the numbers better. There will be closeups of each shadow after the overall pictures:
Left to right: 60, 383, 15, 464, 50, 362, 392, 14, 72 and 445.
Left to right: 441, 379, 491, 504, 372, 385, 59, 412, 57 and 44
The neutral palette:
Left to right 395, 368, 337, 344, 465, 434, 380, 387, 420 and 460
Finally, the blue palette:
Left to right: 429, 371, 480 and 332
Inglot eyeshadows are just fabulous, there's no two ways about it. There aren't really any duds in my entire collection. A few colors need an extra layer to be fully opaque, but one really can't complain when you barely have to touch your brush to the shadow in the first place! The mattes are probably one of their best textures, even though they can be a tad bit chalky. The best thing about these -- blending is effortless. Seriously.
Now for closeups of the shadows, these will be in numerical order:
See anything you like? I know that Inglot posts create the most intense lemmings for me! Hope you enjoyed! :)