These blushes are pigmented, have a smooth texture (just a bit powdery) and apply nicely. I'm happy to see that Inglot have lots of matte blushes to choose from. I've picked up only one shimmery blush, but I really love the fact that you don't end up with a glittery face in the end of the day! Although the prices have increased, 8 pounds per 6.5 gr of product is still good value for money. You can buy these blushes in individual packaging, but I just love the Freedom System!
- 20 – medium pink matte
- 58 – soft reddish pink matte
- 55 – soft plum- pink matte
- 34 – light coral with gold and red flecks
Ingredients: mica, talc, titanium dioxide, dimethicone, zinc stearate, lauroyl lysine, caprylic/capric triglyceride, caprylyl glycol, phenoxyethanol, ethylhexyl palmitate, boron nitride, tocopherol, hexylene glycol, luffa cylindrica seed oil, fragrance/ parfum (may contain: hydrogenated polyisobutene, methicone, palmitic acid, polyperfluoromethylisopropyl ether, synthetic fluorphlogopite, tin oxide, red 40 lake (CI 16035), red 6 lake (CI15850), red 7 lake (CI15850), yellow 5 lake (CI19140), carmine (CI75470), ultramarines (CI 77007), iron oxide (CI77491), iron oxide (CI 77492), iron oxide (CI 77499), manganese violet (CI 77742)
There are some new blush shades. Very bright and matte orange, red, fuschia, pink etc. Definitely something worth to look at.
Plus, you may not know that, but Inglot is made in Poland. And therefore it is much cheaper there, e.g. round eyeshadow - £2, blush - £4... Make friends in Poland, haha xx
Thanks for the comment babib, Inglot blushes are def worth checking! I know Inglot products are made in Poland and I'm so glad they have stores all around the world! Also love polish sweets, another reason to make friends :))
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