Today’s review is going to be the Inglot AMC Pigment in 69. I have several pressed eyeshadow palettes but I have always wanted to try the loose pigments which most professional makeup artists love and that’s when I came across this one. So how is the Inglot AMC Pigment in 69?
What The Company Claims?
Highly concentrated loose coloured powder that ranges from subtle to ultra-intense effects depending on application. The product contains sponge gourd oil and almost 90% pure pigment. Can be mixed with DURALINE to create liquid forms of all pigment colours.
Please note: Pigments are sold by weight, not volume. Containers can appear to be less than full due to settling of the product.
How Did Inglot AMC Pigment in 69 Work For Me?
The Inglot AMC Pigment in 69 comes in a small tempered plastic packaging that is transparent and has a black lid. While the quality of the pigment is amazing, for the price it comes at, the quantity is way to less which is another problem because though the packaging is travel friendly, it does not have any sifter so one has to be extra extra careful while taking the pigment.
The Inglot AMC Pigment in 69 is of a beautiful gold shade with bronzy-grey duochrome effect and is finely milled. The pigment can be applied both wet and dry but I get the optimum intensity when I use a wet brush. Very little is required to get the best results and once applied, the pigment does not fall off very easy and stays on all day. The pigment looks different in different lighting and it will suit all skin tones. Overall If you’re looking to buy pigments I would highly suggest these even though they’re on the expensive side
Would I Recommend Inglot AMC Pigment in 69?
Yes I highly recommend the AMC pigments.
PRICE- 1150 INR
WEIGHT- 2 g
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