Inglot Body Pigments!

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I was so excited when I got to play with these little pots of body pigment from Inglot! They are beyond amazing and if you love makeup as much as I do, you will love the selection of 40 colours! That’s right, 40 beautiful shades to make your little makeup-mad-mind go nuts!

Ingot Body Pigments come in little 1gram jars, and you can mix them up to create your own colour for your face or body.

Add a dollop of Inglot Duraline to the mix and you can create electric liquid liners, bold body paint, intense lip colour and loads more! Pigments are so much more fun that eye shadows, don’t you agree?

Like all of Inglot’s products, their body pigments are pro quality, long lasting and highly pigmented. In the image above, I swatched Inglot Body Pigment Powder in 171 (that’s the only single thing I dont like about Inglot, that their products dont have names but rather use a number system), but something I’ll get over I’m sure!

To get the dark pink lines, I mixed my 171 Body Pigment with a drop of Duraline. I tried out three different thicknesses using my fine liner brush. Then using a blending brush, I blended out some colour to create a pretty pink eye shadow.

I also got to try out this gorgeous, glittery gold Body Pigment – 189. This makes a great cheek highlighter as well for those days when you want to bronze up those cheekbones. I think I’m going to combine it with my thick black gel liner for a true Cleopatra effect!

If you’re brave/creative/crazy or all of the above, you can try to combine different shades of pigment to create your own signautre look! I love that Inglot offers more than just makeup, they really do give us crazy girls a chance to go crazy! Like sugar pumped kids in a candy store!  Thank you Inglot!

I’m not going to lie to you! These pigments can get quite messy to work with, so I was really glad that Inglot sent me an artists palette to use. Mixing up the pigments on this palette using the Inglot spatula was a breeze!

Next time you’re near and Inglot store – or certain Woolies stores that have in-store counters, be sure to check them out. And if you can’t make it into a counter because you are just so busy – Inglot has recently launched their online store, so be sure to check it out and shop till you drop!
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