I was on the hunt for a terracotta blush when I strolled by the Inglot counter a few months ago. Not only did I find the terracotta shade, but a few others as well. Inglot eye shadows are known for great pigmentation and soft matte finishes that can be powdery. The blushes are no different. The softness of the finish can catch you off guard if you’re used to hard, compact blushes where you can swirl your brush into the product. There is absolutely no swirling allowed for Inglot blushes. If you do, you’ll get crazy clown face. Tap the very tips of your brush into the blush. If you’re pale or want to build up the product slowly, diffuse the color onto the back of your hand. The blush lasts throughout the day with no fading on top of my powder foundation.
Inglot gives you a generous 6g of product for $10; however, that is the pan only. Unfortunately, they no longer sell blush in its own compact. Inglot offers various empty palette options (the four pan pictured retails for $16). To save money, use your own empty palette or DIY palette.
Shade #41 is a terracotta-brown with a matte finish.
Shade #70 is a bright coral-orange with a matte finish. (It’s more orange in person.)
Shade #63 is a deep berry with a matte finish that is perfect for dark skin tones.
Shade #25 is a warm pinky-brown with a satin finish.