Inglot Makeup, the brand, the beauty, the look💄💋👄🎨

As a beauty industry veteran, I have worked with many beauty brands and products within the industry. Today’s product feature is Inglot Cosmetics . During a recent attendance at the Makeup Show Chicago, I purchased some products within the Inglot cosmetic line. In this blog post those products will be highlighted.👄
Inglot Cosmetics 

I purchased Inglot products because I simply loved the looks achieved from the makeup. 

Inglot Cosmetics from Makeup Show Chicago

Products used to achieved my look:

Inglot Stick Foundation-115

Provides strong coverage concealing discoloration and other imperfections. Ensures a long lasting flawless finish perfect even for stage and theatre. I love the coverage of stick foundations, and it doesn’t require the use of a lot of product.

Inglot AMC ( Advanced Makeup Components) Pure pigment eye shadow 

Inglot – HD Lip Tint Matte Rouge -36.        Liquid Matte

Inglot- Freedom System AMC Pressed Powder-105

Finished look with Inglot Cosmetics.

Makeup look achieved by using Inglot Cosmetics: Stick Foundation-115 , Freedom System AMC Pressed Powder-105,  Inglot AMC ( Advanced Makeup Components) Pure pigment eye shadow and Inglot – HD Lip Tint Matte Rouge -36 Liquid Matte to complete the look.  Lash extensions, eyeliner and suptle bronzer was also used.  Credits: Celestine McGee, model, makeup, hair and beauty blogger. Photography: C.I.S Chicago Imaging Solutions.com 

About Inglot Cosmetics

Founded over 30 years ago in Przemyśl, Poland, INGLOT Cosmetics is now one of the world’s leading manufacturers in colour cosmetics. INGLOT currently has a presence at all major beauty happenings and events around the globe, from the runways of Fashion Week to the stages and sets of TV and Broadway musicals, such as fairytale PIPPIN, spectacular The Lion King, The Last Ship by legendary Sting, The Cripple of Inishmaan starring Daniel Radcliffe and Mamma Mia! based on ABBA’s songs. The latest cooperations also include Finding Neverland, Something Rotten, Phantom of the Opera, and Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder.

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