Ingot AMC Pure Pigment Eye Shadow – 52
One of the items that quickly made their way to the stop of my wish list after IMATS was Inglot’s AMC pure pigment eyeshadows. I had swatched a couple during the craze that was IMATS but ended up passing on them as I just didn’t have the budget. I had already spent over $75 there and just didn’t want to tie up any more of my budget.
This weekend, however, I made it a point to visit an Inglot counter. I had been lusting after one of their gel eyeliners and had decided that I absolutely needed it (/end dramatic). I, of course, ended up buying a 20 eyeshadow Freedom System palette, a few more eyeshadows, and couple other things I probably didn’t need but also picked up this gorgeous pure pigment eye shadow in 52.
The moment one of the Inglot MUA’s dragged me to the pure pigment section and swatched this on the back of my hand, I was sold. It was everything I had ever looked for in a bronze. It was pigmented, buttery, blend-able, and absolutely gorgeous. It literally looked like someone had spilled liquid bronze onto my hand.
This is seriously every WOC girl’s best friend. If you can get your hands on it, buy it. I can’t think of any other eye shadow I’d recommend over this. It’s incredibly versatile depending on how you use it and can be worn for almost any occasion.
Blend it out for a subtle shine that opens up the eyes or pack it on for some intense shimmer for a night out. Either way, it’s bound to do you right. It’s quite literally the very definition of a day-to-night eyeshadow.
Can I even become any more of a fan girl?
This pigment is seriously it. I think I might do a series dedicated to this pigment because it’s just that good. I wish I could slap together the correct words to accurately describe the faerie dust in this tube, but alas, I find myself falling short.
Stay tuned for some FOTD’s featuring this pigment very, very soon.