I know…I need more pigments like I need more…ANYTHING! But I L.O.V.E. Inglot's pigments enough that I just HAAAAD to have one. And then another one…and then…(you get the picture). They're vibrant, long-lasting, and I even managed to find colors that MAC doesn't have (at least that I haven't picked up). There are still a couple on my "to-buy" list, but I started off with just 13 :)
The pigments are $14 each for 2g/.07 and, compared to MAC's pigments, they are a bit more expensive by the oz. HOWEVER, with the upfront cost being only $14 (compared to MAC's $19.50) and considering the fact that one will RARELY use up either pigment, this isn't such a bad deal.
I love the design of the containers because I feel they are less prone to tip over because they aren't as skinny/tall as the MAC pigments. I think the Inglot container feels so solid because it's about the same in width and height; the cylinder shape almost feels "square," if that makes any sense. Also, the lid screws on more securely than with the MAC pigments.
|33, 47, 60, 74|
|45, 59 (with flash)|
|45, 59 (no flash)|
|46, 58, 70 (no flash)|
|22, 35 (*I included Purpura from the GA |
Eyes to Kill Intense to show the difference!)
|Texture of most of the pigments (pictured: #61)|
|Texture of the glittery pigments (ultimately a smooth finish, though!)--Pictured: #22|