Ingot Berry Palette | Review

It's been so long since I feel like I've posted and I know the Christmas period is a busy time for everyone, I'm no exception. I hope to post as much as I can but I'm not sure how much that will be. I haven't reviewed any products from Inglot before as I don't own any but I got to try some recently and I really love the quality of the brand so I will definetly be up for trying more products soon. I'm not sure what other countries Inglot is in, but in Ireland it's very popular. I've been loving their Berry Palette over the past month or so, so I thought a review would be something you'd all like. 

This palette comes in cute little packaging which is about the size of my hand, which makes it perfect to carry around and for travelling. It also has a magnetic casing which is easy to close. It comes with four different shades, the shades are 301, 302, 07, 450, two of which are matte, berry smoky shades, the other two are a shimmery, one a pink and one a gold shade. What I love about this palette is how well all the colours go together without using ny other eyeshadow palettes. 301 is a deep red cranberry colour which is matte and my favourite shade in the palette, it makes for a very nice shade over the whole lid by itself. 302, is the darkest colour in the palette which I'd consider a dark brown red colour, which is very autumnal and makes the whole look much more vampy and intense.The next shade is 450 which is a pink fuchsia, which is bright and vibrant on the eyes and contains elements of shimmer in it. The last shade is 07, which is the gold colour with shimmer, which is very different to the other shades but makes a really good colour for the inside of your eyes and brightening the whole look. 

My favourite thing about this palette is how pigmented all the shades are. A little goes a long way and they blend really well into each other. It's a really good palette for nights out and more intense looks, which I really love for the winter months as the evenings are darker and I think darker makeup suits a wintery environment. I will probably be wearing this palette on Christmas day in some way. These are all colours that I think will suit everyone and for four shades, I think there is a lot of combinations and looks that can be made with them.

(Shades above are 301, 302, 450, and 07)

Has anyone tried this or any other Inglot palettes before? What do you think?


  1. That golden shade is stunning! I've not heard a lot about Inglot but these shadows do look great x Nikita

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  2. Inglot has always the nicest eyeshadows :)

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  3. Inglot is really underrated here in the UK - I made a palette of their shadows and loved it! These shades are beautiful :)

    Jasmine xx

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