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Inglot Freedom System Blush AMC #58: Review, Swatch, Price in India

By Lana Ray @crazybeautyland

For the longest time, I ignored my powder blushes. When I was in college (well technically, I still am), they seemed a bit much: washing the brushes every week, making sure that they blush is applied exactly at the right spot, blending it out so that it would look natural etc. is too much work for someone who wakes up three-fourths of an hour before class starts. I relied on the liquid-mousse blushes from Rimmel, so convenient for all those times I didn't have the time. Now that I've begun work (technically, its an internship) I tend to take it more seriously than I did college and actually wakeup couple of hours before I have to leave. Since I'm not bound by any household duties, I can spend all time I want on prepping myself up, and that's why I pulled out a much neglected and lovely blush from the Inglot Freedom System : AMC #58.

Inglot Freedom System Blush AMC #58: Review, Swatch, Price in India

Price: Rs.450 (may have increased)

Availability: Majorbrands (AMC not stocked yet) & Inglot stores

Can be stored in palettes, see mine here.

My take on Inglot Blush Refill AMC #58

: 58 is a warm toned everyday pink on my cheeks. In the pan it looks like a dusky pink meets mauve color and when photographed, it looks reddish. But the swatches are true to what it appears on me. It might be more mauve on duskier skin tones. It does brighten up the face a little bit. I have included pictures of how it looks indoors and how it looks in daylight because my camera wasn't picking up the color properly :( It's a great color to wear to work, or even to college if you want. Its one of those colors that you can put anytime you're confused about what color to wear with a smokey eye look or when you just want a little color to your face.

: It has a buttery smooth texture, on the downside, it's very powdery. The first few times I applied it, I always swiped my brush across the pan and there was SO much powder fall out in the pan & a lot of product got wasted. I then switched to a Texture dab-and-pat technique. I dab the brush on the pan and then par it onto my cheeks. It blends in effortlessly, if you ever feel that you have put too much of it, you can just blend out the excess color.

Pigmentation : It's a very pigmented color, that's another reason why recommend the dab-and-pat technique. That way the color blends into the skin effortlessly. If you're used to swiping your blush on, you will end up with a lot of color on your cheeks. But it is easy to blend away excess color

: On my best day, aka, the day I just lie around at home and do nothing, it lasts 6 hours after which there is a faint hint left. However, when I travel and go to work etc. it doesn't stay that long. I think it stays for 4 hours or so, which is disappointing considering this is from the Advanced Makeup Component (AMC) range.

Inglot Freedom System Blush AMC #58: Review, Swatch, Price in India

Close up AMC #58 facing the sunlight. The perforation marks are coz I dab the brush

Inglot Freedom System Blush AMC #58: Review, Swatch, Price in India

AMC #58 in daylight (actual color)

Inglot Freedom System Blush AMC #58: Review, Swatch, Price in India

Swatches- Left: in daylight, Right: facing sunlight

Inglot Freedom System Blush AMC #58: Review, Swatch, Price in India

I love the color, smoothness and pigmentation of this blush. It also blends effortlessly. On the downside, it is very powdery so I have to be careful while putting it on or a lot of it gets wasted. It also has a poor wear time for its price. If you like the color, you should definitely go for it, you won't be disappointed by the quality of the product!

PS: Did you notice AMC is also an anagram for MAC ?...hehehe


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