After reading Charlotte’s blog @ Lipglossing last week about Inglot I had the biggest itch to try out this brand, this is because I had never heard of the brand before but loved the concept they had in place. Basically, you choose from a selection of palettes they have on offer ie trios, qauds etc. Once you have chosen a palette you can then mix & match from with their square & round eyeshadow pans, lipstick pans, concealer pans etc. This system is called the Freedom System which gives the customer total control over what products/colour they include in their palette which is great as I am sometiemes put off by the colour combos in some ready made palettes.
If you are as indecisive as I am then I would not reccomend this shop to you as I spent about an hour in the shop before finally deciding which palettes to go with and also what colours I wanted (even with assistance from a friend!!). Inglot have such a wide selection of colours to choose from for all of their products, trust me you will notice it before you even walk into the shop (I felt like a kid in a sweet shop). I eventually went for the quad palettes for the larger eyeshadow pans and the trio palettes for the lipcolour pans.
My only negative about this quad eyeshadow palette is that I dont like the magnets that hold it in place and the way it opens up because of it but other than that I have no problems with it so far.