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Inglot – #855

Monday, 10 January, 2011

I always lament that there are no Inglot stores close to me…the closest are in Vegas and New York. I think that is a good thing…especially for my wallet. 😀 Quite possibly good for hubby’s sanity as well.

This is another bottle that I had purchased for my friend Kelly while I was living in India. I keep telling myself I have to send it back to her. I will, I promise, K!

The formula was good and dried quickly. This was opaque in 2 coats.

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Inglot – 709

Tuesday, 5 October, 2010
Inglot 709

I bought this color for my friend Kelly when I was living in India. This was my introduction to matte nail polishes and this was a fall 2008/spring 2009 color. I love it and the coverage was a dream. This dried quickly and was opaque in two very easy coats.

I wish Inglot was here in Northern California. I miss the store! 🙂

Inglot #710

Monday, 26 July, 2010

My first introduction to matte nail polish was by way of this brand, Inglot, in the Spring of 2009 when I was living in India. I couldn’t wrap my head around people simply not wanting a shiny finish! While this finish wasn’t 100% matte, it was very nice – like candle wax. It dried quickly but even with thin applications, this tended to bubble.

This is a gorgeous midnight blue.

What do you think?

Inglot – #891

Monday, 3 May, 2010

When we moved to India, I was having a hard time finding polishes I liked. MAC was a bit too pricey for me, Chanel was just far too overpriced for my taste…that and I already had the colors.

Wandering through Saket’s Select City Walk mall – which, by the way, if you ever have the chance to go there, go…it’s insanely gorgeous and a fun place to be in – I came across a store called Inglot. The packaging for Inglot is similar to MAC’s – black with white lettering.

Inglot was my first introduction to matte nail polish in the fall of 2008, but that matte polish color will be for another post. This post is the silver metallic grey that caught my eye. I hope you can see why. When first applied, it went on a very dark gun metal grey then when it dried all the silver mega mini micro glitter came out to play. The pictures do not do this justice.

Inglot doesn’t have names assigned to their polishes…merely numbers. I purchased several bottles for myself and a bunch for my fellow polish friend back in the States.

Inglot’s an Eastern European brand and it’s really very pretty, but the colors and bases were definitely made with the eastern european skin tone in mind. A lot of the colors ended up being super bright and scary on me. I gravitated towards the ones that were closer to black, dark grey and dark blue.

You can now find Inglot in New York City located in Times Square, by the way.

Pics of the gorgeous metallic grey below. 🙂