A quick post on what was a quick haul. I had less than 30 minutes of actual shopping time and a limited budget but I still managed to walk away from the Inglot Warehouse Sale with a sizable stash of beauty steals.
These Inglot lip colour pans were originally RM24 each.
Sale Price – RM7.20 each
They look similar but I was surprised at how differently they swatched, even the ones that looked almost the same. And they were very strongly pigmented and smooth to apply. This was my first time swatching Inglot and I was really impressed with the quality of these. I am so sorry for not having found Inglot sooner. Much, much love!
Were RM50. Sale Price – RM15.
A complete steal. I wish I’d grabbed a few more of these but I was so distracted by the lipstick table.
I picked up five shadows in total but gave two away. A girl should always share the spoils of a conquest 😉
AMC stands for Advanced Makeup Components. This was a random singular item that I forgot I had thrown into my basket but I decided to keep it anyway.
RRP – RM46
Sale Price – RM23
RRP – RM24
Sale Price – RM7.20
I discovered these a few minutes before leaving the sale. Regrets for running out of shopping time and not being able to pick up a few more. I love that they’re a true dark, dark brow colour without the red and brownish tinge that seems to be baked into so many brow colours these days. Perfect for gals with black hair who who don’t care to dye.
Next up is a Cult Product Alert!
The final item from my haul is a real eye opener and completely innovative because it works like magic and can be used on both lip and eye products but wait…what is it?!!
Duraline by Inglot’s is pure makeup alchemy.
This is by far one of Inglot’s most legendary products and can basically change the consistency of your dry makeup products to make them more intense and easier to apply.
Add a drop of Duraline to a little of any of your dry pigment products such as crushed shadows and mineral colours and you get a wet makeup product with greater intensity and longer wear.
One thing to note is that simply adding Duraline directly to a full product pan will tamper with the consistency of the pigments in that pan and that may not be what you want all the time. My advice for using Duraline is to only mix it into the amount of colour product you intend to use per application so do the mixing away from the original colour pan i.e. on your wrist or a clean artist’s palette.
Another thing you may want to note is that the Duraline formula is kind to sensitive skin and eyes and also safe for use on the waterline and with lip products too. This is great news for people like me with sensitive skin and eyes.
One of the best things about Duraline has got to be the fact that it can be used to extend the use of your makeup odds and ends. For example, instead of throwing out your broken colour pans, use a little Duraline to revive dried up liners and broken eyeshadow, brow and lip pans.
I know it looks small and sounds expensive for the 9ml that you get but it seems that a little does go a long way.
RRP – RM40
Sale Price – RM32
The Duraline comes in a little glass jar with a handy little droplet dispenser.
By the way, I managed to get an extra 10% off the final bill for all of my purchases because I paid for it all with a Hong Leong Bank credit card. What a happy, happy day for a haul!
I hope you enjoyed reading about this little Inglot haul of mine as much as I enjoyed hauling it.