Showing posts with label Inglot. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Inglot. Show all posts

Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Inglot 321!

Happy Wednesday! Anyone else thrilled that Valentine's Day is over? LOL lamest holiday EVER!

GUESS WHAT?! I have another layering combo for you! First, an amazing blue that I received from my epic swap with Olivia. It's Inglot 321! I first saw this polish during my polish adventure in NYC last year. I was on a "budget" (who me? BUDGET?!) and only bought 5 polishes from the Inglot store. I probably would have bought more, but it was my last "stop" during that trip. If you remember my haul, you KNOW I bought PLENTY haha. So 321 and a few others were on my wishlist. Olivia kindly picked some up for me from an Inglot store in Poland. It has Polish (language) on the back of the polish (lacquer) LOL.

Inglot 321 is a frosty teal blue that gives a bit of a seafoam green flash at certain angles. It applied perfectly! Unfortunately, there are brush marks (which I hate), but the color is so beautiful that it distracts me from the lines. I applied 3 coats for the best coverage followed up by a coat of CND Air Dry.

Artificial light, no flash.

^ Polish on my polish!! ;-)

What do you think?

Inglot 321 retails for $10 in the US and can be purchased at any of the Inglot retail stores or from You can also go to to find a retailer near you.

Saturday, October 8, 2011

Inglot XL7!

You may remember my post when I took a trip to NYC last month. One of the stores I went to that day was Inglot Cosmetics in Times Square. It was the last store I visited, and definitely one of my favorites! I bought all of their flakies as well as this GORGEOUS blue glitter XL7. This is my first time using it because I was saving it for layering over a dark creme. Since I was wearing A England Lancelot, I thought it was a perfect opportunity to finally try it out!

Inglot XL7 is an opalescent blue glitter, square in shape, packed in a clear base. I love how well this covers, what you see here is only ONE coat! XL7 is not rough feeling or bumpy. It is nice and smooth, but hungry. I layered Gelous over top before adding a coat of Nubar Diamont.

Artificial light, no flash.


Inglot XL7 retails for $10 and is 15ml. You can purchase it online at or at one of the many Inglot stores around the world, click HERE to find one (hopefully) near you!