I had never heard of Inglot until the recent posts by Nicole's Mirror and Paris B. As we happened to be at Sunway Pyramid to have lunch at Mantra today, I popped into Inglot for a quick look.
By the way give Mantra a try it if you like North Indian food, even though they do a variety of Asian & fusion dishes just as well too. They're around the skating rink next to Dragon-I. We're like regulars there :)
Back to Inglot. It's located on the Ground Floor, next to Diva and opposite La Senza. The shop is a decent size with a nice open layout conducive to browsing.
The SAs were very knowledgeable about the product. The husband even remarked afterwards, from observing outside, that it looked like they were very attentive. In about 5 minutes I got a quick explanation about the brand without even asking.
- Inglot is a Polish brand.
- Products are made in Poland itself and not outsourced.
- Sticks to stringent EU rules and regulations.
- Creator of Inglot is a chemist.
- Innovative Freedom System, magnetic palettes in variety of sizes, stackable
The lipstick has a light berry scent. It's not cloying, and after a bit it's pretty unnoticeable.
What I like the most about the lipstick is the packaging. Simple classic black with white lettering. The cap clicks on tightly with a nice solid click. The base of the lipstick tube has a decent weight to it. That along with the shape of the lipstick, square with rounded corners, somehow it just feels real nice to hold in the hand for applying to the lips.
Small sampling of pricing
- Lipstick RM50
- Blush RM50
- Blush with AMC RM58
- Bronzer/Highligher RM86
- Freedom System Pan (4 face blush or equivalent size like 10 eyeshadow square) RM23-28
- Blush (for Freedom System) RM43
For more information, visit Inglot Cosmetics or Inglot Asia on Facebook