I think you'll probably know at this stage that I love autumn and everything about it. We're talking weather, food, clothes and makeup. Oh the makeup! I can't get enough of warm toned shadows this time of year and Inglot's What A Spice collection is pure autumn perfection. With a range of shadows, lipsticks, lip liners and nail polishes in the What A Spice collection, Inglot have killed it this season!
I was sent four of the ten eyeshadows from the collection and have my eye on one more, shade 300, which I think will make the perfect transition shade to work with these beauts. The freedom eyeshadows are only €6 (you get the eyeshadow in the pan as shown in the photos below, not in a palette), the freedom palettes can be bought here and you can get as big or as small a palette as you'd like. The Freedom system flexi palette in black is €22 and you can put whatever you want in it as the base is magnetic.
But let's talk eyeshadow shall we?
Shade 299 is a deep, rich mid toned brown shade with copper undertones to it and I'd be happy to go about my life with it all over my eyelid as a wash of colour, or under my lower lashes to add a bit of interest to a neutral eye.
Shade 303 is unlike anything else in my collection and things like that make me happy. I've no deep dusky pink shades at all and I've been enjoying using it and trying something new.
Shade 304 is a cool toned brown and is one of those staple colours to have in your collection if you're fond of a smoky eye. Shades like this one are great for adding definition in the outer corner and along the lash line if you don't want to tackle a winged liner. There is not one single time in life where I can get an eyeliner flick to work when I'm under any kind of time constraint, so it's smudgy smoky eyes all the way.
Shade 305 is a warm mid toned brown with light golden undertones to it. Any time I've used this, I've watched my eyes change colour! Ok, not literally, but warm shades like this one make my eyes so much greener and who doesn't want their eyes to pop?
It goes without saying that Inglot do some of the best eyeshadows on the market. I've spoken in detail about their colour payoff, lack of fall out and their fantastic quality in general so I won't repeat myself. Even though I kind of just did. Yes, going into an Inglot shop can be daunting when you're trying to pick out shades because the selection is massive, but having collections like this one makes it a bit easier to whittle it down and the staff are always really helpful if the shadows all start to look the same!
Stay tuned to my Instagram (@lovelygirlybits) for looks using the shades but until then, if you're on the hunt for some gorgeously warm toned eyeshadows to get your smoky eye on, then check out the What A Spice collection online or in stores now.
Time for me to pick up shade 300... And maybe 301...