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Savannah Sunset by INGLOT (Make up Look + Review)

October 31, 2014


Hello my darlings! I have a very exciting post for all of you! A month ago, I attended the launching of Savannah Sunset Collection by INGLOT in collaboration with Disney’s THE LION KING. I was ecstatic because it was actually my first time going to INGLOT’s New York Studio and also getting to play with their products because I’ve never tried them. Their studio is beautiful, a make up paradise! And the event was really nice. They had drinks, food, sweets and make overs. I went home with the best gift bag ever! A surprise from Disney’s The Lion King and of course the Savannah Sunset Collection.

Click the spoiler to read everything you would wanna know about INGLOT Cosmetics and Disney’s THE LION KING! Both companies have been around for years and they’re amazing! About INGLOT Cosmetics: INGLOT Company was established 30 years ago by Wojtek Inglot, a young chemist working R&D department of a pharmaceutical company at that time. His principal objective was to produce high quality products at fair and reasonable prices, using the best ingredients and raw materials from the most reputable suppliers. All INGLOT cosmetics are produced within the European Union and 95% of them are manufactured in their own state of the art production facilities. They work with talented make-up artists and color consultants to brinf the latest trends in color, texture, and form to the marker. Their unique Freedom System allows customers to experiment with countless shades and color combinations of different face products, providing an excellent opportunity to create customized color palette. You can find INGLOT Cosmetics in about 500 retail locations worldwide.

About Disney’s THE LION KING: is the highest-grossing Broadway show in New York history and one of the most popular stage musicals in the world. Since its Broadway premiere on November 13, 1997, 22 global productions have been seen by more than 70 million people! Produced by Disney Theatrical Productions (under the direction of Thomas Schumacher), THE LION KING is only the second show in history to generate five productions worldwide running 10 or more years. Translated into seven different languages (Japanese, German, Korean, French, Dutch, Spanish and Portuguese), productions of THE LION KING can currently be seen on Broadway, London’s West End, Hamburg, Tokyo, Madrid,Sao Paulo, Sydney, Australia and on tour across North America, the U.K., and Japan. The Autralian production marks the tenth concurrent worldwide production of THE LION KING, the highest number of productions running at any one time in the show’s history. To date, THE LION KING has played 19 countries on every continent except Antartica.

THE LION KING is now playing at the Minskoff Theatre (200 West 45th Street, New York, NY)

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I have been meaning to show you beauties what I worked on with my lovely friend Jackie. We decided to do a collaboration and came up with a “Fall-Theme” make up look using the products that we received from INGLOT Cosmetics. We did an outdoor photo shoot at Central Park. We thought the foliage is definitely perfect since the color palette really screams Autumn. All photos were taken by Jackie, she’s amazing! Go over to Jackie’s Blog, to see what look she came up with, her review and swatches of the collection!

How did I do this look?
I started off by applying a blending color all over my crease, I used #40 which is the face blush. Then I took the eyeshadow #329 to create a soft cut crease look. I kept adding and blending that matte dark brown shade on top of my lids until I got my desired blend of colors. I then applied the darkest shade from the rainbow eyeshadow #108R all over my eyelid for a pop of color. The last shade I took was #606 and put that on my lower lash line. I created a winged out line using the Felt Tip Eyeliner Pen to shape my eyes. Curled up my lashes, tightlined my waterline using a black eye pencil and defined my lashes using the Secret Volume Mascara. I applied #40 which is a classic face blush on the apples of my cheeks for a healthy glow. Stained my lips with #20 and my Fall-theme make up look was done!


INGLOT and THE LION KING came together through their shared passion for richness and vibrancy of color reminiscent of African Savannah sunsets and starry nighttime skies. This inspiring collection is a majesty of colors which consists of INGLOT Freedom System Eye Shadow Palette #606, 108R, and #329, Face Blush #40, Freedom System Lipstick Palette #20 and #21, Nail Enamel in #042, Secret Volume Mascara, and INGLOT Felt Tip Eyeliner Pen.

#606 – is a shimmery gold shade with a pearl finish.
#108R – three tones of the same shade of eye shadow provided in one. This has orange hues.
#329 – is a fully matte dark brown shade.
#40 – is a rosy-colored face blush. It has a mix of peach, pink and brown shade with gold shimmers.
#20 – is between bright and pure orange.
#21 – is a brown shade with gold glitters.
Secret Volume Mascara – has a densely packed silicone brush that could give you a natural or intense volume.
Felt Tip Eyeliner Pen – is a deep black eyeliner with a soft felt tip that delivers precise result whether drawing a very thin or thick line.

How much are they?
The eyeshadow and lipstick pans are $7 each, Rainbow Eyeshadow is $9, face blush pan is $11, Felt Tip Eyeliner Pen is $16 and the Secret Volume Mascara is $14. You can purchase all of these stuff at Inglot’s website. Scroll down for all the links you need!

What I think about the products? This is not going to be a full review of each products mentioned above. If you have any questions after reading my thoughts and experiences about the collection, don’t hesitate to leave a comment or send me an email.

I’m gonna start off with the packaging, definitely one of the best I’ve ever owned. It’s sleek, interesting and very unique. If you’re a make up junkie, INGLOT is a must have in your collection! Thinking about Disney’s THE LION KING, the chosen color palette is perfection. At first I thought that the orange eyeshadows were scary and not wearable, I was wrong. These are great pop of colors for a smokey eye look or a neutral everyday look. You could use them alone or you can mix them to create your own shade. #40 is the perfect pink blush! It gives you a very natural looking rosy cheeks. I can’t even stress enough how pigmented these shadows are! Definitely one of the best and high quality make up I’ve ever tried. The Felt Tip Eyeliner Pen was super easy to work with. I didn’t a have a hard time drawing from a thin to a winged out line. It goes on smoothly and true to color, deep black. The Secret Volume Mascara gave me a thick, longer and more defined lashes. I didn’t have any problems with the application, no clumping or anything. The lipsticks go on nice and creamy as well. Although I did have a a little hard time applying it, probably because I didn’t moisturize my lips before putting it on. So that’s one thing to remember! The shades are beautiful, very fall appropriate. Overall, I am very happy and impressed with INGLOT Cosmetics and their Savannah Sunset Collection. The color selection is excellent!

Check these links out to see the look that my friend Jackie came up with, more products from INGLOT Cosmetics and if you’re planning to go see the Disney’s THE LION KING! | |

Disney’s THE LION KING is definitely a must watch Broadway show! It’s amazing! If you decide to go and see it, make sure to keep your ticket and bring it to the INGLOT store in Times Square and like their facebook fanpage. You’ll received a 20% discount on your total or you can get a free makeover!

What do you beauties think about the Savannah Sunset Collection by INGLOT? or what do you think about INGLOT Cosmetics in general? Have you seen the Disney’s THE LION KING?

DISCLOSURE: The products mentioned in this post were gifted by INGLOT COSMETICS as a guest of their launching event of the Savannah Sunset Collection. All opinions are my own and 100% honest, editorial samples do not, in any way, affect the outcome of product reviews.

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1 Comment

  • Rouge
    November 3, 2014 at 8:02 pm

    Looks fantastic! I love how companies pick favorites and create palettes! At least this palette is a lot more wearable than the Simpson one by Mac! Lol! Great review xoxo

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