Inglot is famous for its freedom system, where you can buy refill pans and create your own palette. They sell concealers in pans too but not unless you have an empty palette (inglot one) to put them in. Fortunately due to unavailability of Full size cream concealer in my shade SA handed me over a refill pan to try out. Inglot Freedom System Cream Concealer MW 102 Rs 250, available at majorbrands.inI didn’t ask the SA what MW stands for but IMO it must be Medium Warm. It brilliantly matches my NC 44 skin tone. Inglot cream concealers come in number of shades which is a huge plus.
Texture & Formula – Its so creamy that almost looks like melting in the pan. I have to use my fingers to apply and that too only by dabbing and patting the product around my eyes. Its super creamy hence no matter how dry your eye area is, it would neither settle in fine lines nor accentuate them. Coverage – It provides medium coverage so if in case you have got dark circles around your eyes or blemishes across your face it may not cover them fully. I have bit discoloration on my eyelids and it evened them out, but it couldn’t camouflage a blemish on my nose.
In the picture below I have applied concealer under and on my eyelid. Staying power – It stays up for good 7-8 hours on me without creasing. Though you need to set it with a powder due its super creamy in texture, but once set it doesn’t budge.
I tried concealing a small zit on my face and concealer covered it pretty well.
Inglot Freedom System Cream Concealer provides medium coverage. Positive points would be blend-ability and good staying power without creasing. It just blends in and looks natural. Also if you buy the pan it would cost you just Rs 250 and this one pan would last a month even if used daily. Negative points would be coverage, it wouldn’t cover dark circles and blemishes completely also availability is another issue. I will not buy full size product due to the coverage issue even though I liked it more then MAC Select Cover Up concealer.
Ratings : 3.5/5