Highly concentrated loose coloured powder that ranges from subtle to ultra-intense effects depending on application. The product contains sponge gourd oil and almost 90% pure pigment. Can be mixed with DURALINE to create liquid forms of all pigment colours.Please note: Pigments are sold by weight, not volume. Containers can appear to be less than full due to settling of the product.Hypoallergenic.
- Huge range of colours
- Highly concentrated loose coloured powder
- From subtle to ultra intense effect, depending on application
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How to use product
- Light colours can be applied with the eye shadow applicator, dark colours are recommended to be applied with the brush
- With few drops of DURALINE prepare small amount of gel. Use brush 31T for a line and brush 13P for a gel eyeshadow
I use these pigments in mainly two ways. As an eye-shadow and sometimes as a body shimmer.
Posted on 10/4/2016
I am simply in love with this pigment. It's a duo chrome shade of brown and golden olivey kind of green. If you use a matte brown shade as a base then it's more like brownish olive gold on the lids.A Nice eye shadow with lovely colours, a must have!
Posted on 6/14/2016
It's one of the must haves from Inglot. The duo chrome pigments are very versatile. Unlike other brands Inglot pigments are not powdery and loose rather they are heavy and wetter that is they don't fly in opening the jar. You can also use it along with Inglot Duraline to create a intense look that stays really long. All in all highly recommended!
Posted on 4/5/2016
I thought it would be more like a color but it is more like glitter however I was not disappointed once I applied it. I used this pigment directly on the lid, as well as over smokey eye. It works so well. It looks more like high quality glitter. The shade is so sexy and it is very easy to apply. On naked lids it looks subtle and over a smokey eye it adds another dimension. It did not irritate me eyes, and my eyes are very sensitive. I had it on around 3 hours and it did not budge so I think staying power is well.
Posted on 8/14/2015
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