I first encountered Inglot, through a friend of mine who is based in Dubai, when she lend me her costumizable palette from then on I got fascinated by this brand sadly its nowhere to be found here in the Philippines. But after many years, it is good to know that Inglot has finally arrived in our islands with its flagship store at Glorietta 5 (right beside Starbucks).
Inglot has been around for 30 years and they have over 400 stores across the globe. The Philippines is the second country in Southeast Asia to have an Inglot distribution outlet next to Malaysia
Inglot cosmetics is the brainchild of chemist Wojciech Inglot during the height of communist rule in Poland. His vision is to produce highest possible quality of raw materials that are healthy, free from harmful chemicals (such are parabens) that are usually used by cheaper products. Quality is of highest regard to their company but when it comes to pricing, Inglot products are priced 20 to 30 percent lower than make up brands that are at their par. Well, after seeing the prices at my surprise they really are little cheaper than other makeup brands.
The ladies behind The Laverne Luxury Group headed by, Michelle Lim – Gankee, Hazel Lim – Lee Hok, Pauline Lim and their friend Stephanie Borbe (not in photo).
The three siblings are not new when it comes to family owned business their family is the name behind Sterling Paper and Dona Maria Rice Mills. Definitely, having the background of leading these family businesses gave the Lim’s an edge in getting the franchise of Inglot Philippines.
Host and PR Consultant – Martha Sta. Barbara with Inglot Philippine’s Chief Make – Up Artist – Mickey See.
Fellow beauty bloggers listening attentively.
Inglot is best known for the “Freedom Palette” which is conceptualized by Mr. Inglot himself. Where you can choose your case from as small as a duo to a 40 piece palette! They have about 450 lip products, 500 eye products, 350 face products and 300 nail products. If you were to mix and match all these, there are about 3,000,000,000,000,000 combinations. There are infinite possibilities in making your own palette. In short, name it they have it.
Just like what Hazel Lim – Lee Hok have said, “Inglot will surely be a hit in the Philippines since it represents one thing that Filipinos treasure and that is freedom. Why not get a democratic make up brand for a democratic country.”
WARNING: The following photos will make you drool over their make – up and might want to rush to their store right now.
Inglot’s freedom bar.
Your’s truly, checking out these babies for my own palette.
To get started with your freedom palette adventure, you need to decide what kind of palette you will use which ranges from duo up to 10 piece. They cost at around 375 to 1,900. Then get these order form (above) to place the stuff that you wanted to be placed on your own palette.
Different kind of blushes from matte to shimmery at 495 php each.
Beauty bloggers and Make – up enthusiast getting their hand on the freesdom bar. Here’s Ana Victorino striking a post.
Aside from their much acclaimed freedom palette, Inglot also houses a lot of other make – up that you can choose from.
Highly Pigmented eye poders at 995 php each.
Tubes of lipglosses.
One of their innovative product is the O2M (stand for Oxygen and Moisture) Breathable Nail Enamel that allows air and water to pass through cheers for healthier nails. Each bottle cost at 650 php while regular enamel cost 450 php each.
Here’s my very own Freedom Palette!
Thank You so much Inglot Philippines, Laverne Sisters and When in Manila.com for having me at this event. I can’t wait to get another palette or buy their much acclaimed Gel Liner and O2M Nail enamel.
Ground Floor Glorietta 5, Makati City
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Would you like me to post a make – up tutorial using this freedom palette of mine? Tell me ladies and I will gladly grant your request. ❤