Inglot Freedom System Blushes 27, 52, 61, 66 – Review and Swatches


What Company SaysClassic face blush that adds healthy colour to one’s face. Rich formula allows smooth application and buildable colour.

The unique Freedom System allows you to mix and match products and colours to make your own custom designed palette of almost any size. All Freedom System palettes are eco-friendly and reusable. Products may be purchased with the palettes or individually.

Price: Rs. 450 per refill (6 gms)

What I think: First of all, I think Inglot as a brand is not talked about as much as it should be. It is very underrated in India. I feel its one of those brands which is at par with MAC while being priced at far less. I have quite a few eyeshadows and blushes from them and there is not a single one t hat I don’t like. Although their eyeshadows are a little hit and miss, their blushes are all amazing.

I currently have 4 blushes from them and they pretty much complete all my need. You can buy them in refills and put them in Z-palettes or you can buy them along with their casing from Inglot itself. I usually buy the refills, and fit them in my palettes. All the blushes I have are matte, I am yet to try their shimmer blushes. In general I prefer buying matte blushes, I can always add the glow on top, if I want to.

The blushes are extremely pigmented, one tap is more than enough. I usually use a duo fiber brush to make sure I don’t pick too much. They have a huge array of color selection. I am usually a fan of peachy blushes on me, but from Inglot, I bought all pink toned blushes. And these, I have fallen in love with.

They are very smooth to touch, very buttery. Because of the insane pigment, they can be a little tough to blend if you pick a lot of product. Just pick little amount, tap of excess, and swirl slowly on your cheeks, starting from the temple towards the mouth.

The color stays on me all day long without fading, I love how amazing their staying power is. The refill is of good size, you are never running out of them for sure.

27 – This one is a mauve-pink shade, perfect everyday blush. It is perfect for medium to darker skin tones, I love to wear it with my neutral makeup.

52 – This one is my favorite color, It is a cool toned pink that instantly brightens my face. I love how it totally perks up any makeup look. I like to wear it with a light hand and pair it with bright pink lips, it works like magic.

61 – This one is fuchsia pink, more warm than 52. It works with almost all my pink, purple lipsticks. It is very pretty on medium skin tones.

66 – This is one scary color. It almost looks a red with a very strong pink undertone, in the pan. It is probably the most pigmented of the lot, and you have to be very careful using it. It shows up very nicely on dark skin tones, and looks lovely with red lip colors.

Summing up pros and cons.

You’ll heart it coz:

  • Extremely pigmented
  • Smooth Texture, easily blendable
  • Available in refills, you can create your own palettes
  • Not too pricey
  • Staying power is great
  • Available in Inglot stores, and online on

You might hate it coz:

  • Because of the pigment, one needs to be careful while using these.

L to R: 27, 52, 61, 66 (With Flash)

L to R: 27, 52, 61, 66 (Without Flash)

Availability (in India)

These are great, high quality blushes. I cannot recommend them enough.

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