Yesterday I did a soft metallic look with my Inglot eyeshadows. I had wanted to use the dull gold shade just all over my lids, but later decided to add some subtle crease color for more definition. I have mentioned it before but I need to say again, the Inglot eyeshadows are really pigmented, and easy to blend. I just had to lightly tap the eyeshadow pan with my brush [usually a MAC217] and apply it directly to my eyelids. The color went on smoothly and true to color.
I did prime my eyes, and I did not experience any creasing with these eyeshadows so far.
All products used:
Base: Shiseido White Lucent Spot Control Base UV, Chanel Vita Lumiere Aqua, La Mer Powder to set
Concealer: Shu Uemura Pro gel cealer
Cheeks: Inglot blush, Illamasqua Rumor [light contour] Guerlain Terra Inca Sublime Radiance [for some glow]
Lips: Tom Ford Blush Nude with Chanel 287 Glossimer
Eyes: UDPP, Inglot Matte 351 & Pearl 359 on browbone, Inglot Shine 06 all over lids, MAC Omega e/s on crease
Lower lids: UD Wasteland, Clinique Lower Lash Mascara
Liner: MUFE Aqua Liner No15 -- which is amazing, it looks like a regular black liner in my pictures, but it glistens all sorts of multi-color goodness in the daylight when I was out. And it doesn't fade nor smudge at all the whole day.