Inglot AMC Cream Concealer 66 Review and Swatches
By Contributor: Mahima
So, this is going to be my first review ever! And I’m going to start with this cream concealer by Inglot. Being a teenager I have suffered from acne and I just hate the scars they leave behind, even though I have been able to get rid of those but still I wanted a full coverage concealer which I could use to deal with those occasional breakouts or enemies I should say. So I went to the Inglot store and the MUA suggested me to buy this particular concealer, I had already heard so much about it so I though of giving it a go.
Inglot Claims: Rich in vitamin A and E, the cream concealer uses pigments and light to provide the SOFT FOCUS effect! Read more here
Inglot 66 is a yellow based product, which gives a dewy effect to the skin without looking cakey at all. I like to use it for my undereyes, around my nose and on blemishes if any. I don’t really have too much of problematic skin but I can guarantee for sure that this concealer can cover really well. You might need to wait for about 10 sec before blending it in to get the best coverage as it is extremely creamy. It brightens the area beautifully.It will work really well for people with dry skin as it doesn’t accentuates the dry patches, as well as for people with oily or combination skin, but you might have to set it with a powder.
Packaging: Well, it comes in a black cardboard box and inside you have the concealer in a cute little pot, the pot is quite similar to the paint pots by MAC. The ingredients are written clearly. I feel the packaging is fine but I don’t like the fact that you have to dip your finger in it, as it could be a bit unhygienic, I wish it came with a small brush, I personally use it with a MAC 217 .
Texture: this concealer has an extremely smooth soft and buttery texture, it glides on like a dream. It does feel a bit sticky but nothing too much and the best part is that it doesn’t looks cakey at all.
Staying power: The staying power is same as the mac studio finish concealer, actually I feel its better as It stays on my combination skin for about 7-8 hours after setting it with a powder.
Things which rocked (pros) about Inglot AMC Cream Concealer:
- Good staying power.
- Creamy in texture, easy to blend.
- Brightens the area beautifully.
- Suits my skin tone perfectly.
- Haven’t broken me out.
- Expensive but worth trying.
- Sleek packaging, easy to carry, full list of ingredients mentioned.
- Gives an extremely natural finish, doesn’t look cakey at all and the coverage is buildable.
- A little can go a long way.
- Can be work without any foundation underneath.
- Comes in various shades and also correctors like green and salmon.
- Perfect for almost every skin type except the most oily ones.
- PARABEN FREE.
Things which shocked (cons) about Inglot AMC Cream Concealer:
- Might not suit be suitable for extremely oily skin.
- Doesn’t covers up blemishes if blended immediately. It needs to be left for about 10 sec to get the best results.
VNA Rating: 4.5/5
Final verdict: Inglot AMC Cream Concealer 66 is a really good product and is worth trying once, you have to be a little patient while trying this out, at first it might seem that its way too creamy but as I said leave it for a few sec and then blend it out to get the most flawless application. And for people with oily/combination skin, setting with a bit of powder is what is required to make it work. I would definitely recommend it!