INGLOT Freedom System Empty Palette – 10 Rounds Review

Posted on May 3 2014 - 10:00am by poonam

Inglot Freedom System Empty Palette – 10 Rounds Review

Hello Everyone.. Most of you would be aware of my INGLOT love these days.. (telling you right away!!). I am still drooling over the fabulous FREEDOM SYSTEM eye shadows and lipsticks. Along with them (Here), I also ordered an empty Palette from to store and stack these beauties. I wanted a Palette for Square eye shadow Pans in a travel friendly size, so decided to get the 10 pan Palette… (Aaahhh.. OOOpps) I made a mistake here by overlooking the details and see what I actually got 10 Round Pan Empty Palette.

Inglot Freedom System Eye Shadow Palette-10

These are magnetic palettes with a sturdy metallic base and a translucent glass lids with magnets fitted at all the 4 corners of both of them. Remove the eye shadows form the plastic cases they come with and stack them on the empty rounds of the palette. To rearrange or get the pan out of the palette use the tiny magnets at the corners of the lid to pull the pan out of the palette and place your eye shadows where ever you want. I wouldn’t recommend using nails or any other sort of pointed material to the pull the pans as slight deflection can land you on the eye shadow powder in the pan which would get spoiled like nobody’s business. So, use only the magnetic ends of the lid to get the pan out. Due to the tiny size of the magnet sometimes it takes time but will definitely come out with a bit of patience.

Inglot Freedom System Magnetic Empty Eye Shadow Palette

The palette is sturdy and heavy. I like its matte finished black body with a translucent lid having INGLOT printed all over it. The translucent lid indicated the color of the eye shadows lying beneath. The magnets on the lid connects perfectly with the pan base and wouldn’t move until handled manually, the eye shadows pans are not going to move or slip from their positions easily until they are forced to get out by the magnetic lid. The palette is great for travel-purposes and will keep all your eye shadows safe and secure. Its sleek design and matte black casing will just stole your heart away.

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These Freedom System empty palettes are available in 2, 3, 4, 5, 10, 20 and 40 pan palettes size both with round and square shaped pan places. (And I ordered the only round palette available on Majorbrands.. this is called bbadluck!!! :-X ) . I also have one with 5 Rounds(Again Round@@@ with an attached lid just like a geometry( schoool timee.. ) which is opaque but sturdy and easy to use.

Anyhow, no more moaning and complaining, I will just have few more round Eye shadow to complete my 10 Round pan palette and a brand new for all my Square shaped eye shadow pans.. that means more shopping.. (woohhooo..)

Recommendation:- Inglot Freedom System Empty Palettes are a great way to store refill pans and make it easy for you to travel with them but their price is on the expensive side. No doubt that their lavish look and heavy sturdy body justify their price but I wouldn’t be buying them until they are on sale. I am on a hunt for an inexpensive substitute to these empty palettes and save some bucks.. 😛

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Rating:- 4.5/5 (-.5 deducted just for their price)

Have you tried Inglot Freedom System Empty Palette – 10 Rounds? How you store you eye shadow or lipstick refill pans?

18 Comments so far. Feel free to join this conversation.

  1. shilpiMarch 28, 2013 at 10:53 AM - Reply

    don’t know why r they so pricey…?

    • poonamMarch 28, 2013 at 11:05 AM - Reply

      Yes dear.. just wish they were as affordable as their eye shadows and lipsticks.. 🙂

  2. pragyaMay 3, 2014 at 10:29 AM - Reply

    Poo babes, we are so same these days, even I am in hunt of a nice cheap pallet to store my 9 inglot shadows but I am a bit confused, as in to buy these or to rather DIY one with metallic box…pattanahi but 1400 or more definitely sound so nooo!!!!

    • poonamMay 4, 2014 at 8:22 AM - Reply

      woo… thats great.. I have created one for myslef to store square shaped pans usig a metallic geometry box and that works great too.. just that it is not as sleek as this one but considering the price difference i will suggest to go for DIY one.. 😀

  3. SwatiMay 3, 2014 at 3:15 PM - Reply

    Why are these empty palettes so ridiculously priced? 🙁 🙁

    • poonamMay 4, 2014 at 7:54 AM - Reply

      hahha… wish we could ask this to the brand.. 😛

  4. tejinderMay 3, 2014 at 5:51 PM - Reply

    Nice review …looks a great palette…:):)

  5. milyMay 3, 2014 at 5:57 PM - Reply

    these are very very expensive..the 2 square pan pallette comes for 1400…and btw..inglot has stopped making thse round refills and pallettes 🙁

    • milyMay 3, 2014 at 5:59 PM - Reply

      i mean they are available online for time being but the stores have stopped keeping them…

  6. Shivi@COSMOCHICSMay 3, 2014 at 8:30 PM - Reply

    Looks amazing! the pics are so gorgeous! 🙂

    • poonamMay 4, 2014 at 7:51 AM - Reply

      Thankss a lott Shivi.. 🙂 .. I love this palette.. 🙂

  7. laksMay 3, 2014 at 9:55 PM - Reply

    thats a pretty looking palette dear 🙂

    • poonamMay 4, 2014 at 7:52 AM - Reply

      The price is on the higher side but the quality makes it worth it! 🙂

  8. AtreyeeMay 4, 2014 at 8:56 AM - Reply

    Nevertheless, it was a nice choice… the case looks so pretty with your vibrant eye shadows. 🙂

    • poonamMay 6, 2014 at 9:08 PM - Reply

      Thanks Atreyee.. just waiting to fill it up completely.. 😀

  9. divyaOctober 15, 2014 at 12:22 AM - Reply

    Hi this is divya
    I live in ahmedabad
    I was interested in buying inglot eyeshadow but empty pallets are very expensive
    do we have any other options to store square shaped eyeshadow. .
    If you have any information please let me know..

    • poonamApril 6, 2015 at 11:35 AM - Reply

      Hi Divya,

      You can wither try to get hold of Empty Z palettes..( from US) and INGLOT does have a squre shaped palette as well to store them

      Also, you can make a DIY shadow storage using a magnetic sheet and a geometry box! 🙂

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