We found the Inglot counter after encountering a Macy's SA who vehemently denied the fact that they carried the brand. Therefore, from hence forth it shall be referred to as "Inglot" as it obviously does not exist.
$16 from "Inglot"
I think I only need to say 3 words to make you buy this:
This is just as well because "Inglot" isn't exactly too forthcoming with details for these lipglosses other than the fact that it contains no parabens. I guess this way you don't have any expectations of it ironing your clothes.
BUT IT'S HOLOGRAPHIC!!! A HOLOGRAPHIC LIPGLOSS!! HOLOGRAPHIC!!!
Yes, there is that all important factor.
The sole reason why I bought this lipgloss was because of that mesmerising holographic duo-chrome you see in that first photo. (BTW, is the proper term holographic or duo-chrome? I can't decide). I was so amused by this that I couldn't stop poking at it at the counter, and in the end, Justine just exasperatingly told me to either buy the darn thing or she was leaving without me.
In the tube, 544 (awesome name!) is a hot fuchsia pink with a white, green and orange flash. Sadly, the holo qualities gets lost outside of the tube. Swatched on my hand, the holo is only visible from a certain angle or if I poke or disturb it in some way. On lips, the orange flash is only fleetingly visible that instant you press your lips together.
Formula is non-sticky, but quite slippery. As a result wear time is rather short, I would say 2-3hrs max?
There is a slight cherry scent to this gloss and it comes with a doe foot applicator.
If you've got the $16 to blow, then I would say buy this just to amuse yourself, but if you don't, then rest assured it doesn't look special on.