New solid perfumes from Inglot

Inglot Green Fruit, Purple Musk, Mandarin Crush, Bright Amber and Golden Wood

Polish cosmetics brand Inglot has launched a set of five solid fragrances using their Freedom System of portable palettes. Green Fruit, Purple Musk, Mandarin Crush, Bright Amber and Golden Wood can be worn alone or layered.

Green Fruit ~ with coconut milk, plum, lotus, lily, heliotrope, orchid, cedar, amber and vanilla.

Purple Musk ~ the notes include bergamot, ivy, clary sage, orris, jasmine, rose, cinnamon, musk and tonka bean.

Mandarin Crush ~ featuring clementine, pomelo, apple, magnolia, peach flower, jasmine, musks, blonde woods and ambrette.

Bright Amber ~ with citrus, bergamot, mandarin, freesia, jasmine, vanilla flower, wood, amber, and cinnamon.

Golden Wood ~ the notes feature apricot, orange, sugared berries, orange blossom, osmanthus, peony, honey, woods and tonka bean.

Inglot Green Fruit, Purple Musk, Mandarin Crush, Bright Amber and Golden Wood have been available in Europe since May and will launch in the US next week. The fragrances are $12 each; palettes (single magnetized cases) are $8.

(via wwd, perfumerflavorist)

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  1. melissa says:

    That is cute! I think I’m experiencing perfume pica.

  2. scentfromabove says:

    The golden wood sounds nice. Cute idea.

    • Robin says:

      It is, although don’t know why they’re only making single palettes…seems wrong if they are advertising them as layerable.

      • Laurels says:

        Apparently they’re magnetic, and stack together.

        • Robin says:

          Yes, but to my mind that’s not nearly as useful as a palette that holds 2 or 3 pans (I’m picky about my palettes after years of buying MAC eyeshadows).

          • Laurels says:

            When it comes to eyeshadow, I tend to buy whatever’s on sale and/or won’t give me a rash, so I have no expertise in that area.

          • Robin says:

            Buying a separate palette for each scent is going to run up your cost pretty darned fast…they’re no longer bargain fragrances, they’re $20 a pop. That’s one of the points of MAC’s (or anybody’s) palette system…if you put 6 eyeshadows in 1 outer case, you save money on packaging, and have quick access to your collection.

            But now that I look at their collection, I bet these fit into their existing palettes.

  3. des esseintes says:

    Cutr and affordable. I guess the color is sheer. Otherwize they would look weird on the skin.

    • melissa says:

      Lush’s solid perfumes are colorful and you sometimes have to rub them a bit to get them to blend but after that they don’t show or stain.

      • des esseintes says:

        True! I have the Karma one. That’s the only concentration I can handle apart from the soapm

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