MAKEOVER

The Advertiser - SA Weekend - - COVER -

IN­GLOT Cos­met­ics is my favourite make-up shop, and there’s a rea­son I’ve been go­ing back for five years.

Not only are the girls – all trained make-up artists – su­per friendly, they’re pro­fes­sional, make you feel spe­cial and you know you’re get­ting top-qual­ity prod­ucts ap­plied to your skin. You also get to re­deem the cost of the treat­ment in In­glot prod­ucts – $70 for the makeover plus a $10 ap­pli­ca­tion fee if you’re hav­ing false lashes ap­plied.

I needed my make-up done for an event re­cently, so In­glot was my first choice. When you first en­ter In­glot, it looks like a stan­dard make-up re­tail store, but there are three chairs up the back of the store with big mir­rors and lights (think Hol­ly­wood van­ity mir­ror).

My make-up artist was Myra. She got to work, ask­ing me ques­tions about my out­fit, how I wanted my make-up done and what the event was for. I trust the girls at In­glot, so I usu­ally let them pick what they think will look good on me. I ended up with a nat­u­ral smoky eye and bright pink lip to go with my black and white dress.

In­glot is a re­tail store, so the girls do have to serve cus­tomers from time to time. Al­though it can be an­noy­ing, all is for­given when you get an amaz­ing end re­sult.

Now, to plan­ning my next ex­cuse, I mean event, to have a makeover. THE TREAT­MENT Makeover $70 plus $10 for eye­lash ap­pli­ca­tion (about 1 hour) WHERE Shop 127, Run­dle Mall, Ade­laide, 0434 365 814, in­glotaus­tralia.com

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