Monday, November 13, 2017

Ipsy Glam Bag - March 2017


What is Ipsy?: Ipsy is a monthly subscription that sends 4-5 beauty/makeup products plus a different makeup bag each month. They also have a referral program where you earn points. Be sure to use your points within a year of earning them, though, because they do expire. They have expanded the points program to give you additional points by sharing your bag and following their content creators on social media accounts!

How Much is Ipsy?: Ipsy is only $10 per month shipped to the United States or $10 plus shipping ($4.95) to Canada. 

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This bag was so cute!



I love this!


The March bag folds over to be a little clutch. I love the size of this bag, I wish they would always use bigger bags! The color is such a gorgeous shade of pink 


Doucce Freematic Eyeshadow (Marisa) ($8.75) - This is a nice single shade, and I like that it came covered so I could leave it like this or put it in a magnetic pan. The shade is really pretty, a nice orangey pink metallic with some darker flecks. It applies well enough but was a little patchy with a finger application. There was also some fallout, which was unfortunate because it's actually a really pretty color. 

Tarte Tarteist Quick Dry Matte Lip Paint (Rosé) ($3.33) - If you haven't tried the Tarteist lippies, especially the matte ones, you're missing out. They come in a ton of shades and the formula is so good. It is a true matte but it doesn't dry you out or make your lips feel like they're the Sahara desert. 

Eva NYC Mane Magic 10-in-1 Primer ($2.50) - I've been using this primer for a while now, recently. It doesn't seem to be doing any harm but I've found it makes my hair greasier than if I weren't to use this primer. At this point, I can't tell if I'm using it because I think it's doing something or because I don't want to waste it.


ModelCo Eye Define Eye Liner ($15.00) - Just your typical crayon black liner. I honestly wish these were outlawed from subscription boxes, I give so many away and they keep coming around. At least send me some colorful liners, you know?

Elizabeth Mott Blending Brush ($16.00) - This actually has become my favorite blending brush. It's denser than most other blending brushes so you can pick up more product and apply the product better as well. The handle is a little bit shorter than I'm used to, which is my only complaint.


Swatches L-R: Tarte, Doucce, ModelCo.


This bag was valued at $45.58, well over the cost. I definitely found my new favorite blending brush, so that alone made up for the cost of the bag. 

As always, let me know what you thought of this bag in the comments!