Yay, it's Ipsy review time! In December I did a get ready with me video & then in Januray I totally skipped it. But this month I thought I'd bring it back! Ipsy is my favorite of the two subscription services I'm subscribed to - redundant much? I love that you only get beauty related products and I'm a sucker for little bags. This months was sort of an ok month, I wasn't too blown away but I got to try something I hadn't before:
First, this bag is too cute. It's pretty sturdy & I think it would make a great bag for your purse for make up or little things. It seems like it's pretty water tight so should any thing spill from or onto the bag you won't have a mess in your purse! Like I said, I'm a sucker for little bags.
I've never tried anything from the brand Jesse's Girl or from JCat Beauty. This month I was excited to get an eyeshadow palette that was neutral. In December I got a smokey eye sort of trio & I'm more of a natural girl, really. I love that center peachy shade in the photo above but a lot of the shades in the palette seem to be very similar. Eyelashes are something I've failed at wearing only once so to get to try out a different brand is pretty great. These seem to be really dramatic & flirty. Now I can say I have my lash drawer stocked because I have some ones I purchased, these, & ones from Influenster. I love that Ipsy sends you coordinating things - like eyeshadow & lashes - so you can try out not just new products but new looks as well.
This Zoya polish in the color Odette is pretty too. I like Zoya because they hold up will & are just all around nice quality polishes. This is actually a lighter, lilac color than what this camera is picking up. I seriously haven't bought nail polish in ages because I get so many fun colors between Ipsy & BirchBox I don't need to pick new ones up any more!
Also thank you, thank you, thank you to all who signed up with my link because I got to 1000 points to earn one of three perks - I chose a Beauty Blender! Now let me say this - This. Sponge. Is. Amazing. All the hype is definitely true but I don't think you need to spend $26 on a sponge. It was wonderful to try & I might blow the money on one in the future. If you get the chance to try one for cheap I encourage it but I don't think it's really something to blow $$$ on.
I've gotten a few things from POP beauty before & they always seem to be in colors I don't care for. I want to retake my quiz on Ipsy but I'm scared because I usually love everything I get except for the bright pink POP beauty lip colors I get. But this lipgloss is nice - it's in a nice package, it's a decent size, and the gloss itself is nice. It actually feels really expensive and I might get more use out of it when the weather gets warmer. I do like this color of pink - it's not too bright & not too baby pink. This Dr. Lin Acne Spot Corrector is spot on for my type of skin. I like trying different spot treatments when I haven something that my even my tea tree oil won't calm down.
So, was this bag worth it?
Yep! Totally. Ipsy is always a hit for me even when one product stinks I still love Ipsy. Ipsy is all beauty products and that's why I love it so much. No other filler crap just fun beauty items. I also love Ipsy because the bag is like a challenge. Often times you get products that can work together to create a look. I think the bags are really well thought out - more so to me than BirchBox. Also, sometimes you get full sized products. Hooray for that!
If that all seemed amazing to you - 5 beauty product for $10 a month + free shipping - then go ahead & sign up. You can do so here.
Do you subscribe to Ipsy? If so, what do you love about the bag?