Ipsy is a $10 a month beauty subscription service. You get 4 to 6 deluxe sample or full-size beauty products to try out each month. Ipsy works with a wide range of companies from both the drugstore and high-end lines. I have been receiving glam bags for a little over a year now. I have been enjoying them a lot and would highly recommend them!

The Smash Box Photo Finish Foundation Primer is really nice! I really like how it feels! It is not too slippery like some primers can be and it helps makeup last for a long time.


J. Cat Beauty Liptitude Hydrating Lip Stain in Blow Your Mind is a pretty, bright pink shade. It is very creamy and does leave a slight stain if you wipe it off with a tissue. I don’t really care for the way it wore off from eating. It smells kind of nice, though; a light minty scent.


tre’StiQue Mini Shadow Crayon in Kona Coffee is a dark brown eyeshadow that can be smudged out into a nice medium brown. I really enjoyed running this along my lid close to the lash line, smudging it up onto the rest of my lid and then putting a bright, shimmery coppery-gold shadow on top.

BioRepublic SkinCare Sheet Masks These are really cool! I am so excited to try these! I hate that there are only one of each kind! They look so interesting. Have you every used any masks by this company? How did you like them?

N.Y.C. New York Color High Definition Liquid Liner  I have heard that this stuff is amazing. Sadly I am unable to test it out for a while. Somehow this one was skipped over being filled in the factory. There is not one drop of a hint of product in the tube. Ipsy care has been amazing about it and has put a replacement in the mail for me!


This Isn’t my favorite bag but I am not disappointed with it either. What did you like about your glam bag this month?

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❤️ Liz

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