Ipsy's November Glam Bag
Hey, hey, it's Saturday, my favorite day of the week! I've got a full weekend planned of writing, busy work, outside things, and family time. What are your plans? Well, it's that time of the month again...yep, you guessed it, Ipsy time! Let's get started.
Here's the bag and card. At first, I thought the bag was covered constellations, but I was wrong. Actually, I was half-right. The bag is a velour-style, dark blue bag with makeup items styled as constellations. It fits the theme of the month: Rockstarlet.
The contents of the bag.
First up, Ofra Comestics Banana Highlighting Powder. I'm more apt to use a highlighter over bronzer, so I'm definitely using this next time I get dressed up to go out.
This is Nuxe Paris' Nuxellence Detox creme. It's touted as a detoxifying and anti-aging creme. If that's the case, then I'm expecting it to lightly lift, tone, and revive aging complexion. We shall see! I love getting face creams to try, as they can be quite expensive (for quality ones), so doesn't always fit my budget.
Next up, Skone's Brow Wand. The one eyebrow pencil I received from Ipsy quickly became my favorite, and I had been wondering what I would do when it ran out! Luckily, I've received another. It's the same, perfect color as my last one (dark brown), with a spoolie on one end--this one, unlike my other one, has a cap though!--but the pencil itself is shaped like a triangle. I'm going to have to research this one a bit before I use it as I've never used a triangular brow pencil before.
As I've mentioned in past Ipsy posts, the Balm makes my new favorite colored eyeshadow (Matt (tri)Mony). This month, I've received a new product from the Balm called Mad Lash. It's (obviously) a mascara. It has a curved wand and plastic spike bristles. These are the kind that are built-in/part of the brush itself, and I've had good luck with those. I'm happy to own it as one can never have too many mascaras!
Last, but not least, is another item from Starlooks. It's a lip gloss in the color Rose Gold. I love lip glosses. They're more appropriate for a day look, but are great to put over a bold color for a shiny night look. It's really pretty, and, like you'd expect, it's a pretty pink color with a touch of shimmery gold. I can't wait to use it.
And there you have it, another successful month of Ipsy. Ipsy is inexpensive and the perfect way to try out makeup items! Head over to their website for more info: https://www.ipsy.com/