Finally received my Glam bag from IPSY. I do not understand why it have been taking longer then usual to get to me. My daughter received hers almost a week before I received mine. No matter as long as I got mine. This might be my last one for at least a couple of months until I am able to find a job and kids are back in school.

An all day eye cream with vitamin C. Hydrates, brightens, and refreshes skin. Cream contains echinacea, licorice, and grape seed. Dab under your eye and let it soak in. Is great under make-up.

Great cream that does indeed soak in well into your skin. I wear it alone. Cant say I see much of a difference but skin under my eyes do well softer then usual. Cost is $24.50.


You might remember in previous blogs how I love lip gloss. This comes in a set of three, Lip liner, nude statin lip in She Cute and the gloss in icy blue. This is an item I chose.

I do not use lip liners but did glide on nicely on my hand.

The nude satin went on nicely as well but it is not at all like a creamy lipstick. Looks and feels like you brushed on matted wall paint. Lips feel real dry. You will need to apply the icy blue gloss. The gloss tip is just like a small paint brush which it weird and does not make it easy to apply. It says not sticky but it is in fact sticky. Cost for the set is $16.00


I am always searching for a good mascara to help my tiny lashes. Every time I read descriptions claiming to give even the teeniest of lashes length and volume I immediately get it. Just like this Triple Shot mascara is claiming. They also claim to not clump or flake. This is the second item I chose for this bag.

As you can see it really does NOT do anything for my lashes. I am beginning to think my lashes are hopeless. Basically its me and not the mascara.

Cost for this is $22


This hair mask was my third choice. My hair has been dry and frizzy lately so I thought I would give this one a try. It comes with 8 individual packets in this cute little box. Has a blend of antioxidants to help repair dry damaged hair along with making tangles and nots a thing of the past. Shampoo hair making sure to get all soap out and apply the mask leaving it in for about 3 to 5 minutes. Make sure to rinse.

I love it. My hair has not felt this soft in a very long time. I cant say that my hair is completely free of the frizz but I do see an improvement. My hair is a bit more wavy then usually but not a bad thing. I cant wait to see how much more of an improvement after then next time I use it. I am thinking this is a once a week mask not really sure. Cost for this package of 8 is $29.00


I was so excited to see that I was getting this. In last months Ipsy I got the Goldfaden exfoliating scrub and that was the best. Made my skin feel so clean and soft. I actually stopped using it when I descovered that I was going to get the brightening elixir.

Vitamin C, E and ferulic acid to firm along with fade discoloration. B3 and B5 protects from environmental damage. Vegan, cruelty free and all natural ingredients.

I use the exfoliator in the morning and after I pat dry I apply a few drops of the elixir. It soaks into skin perfectly and loving how my skin feels. It is recommended you use a moisturizer with SPF after the elixir. Cost for this is $80. Pricey but worth it.


All of my products came in a real cute 70’s themed make up bag with draw strings.


Glam Bag- 5 deluxe samples plus make up bag for $12 a month.

Glam Bag Plus- 5 full size products with a make up bag. You will also get a choice of at least 3 out of the 5 products. This one is just $25 a month.

Glam Bag Ultimate- 12 beauty products. 8 of the items are full size and the other 4 are the deluxe samples. The cost for this is $50 a month.

http://www.ipsy.com

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