Ipsy Glam Bag-Febrero 2019

¡Hola! Bienvenidos a otra reseña de Ipsy Glam Bag, esta vez para el mes de febrero. Ipsy es una subscripción mensual de $10 que incluye 5 productos tamaño muestra (maquillaje, cuidado del cabello y piel) dentro de una bolsa para maquillaje. La bolsa para febrero está hecha de un material plástico color rosa pálido con marcas de besos en rojo y la cremallera en un color rosa brillante.

Para este mes, incluí tres “add-ons”: un delineador labial, una brocha y una mascarilla exfoliante. El delineador Lip Contour de Huda Beauty en el color Famous, tiene una pigmentación increíble, es de larga duración y el color es hermoso. La brocha es grande para aplicar polvo de la marca F.A.R.A.H en 50F, la cual se convirtió en la borcha que utillizo todos los días para aplicar bronceador. El exfoliante, es de Sand & Sky Australian Pink Clay (Flash Perfection Exfoliating Treatment). Es un poco fuerte pero deja la piel suave al tacto.

Ahora hablaremos de las muestras incluidas en la bolsa, la primera es el rímel Lash Alert de Eyeko. Me gusta este rímel pero no estoy encantada con él, brinda volumen y no me hace tener ojos de panda. Aunque he notado pequeños pedazos del rímel en mi rostro. El siguiente products es una sombra de Space Case en el color No Reception, es un color bonito, pigmentado y de larga duración. Un delineador negro Fierce and Fine Graphic Pen de la marca Doucce, dura todo el día y es opaco.

Los últimos dos productos son mis favoritos para este mes. Uno es el brillo labial de LAQA & CO Prickly Pear pH Gloss, tiene un aroma dulce y no es súper pegajoso. Cuando trabajo a las 3 am, o sea las pasadas tres semanas, me aplico un poco de maquillaje y este brillo labial. También la crema Coconut Oil+Coffee de Purlisse, es cremosa pero no aceitosa o pegajosa. No me encanta el aroma (porque no me gusta el café) pero es bastante hidratante.

Eso es todo en mi bolsa de Ipsy para febrero. Lamento publicarlo tan tarde pero mi paquete llegó a finales de febrero y quería probar bien todos los productos antes de decirles lo que pienso.

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Ipsy Glam Bag-February 2019

Hi guys! Welcome to another Ipsy Glam Bag review, this time for the month of February. Ipsy is a $10 monthly subscription of 5 beauty samples (makeup, hair & skin care) inside a cute makeup bag. February’s bag it’s a light pink plastic bag with red kiss marks all over and a brighter pink zipper.

For this month, I included three add-ons: a lip liner, a brush, and an exfoliator. Huda Beauty Lip Contour (lip liner), in Famous, has amazing pigmentation, it’s long-wearing and the color is beautiful. The brush is a big powder brush from F.A.R.A.H. in 50F, and it turned into my everyday brush for applying bronzer. As for the exfoliator, it’s the Sand & Sky Australian Pink Clay (Flash Perfection Exfoliating Treatment). It’s a harsh exfoliator that leaves the skin feeling soft.

Now for the actual samples included in my bag, the first one is the Lash Alert Mascara from Eyeko. I like the mascara but I’m not in love with it, it’s volumizing and it doesn’t smudge. Even though I’ve noticed that it flakes a bit. The next product is the Space Case Eyeshadow in No Reception, it’s a beautiful color, pigmented and long-wearing. The Doucce Fierce and Fine Graphic Pen in Black doesn’t smudge, lasts all day but it doesn’t have a matte finish.

The last two products are actually my favorites for this month’s bag. One is the LAQA & CO Prickly Pear pH Gloss, the scent is nice and is not overly sticky. When I work at 3 am, aka the past three weeks, I apply little makeup and use this gloss. Also, the Purlisse Coconut Oil+Coffee Body Butter it’s creamy but not oily or sticky. I’m not in love with the scent (’cause I don’t like coffee) but it’s quite hydrating.

That’s everything in my Ipsy bag for February. Sorry for the late post but my bag came in at the end of February and I wanted to give it a good try at all the products before telling you my thoughts.

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Ipsy Glam Bag-December 2018

Hi guys! Welcome to a new Ipsy Glam Bag review (better late than never). For those of you who don’t know what Ipsy is. It’s a $10 monthly subscription with 5 sample products (makeup, hair & skin care) inside a cute makeup bag. December’s bag arrived a bit later than usual. The bag is black leather with gold sequin fabric and a black leather tassel. Also, this bag came with 6 products instead of 5! Well, let’s get started!

Using the Sugar brow pencil, Nomad highlighter, and the Ciaté lip product.

The first product is the Ultra Violet Brightening Purple Clay Mask from Generation Clay. Love the purple color, not so much the scent. Bit I’ve used it and it left my face feeling soft and a bit tight. It’s nice and I’ll continue to use it.

Next we have a Scalp & Body Scrub from OUAI Haircare. It has a clean scent and the sugar crystals feel amazing on the skin. It’s not a harsh scrub, so my skin felt really soft after using it.

Also got a F. A. R. A. H tapered blending brush 35E. It’s super fluffy, soft and lightweight. I have 3 uses for it: setting my eye primer, applying my transition/crease color, and overall blending.

Now let’s get into the makeup products. I have the Sugar Arch Arrival Brow Definer in 02 Taupe Tom. The tip is in a triangle shape, the formula is a bit waxy and hard. It doesn’t glide on super easy, you have to work a little to get it on the skin. The spoolie works great, helps to blend the brow product.

Next I have a Nomad Cosmetics Around-the-World Light Infusion Powder in Ko Phai Ngan Moonlight. Which is a beautiful “holographic illuminator in duo-chrome glow with multi-dimensional, prismatic sapphire pearl finish.” It has a nice purple-blue sheen, soft formula and it blends like a dream.

The last product is a Transforming Glitter Liquid Lipstick from Ciaté London in the shade Infamous. It’s a fun concept but for everyday use, is not my cup of tea. Love the color, the glitter throws me off but I think I can make it work somehow (will let you know if any progress occurs).

Overall, it was a great bag and I liked basically everything. I’m currently waiting for January’s bag (think it’s getting here today or tomorrow).

Anyway, how were your bags in December and January? I love reading your comments, so let’s talk in the comment section.