Looking back at the calendar, I have been with Ipsy for almost 5 years (just under 5) and I have seen Ipsy in all its glory.  Having been with them for so long, I figured it was time to move on since I wasn’t quite getting the same experience out of my monthly bags as I once used to.  So, today I bring you my March Ipsy Glam Bag Reveal and my reasoning for unsubscribing.

March Ipsy Glam Bag 2015March’s Glam Bag – themed Floral Fantasy was based around gearing us all up for Spring.  For just $10 a month, Ipsy sends out a monthly subscription that includes everything from Indie and Drugstore brands to samples of highend cosmetics.  This month, my bag included a combination of all and I received two full sized products.

“Wake up your imagination with a crazy beautiful explosion of flowers.  Vivid shades and inviting textures collide this March.  Let the blooms begin.”

The bag itself is cute, though I would have loved to see more pink in the mix of the bag.  I had been seeing images from Ipsy Photoshoots including some of their brand ambassadors and would have loved to receive a bag with similar floral creations.  I wished the bag had included bolder floral pattern as those in the backdrops for the photoshoots, but nonetheless, this bag is still cute and I’m sure I’ll get use out of it.

Check out the video below for all the details 😀 Click here to watch directly on YouTube.

Included in my bag this month – I received:

Coolway Glow Oil Treatment – a sample size

NYX Butter Lipstick in Hunk – I failed to find this in my video so I didn’t mention it.  I have a swatch of this on my blog already – so you can check that out here.  This was a full sized product.  I have seen others get different shades, though I would have liked to see a color that looked a little bit more pink and on the Spring-like side.  I use this lippy for Fall, so I felt it was too dark for a spring look… just my opinion, though it can be used for spring months.

Marykay at Play teal me more eye crayon

MaryKay at Play Eye Crayon in Teal Me More – This product is full sized and I love the color.  It’s a little too creamy and will need to be set with a powder for longevity purposes but I enjoy it.

Marykay at Play teal me more eye crayon

Skyn Iceland Hydro Cool Firming Eye Gels – I love the brand Skyn Iceland and was introduced to this brand through Ipsy.  I haven’t used these eye gels yet, but I’m very excited to try them out and I wish there were more than just 2 pairs in our Ipsy bag.  Being a Skyn fan, I’m sure I’ll be getting these in the future.

Laneige BB Cushion SPF 50 – I just recently seen these at my local Target.  Ipsy provided four samples, though I probably could only use one since they are all based on my skintone and provided in color range.  I haven’t tested this product before, but still found it interesting it made it into my bag considering I had marked foundation, concealers and BB’s, etc. as “Not For Me” at least a handful of times.

Overall I know I’ll get some use out of the products I got in my March Ipsy bag.  Since I already have the Hunk lippy I’ll be giving that to someone or putting in a future giveaway.  Should I test out the products, I’ll be sure to talk about them here in a future update.  Having been with Ipsy for so long, I think my subscription has run its course.  The monthly cost is just $10 – a total steal considering you will usually get over $30 worth of products each month.  But, after so many years, I think I found that a lot of the products I used to enjoy, I’m no longer wearing and some of the brands and I are not compatible.  Should Ipsy change in the future, I will definitely look into signing up again, but for now – I think I am happy that I have unsubscribed… no more samples that I need to find homes for.  Shipping for Ipsy took its toll as well.  At one time, I received my Ipsy bag on time and over the last year, I was getting it six to eight weeks after it was shipped.  While it wasn’t issues from Ipsy – I had noticed that anytime I received a bag with nail polish, perfume or aerosol, it slowed the shipment down as it needed to be sent parcel (by barge).  It was a challenge to ensure I was no longer getting these items and sometimes I just didn’t want to deal with it.  As mentioned before, I learned about a lot of brands I enjoy because of this subscription service – Skyn Iceland, Healthy Sexy Hair and many others were brands I tried for the first time because of Ipsy – so I’m glad I was a part of it while I was.

So – what subscription services do you have?  I find that because I live in Hawaii, shipping is always a challenge and in some cases, many of them do not send boxes to me.  But, I’m always interested in checking them out.  Leave you favorites below so I can see if they’re a match.

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It’s been forever since I posted an Ipsy Glam Bag via my blog or YouTube channel and lately I haven’t been in the mood to share.  But I figured I would share what I received this month.  This month’s theme was focused around “Love” with a theme called “Ipsy Love”.  I was impressed with some of the goodies I got in my bag and glad I didn’t get other products I had seen were available.  Overall, I think I’ll get use out of most of what I received.  Here are the details of my February Ipsy Glam Bag.

February Ipsy Glam Bag - Ipsy Love

This February Ipsy is celebrating warm hugs, butterflies in your stomach, a new favorite blush and your best friend’s tweets – LOVE in all its wondrous forms and ways to express it.  Overall I really like the cute bag this month… it is pink and definitely has a Valentine’s Day Love vibe.  There are some products in this month’s bag that I was excited to try and some not so much – here are my thoughts.

EVA-NYC Up All Night Volumizing Spray ($24.00 full size 8oz) – This product gives you added volume and texture, protects from heat styling and is for all hair types.  I love the scent of this product and have used 2 products from Eva-NYC that I have received from past Ipsy bags.  This spray has a light hold but I don’t like the stickiness it leaves in my hair.  I’ll continue to try this product though.

Cargo Lip Gloss in Anguilla (I could not find this product on the site, but their glosses retail for $16.00 full size) – this cargo lip gloss is a baby pink shade.  I love Cargo cosmetics and I’m always excited to try new products from their line.  This lip gloss is slightly thick, opaque and not as sticky as I thought it would be.  The color is not a favorite as mine and not one I will get mileage from without mixing with other shades – but overall, I like the gloss.

Model Co Blush in Peach Bellini 02 ($22.00 Full Size – unsure of the full size amount as it was not listed on site – blush I received was 3.6g/0.12oz) – This is a pretty and shimmery type blush that would be great for Spring and Summer months.  The shade is quite shimmery but still offers great pigmentation and I like that it offers a highlight when applied to the cheeks.  I’m a fan of blushes that have gold in them for this reason.  I think I’ll get some good use out of this blush.

Pencil Me In Eye Accent Pencil in Amethyst ($6.99 Full Size pencil with sharpener) – I love purple eye liners because they bring out my natural eye color, the shade on this particular line is nice but I feel like it tugs on my eyes a bit.  I definitely can’t wear this in my waterline and feel like I may have to constantly warm this pencil up to get any use out of it.

Hey Honey Take It off Exfoliating Honey Peel Off Mask ($29.00 full size 1.70oz) – This product has a cute name and I have seen other products from previous Ipsy bags from this line but this is the first I’m receiving it in my bag.  I haven’t used this product yet as my skin is really sensitive during the winter months and I didn’t want to have a flare up with a new product.

February Ipsy Glam Bag - Ipsy Love

Overall I know I definitely got a pretty cool bag.  Retail value for the bag if it were all full size products would be about $98.00  That I know of the Blush was full sized and the eye liner pencil.  The rest were deluxe size samples bringing the bags worth about $45.  Still not bad for a bag that only costs $10 a month.

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Do you get Ipsy each month?  If so – what were your thoughts on your bag?  If you don’t, is this something you would be interested in signing up for?

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Ah… I’m pretty impressed that my November Ipsy Glam Bag arrived at a reasonable time this month considering the contents.  Check out what I got in my Ipsy Glam Bag and my thoughts on each of the items received.

Ipsy Glam Bag November 2014


So this month’s theme was Girl Meets Glitter.  With a bag theme as such I kind of expected a lot more glitter products, but honestly, the only true glitter product I got was the makeup bag.  I’ll be honest, it is one of my favorite makeup bags from Ipsy in the five years I’ve been subscribed.  This month’s bag really surprised me much more than I had expected it to.  I had seen sneak peaks of the bag but honestly wasn’t too excited since I seen perfume was included (which usually means Ipsy will send my bag Parcel Post due to hasmat) and my bag can take up to 6 weeks to arrive to me.  I also already own a J.Cat Wonder lip Paint in the same color, so I knew that there were a few items I was not looking forward to.  However, my bag arrived in pretty good time and I actually do like the items I received, minus the lip paint which will be handed over to my lil sis to take advantage of since I already own one.

Check out my video reveal posted below or click here to watch directly on YouTube.

This month’s products included a variety of makeup, skin care & fragrance.  I would have loved it if I could have tried some of the other products that were included in this month’s bag like Forever21, Be Delectable from Cake Beauty, IT Cosmetics (especially since I have never tried IT before) or any of the others.  I have received products from J.Cat several times in my Ipsy bag as well as Be A Bombshell and Demeter, so I really felt that this bag didn’t offer me the chance to try anything new.

Ipsy Glam Bag November 2014

Products included:

Overall price of this bag is about $44.00 which is not bad considering that Ipsy costs only $10 a month for the subscription.

Ipsy Glam Bag November 2014

  • SeaRX Beauty Microdermabrasion & Body Scrub – this product while super cute in its little tube is not something I’ll make use of simply because I have to be careful of microdermabrasion products on my sensitive skin.  It’s a white cream like product.
  • Be A Bombshell Eye Base in Submissive this product swatched a really pretty golden bronze shade.  It’s a gorgeous shade but after blending it out I felt like it had a lot of slip and did not have that set texture like you would get from a color tattoo from Maybelline.  It didn’t seem to dry or set in place so I am not sure how it would work as a base or all over shade without creasing.
  • Demeter Roll on Oil in Pixie Dust This scent is very interesting.  On the site, Demeter states that they do not know what Pixie Dust smells like, but they know it should smell like fruity, sugary and airy.  They also used reference to Disney’s version of Peter Pan… as Tink moves she is trailed by small amounts of pixie dust.  “Think Happy Thoughts”.  As many of you know – I’m a huge fairy lover… and this would remind me of Pixie dust and fairies… an almost light vanilla sugar scent with soft hints of fruit definitely explain it.  I really enjoy this and would consider purchasing more.
  • J.Cat Wonder Lip Paint in Red Potion Seeing as I already own this shade, it’s obvious I do like it.  I have a review coming soon on these lippies (I know I have been promising it for a long while now), but if you are one that loves rich red and burgundy shades especially this time of year… I suggest this.  Apply with a doe foot applicator for the best application.
  • Tarte Maracuja Oil It’s not secret that I am a lover of oils for skin care… and having only tried a little of this stuff, I really do enjoy it.  I’ll have a full review of it once I get more use out of it.

While I know that Ipsy can be a bit up and down each month when it comes to what I get, I’m pretty impressed with this month’s bag.  I wish I would have gotten a few different things, but majority of what I got I am sure I can make use of.  At the end of the day – I think the Maracuja Oil, Demeter Fragrance and the bag definitely make up for the things I am not too stoked about.  Do you have Ipsy?  What subscription bags or services are you signed up for?  Interested in signing up for Ipsy?  Check out my link below.

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It seems like forever since I posted about my Ipsy Glam Bags on my blog or even did a video about it – so I decided I would talk about this month’s bag.  I have been an Ipsy subscriber now since December 2011 but it seems like this year I experienced many challenges with shipping and I’m sad to say that I will ride it out till the end of the year and probably cancel.  Here are the goodies in my Ipsy Glam Bag October 2014.

Ipsy Glam Bag - October 2014



Ipsy is a $10 a month subscription and includes a variety of beauty products from skincare, makeup, nail polish and nail care and hair goodies.  This months theme: Beauty Candy included a variety of brands, some of which we have received in our bags before and some new.

This month I received the following products:

Ecru New York Acacia Protein BB Cream Beauty Balm for Hair – I received another beauty balm (bb cream) for hair in last months bag and never used it.  Honestly, I don’t know that I would be using this product so I’ll be putting it on the side.  Full size is 1.0 fl oz and retails for $12.00.  The full size product was sent in this month’s bag.

Figs & Rouge Shea Butter Limited Edition Hand cream – we all know I’m a lotion addict and I am looking forward to tossing this in my bag and adding it to my lotion stash.  I received a sample size (maybe deluxe sample) tube of the product.  Full size product is 20ml / 0.67 fl oz and retails for $6.56.  Full size product was sent in this month’s bag.

Jesse’s Girl Mineralized Baked Powder Shadow – this shadow color is really nice and I guess you can never have enough eye shadow.  The full sized product was included in this month’s bag and retails for $3.99

Starlook’s Lip Gloss – this nude toned gloss is really nice and not sticky which I enjoy.  This would be great for travel because it is really tiny.  A Sample sized was received in this month’s box of Guilty Pleasure.  This gloss retails for $12.00 full sized – I’m unsure of the amount included in full size or sample.

Skyn Iceland Mini Glazier Cleansing Cloths – I haven’t used these yet but I’m always a bit leery when it comes to makeup remover wipes or cleansing cloths because of my sensitive skin.  I’ll be sure to do a mini review if I test them out.  These clothes retail for $15.00 for a full sized packet that includes 30 wipes.  The sample included in this month’s bag includes 10 cloths and would retail for approximately $5.00.

Total retail value for the products received in the October 2014 Ipsy bag = $30.00.  This is an estimated value as there is one or two items that I needed to guess the actual amount due to the sample size.  Overall you are getting your money’s worth from the bag, but this bag’s retail value for products included is probably one of the cheapest I have had in the last year.

Ipsy Glam Bag - October 2014

Overall at $10 a month it’s still a pretty good deal considering the number of products you receive.  I haven’t been at all excited for my bags lately because they really haven’t showcased the “wow” factor for me.  While I’m sure I’ll get use out of this month’s contents – especially the makeup bag, I wish there were more items that I could utilize this fall.  I would have loved to see a bronze or brown shadow in the mix.  If you are interested in signing up for Ipsy – it is $10 a month or you can decide to sign up for a full year and get a discount.  You can sign up here:

Stop on by my Lip Monthly post mentioned in the video and check out what I got in my Lip Monthly subscription – click here.

Have you tried the Ipsy subscription service?  What do you think of it?  I know I didn’t get into a lot of detail with regard to the bag… but as I use the products (if I use them), I’ll be sure to post about them.

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Recently I was selected as an Ipsy and PopBeauty ipsyPOPstar.  I was one out of 20 selected from the many that applied and I’m very humbled by it.  I was sent over a few goodies from Ipsy and Pop Beauty to create a look of my choosing using the products and this is the look I came up with.  I had a lot of fun creating it and while I am not a fan of glitter, I really loved how it pulled the entire look together.  Here is my creation and makeup tutorial below.  These colors reminded me so much of the ocean I see daily so I thought the blues would be fitting for a summer makeup look.  I hope you guys like it as much as I enjoyed creating it.IpsyPOPstars Ocean Inspired Look

Check out my tutorial embedded below or click here to watch it directly on YouTube.

To create this look I used the following products:

  • Eye Shadow Primer – Too Faced Shadow Insurance
  • Maybelline Color Tattoo (eye shadow base) – Test My Teal
  • Pop Beauty Pure Pigment in Metallic Blue
  • Pop Beauty Brow Shade & Shape (used dark brown and light brown to shade and fill in my brows and light brown, dark brown and black to use as transition and to deepen the crease for my makeup look
  • Pop Beauty Shade Duette in Matte Ivory and Soft Creme to soften and create transition in the shades on my eyes as well as to highlight my browbone
  • Pop Beauty Triple Glitter to add glitter on inner corner and lower lash line
  • BA Star Shimmer Glue as adhesive for the glitter
  • Pop Beauty Kajal Pen in Craving Cocoa to line waterline/tightline
  • Pop Beauty Peak Performance Mascara for lashes and KISS 01 Lashes
  • New York Color Liquid liner to create winged liner
  • Pop Beauty BB Lip Balm in Rose Berry on the lips
  • Pop Beauty Bronze Beam in Rose Bronze to lightly contour, blush, highlight and also to help soften the eye makeup look

The photo below shows the products that was sent in my IpsyPOPStars bag.

Pop Beauty Cosmetics ipsypopstars


I hope you all enjoyed my makeup tutorial – I had a lot of fun with it and enjoyed creating it.  The heat from Summer is still in full swing here, but my kiddos go back to school at the end of the week, so I loved that this look reminded me of the ocean that we enjoyed so much this season.  Wishing you all a wonderful rest of your summer.



This week I wanted to create a look using products from my May Ipsy Glam Bag – Fresh Picks.  Since the theme is super cute, I thought this would be a great way to show a flirty side of me.  I chose to name my look “My Secret Garden” because I used inspiration from one of my favorite Books and Movies – The Secret Garden.  Spring and Summer remind me of floral scents and flowers in an array of colors.  Purple being my favorite color, I decided a purple and white-gold look would be fitting for a soft and wearable creation.  It kind of reminds me of the Jacaranda that grow so heavily here in the Spring time and grace our roads and lawns with beautiful lavender flowers.

The Secret Garden inspired Makeup using Ipsy Glam bag

I have a really hard time making up my mind – so I thought I would use a few different florals to style my  pictures.  Utilizing the goodies I received in my May Ipsy Glam Bag, I created a look that I thought would incorporate the items perfectly.

Many say that my makeup looks all seem to mesh together and look the same, but I like it – because makeup is about style and creativity… and most importantly – it’s about beauty.  Check out my makeup tutorial for this look embedded below or click here to watch it directly on YouTube.  A list of products used can be found in this post.  I hope you enjoy!

The Secret Garden - Ipsy Glam Challenge Look

On my eyes I am using the following products:

Eye shadow primer – Too Faced Shadow Insurance

Eye shadow base – City Color Cosmetics White Gold Cream Shadow/Highlight


  • Coastal Scents Revealed Palette – matte medium brown shade (transition color)
  • Pacifica Natural Beauty Duo #2 in Unicorn – white/gold shade (lid color)
  • Pacifica Natural Beauty  Duo #2 in Moonbeam – plum purple shade (crease color and applied to lower lash line)
  • Coastal Scents Revealed Palette – matte nude/cream shade (highlight color)

Eyeliner – Urban Decay 24/7 Pencil liner in Zero (tightline/waterline) and NYC Liquid Eyeliner (winged liner / upper lash line)

Brows – Chella Brow Defining Pencil and Benefit Cosmetics Gimme Brow in Blonde

Lashes – Chrislie Mascara/Primer Duo and KISS Lashes in 09

The Secret Garden Makeup Tutorial

Products used on my lips:

Lip Balm – Revo Watermelon Lip balm

Lipstick – NYX Matte lipstick in Audrey

Lip gloss – NYX Butter gloss in Angel Food Cake

My Secret Garden Makeup look - Ipsy May Glam Bag


Products used on my Face, Hair and Body:

Bronzer – Milani Matte Baked Bronzer in Sunset

Blush – Milani Limited Edition Rose Powder Blush in Warm Petals and MAC Sunbasque blush

Highlight – Hourglass Ambient Lighting Palette – Radiant Light and City Color Cosmetics White Gold Cream Highlight (cupid’s bow)

Hair – To help define my curls I used the eva-nyc Rock-a-Wave Curl Cream Leave in Cream (from Ipsy May Glam Bag) as well as Coconut Oil

Body – For SPF/Sun screen I used Hang Ten Classic Sport SPF 50 Sunscreen and to moisturize my body I used the Lulu Blossom Body Balm and to exfoliate my elbows, knees and heels of my feet I used my Derma-e Microdermabrasion Scrub.  All of these products were received in my Ipsy Glam bag.

Don’t forget to check out my Makeup Tutorial on YouTube and Subscribe for more videos.  I truly enjoy creating looks for all of you and look forward to doing more this summer.  Keep on the look out for a bronze summer goddess look that I have planned coming up.  I hope you enjoyed my makeup look that I created using the goodies from my Ipsy May Glam Bag.  Have a wonderful rest of your Spring and Summer.

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Aloha from Hawaii Makeup tutorial

When I think of Teal and Turquoise colors, Hawaii’s beaches always come to mind.  I was very excited to get the Bora Bora Quad from Be A Bombshell in my March Ipsy Glam Bag.  The colors in the palette remind me of Hawaii and the beach and the summers I spent as a child and teen surfing the waves.  Blues also remind me very much of the Island sunsets that I have experienced in my life… and I wanted to do a fun look utilizing the colors in the palette that incorporated all of these awesome memories.  Since it’s been a bit on the chilly side here, I wanted to do a look that reminded me of Spring and Summer and this is what I came up with.  I hope you all enjoy this Hawaii Inspired Spring Summer Look.

Hawaii Inspired Makeup

Styling this look was fun and of course – since I live in Hawaii, it was easy to do.  I added a little twist to it however… instead of using a traditional Hawaiian flower in my haku (head lei in Hawaiian), I opted to utilize one of my fun floral crowns that I got from Claire’s.  It gave it a nice twist on the look and added a gorgeous pop of yellow against the blues that I applied to my eyes.  My strapless tube dress is in black and from Jeans Warehouse (a local boutique).

Check out my video tutorial embedded below.  If you are unable to watch directly – click here to watch it on YouTube.

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Aloha from Hawaii - Inspired Makeup Tutorial

Products used:

Primer – Too Faced Shadow Insurance
Eyeshadow Base – Jordana’s 12 Hour Made to last Eyeshadow Pencil in Continuous Almond
Eye shadows-

  • Transition shade – Smashbox Full Exposure Palette, soft brown matte shade
  • Crease shade – Rock Bottom (Be A Bombshell Bora Bora Quad)
  • Inner corner and inner lower lash line- Risky Business (Be A Bombshell Bora Bora Quad)
  • Middle lid – Bora Bora (Be A Bombshell Bora Bora Quad)
  • Outer V to deepen the outer corner – Starlet (Be A Bombshell Bora Bora Quad)
  • Outer corner and outer part of lower lash line – Seine (Sigma Paris Palette)
  • Lower lash line (teal) – Louvre (Sigma Paris Palette)
  • Browbone Highlight – Smashbox Full Exposure Palette, cream matte shade

Eyeshadow Pencil on lower lash – Jordana 12 Hour Made to Last eyeshadow pencil in Aqua last

Lips – Milani Colorstatement lip liner in Nude, lipstick in bareMinerals Marvelous Moxie lipstick in Get Ready and topped with Laura Mercier lip gloss in Bare Naked

Contour, Blush, Highlight

  • MAC Sunbasque blush for light contour and blush
  • Laura Geller Balance & Brighten Bronzer in Tan to add warmth to the face
  • Laura Geller Bronze-n-brighten color correcting bronzer in medium to add an inner glow to the upper cheekbones
  • Laura Geller Baked Highlighter Duo in French Vannila / Golden Rose to highlight

Eye liner – Mally Evercolor Starlight liner in Midnight (waterline / tightline), Kat Von D Tattoo Waterproof Liner in Trooper (winged liner and upper lash line)

Lashes – Perfekt Beauty Lash Perfection Gel (mascara), KISS Lashes in 03 and Duo Glue in Clear

Brows – Cailyn Brow in Cocoa, set with Milani Brow Gel

Hawaiian Inspired Makeup

I hope you enjoyed this Hawaii Spring/Summer Inspired look.  Creating this reminded me of all the years I danced hula as a little girl and really made me think of my childhood.  I’m not going to lie… while sometimes I wish that I lived elsewhere, Hawaii will always be my home.  I really wanted to take photos of this look while I was at the beach, but the weather has been so funky here lately that I was just thankful that I could go outside to get a few photos of the look 😉  Thank you so much for reading & watching!  “Aloha from Hawaii!”

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March Ipsy Glam Bag - Destination Beauty

I have been subscribed to Ipsy now for about 3 years – since they were My Glam.  I took a break for about 6 months but have been really enjoyed the subscription now for the most part of the 3 years I have been signed up.  March’s Glam Bag is a very nice selection of products.  Included in this month’s bag I got the following items:

If you can’t see the video embedded above, check it out and watch it directly on YouTube here.  Don’t forget to Subscribe, Comment & Like! 😉

Ipsy provides you with 4-5 deluxe/sample size goodies in each bag and in some cases you also get a full sized item (or two or more) in your bag.  I have received products from brands like Urban Decay, bareMineral, Juice Beauty, NYX. Pixi Beauty and so much more.  I have also had the opportunity to try out new brands I have only heard of and never tried before.  Ipsy is just $10 a month (cancel anytime) and shipping is included.  It is the one sample subscription I have had the longest.  I used to be with Birchbox, Julep, NewBeauty Test Tube, Glossybox and BeautyFix (which is now Dermstore Beauty Fix) and I cancelled all but Ipsy.  I just like the goodies I get every month and for just $10 a month, it’s pretty worth it.  I can’t wait to do an eye look using the BoraBora palette.

Overall I’m very pleased with the products in this months bag.  Considering I got at least one full size product (Bora Bora Quad – $16.00) that already paid for the entire bag itself.  Ipsy bags can be a miss for me from time to time, but I am usually very pleased with what I receive each month.

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Do You have Ipsy?  What did you get this month?  I hope you enjoyed my March Ipsy Glam Bag Reveal for the Destination Beauty Glam Bag.

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