When I see that hot pink envelope in the mailbox, I get excited because it means my new ipsy Glam Bag is here. From the makeup pouch to the lip gloss, my March beauty products had a blush pink theme.
Unboxing ipsy Glam Bag #2
♥ The Subscription: Ipsy
♥ The Cost: $10 a month
♥ The Products: Samples and full size makeup and beauty products
♥ Ships to: US and Canada
Inside the March ipsy Glam Bag
Cake Desserted Island Supreme Body Mousse (Deluxe Sample)
This sweet smelling body lotion is cruelty-free, vegan, and natural ingredient-driven. Plus, it’s free of gluten, GMOs, parabens, and phthalates. Made in Canada.
tarte cosmetics tarteist™ quick dry matte lip paint in rosé (Deluxe Sample)
Liquid-to-matte lip paint provides full coverage and dries instantly. Rosé is a nude blush with a your-lips-but-better feel. Vegan friendly.
Dirty Little Secret Cosmetics Blush in Kitty Pink (Full Size?)
The dusty peach shade is designed for any skin tone. Color can be worn sheer or built up for a more dramatic effect.
Elizabeth Mott Blending Brush (Full Size)
Synthetic bristles make this brush cruelty free and extra durable. Great for apply cream shadows and creating smokey eye looks.
MintPear Collagen Serum (Deluxe Sample)
This serum promises to leave a unique radiant and well moisturized glow, velvety finish. And, it’s free from parabens, mineral oil, propylene glycol and GMOs.
I’m excited to try these new products. Besides tarte, the brands are all new to me, and I have to admit that I have high hopes for the MintPear Collagen Serum.
The Organic Pharmacy Lip & Eye Cream – Since my February post, I’ve been using this cream almost every day on my eyes. It’s moisturizing but not too heavy and has even helped with my dark circles.
BelláPierre Cosmetics Volumelash Waterproof Mascara – Like the eye cream, I’ve been using this mascara almost every day. It lengthens my lashes while still looking very natural.
SOO AE Sheet Mask Duo: Purifying Black Charcoal Mask & Nature Green Tea Collagen Essence Mask – I love face masks, and these sheet masks left my skin looking happy and healthy. They are very wet though, so the masks can be hard to work with.
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