October Ipsy Unboxing

So I know that it wasn’t too long ago that I did an Ipsy unboxing, but due to my recent blog transfer, I didn’t get much time to post content in between these posts, and I wanted to make sure I got my Ipsy post out to y’all as timely as possible.

This bag was really great. Recently, Ipsy has been doing a fantastic job with the products their delivering to my front door. Seeing that little shiny package in the mail just brightens up my whole month. And since it’s only $10 a month, I feel like I don’t even pay for it, so it’s like a randomized present.

As always, we’ll start with the bag. I got a sneak preview of the bag when Ipsy sent me a *spoiler* email. I like whatever I get to be a surprise, so clicking on the email was actually a mistake. However, the peek I got made me super excited, but it turned out even better than I thought.

Bag:

If you look closely enough, you will see the faintest hint of maroon lace layered over the maroon bag. I thought this detailing gave this makeup bag an expensive touch, with a subtle flair. This little guy is honestly the perfect size to hold all of my essentials. But here’s the best part:

Just in case you weren’t sure it was October, they added the most adorable little bat onto the zipper. I love this. I’m switching all my makeup junk into this baggy and carrying it around with me until it’s Christmas!!!

Powder:

I have watched enough Youtube beauty gurus use this stuff that I knew what it was before even reading the package. I have been wanting to invest in a pore erasing powder, (I HATE my pores), but just never have. I guess Ipsy read my mind? This product is supposed to give you an airbrushed, soft focus look. Ugh I’m so excited to try this out.

Mini Review:

Today I used the pore erasing powder to set my concealer. I was really impressed. Like, usually around my eyes and cheekbone area there’s always these large pore spots that I hate. But with this, my pores were certainly minimized. I thought my Wet N’ Wild clear powder was going to be my holy grail, but it looks like I’m going to be rolling out the big bucks to stock up on this stuff.

Skin care:

If there’s one thing you can count on getting in your Ipsy package, it’s lotion. Lotion, lotion, lotion, and more lotion. I may be complaining about it now, but just like lip balms, candles, and food, I love getting all the lotions I can get. This is an Ultra Repair Cream, intended to give hydration to dry patches. I only really tend to get extremely dry on my knees, so I don’t personally think I’d be using much of this. But I can guarantee it’ll hang out in my skin care drawer for probably the rest of my life. I have a lotion problem okay? However, I do also get dry spots on my chin and around my nostrils, so perhaps I’ll put this little fella to the test.

Now this is something I can behind. Recently I’ve been venturing down the path of scrubs due to the last one I got from Ipsy. Now every wash I use is full of exfoliates. I think it’s done the most to remove toxins from my skin.

This is a coffee scrub that is suppose to target cellulite, stretch marks, eczema, acne, and more. I’m excited to use this because I’ve always been self-conscious about cellulite and stretch marks. Like, trust me, I KNOW neither is something to be ashamed of. I KNOW both are beautiful. I just, you know, want smooth skin. And as well as acne. For some reason I’ve been getting a lot of pimples on my cheeks? But don’t worry I’m drinking more water and getting my skin care routine down. Although it says it’s a coffee scrub, it is peppermint scented. For some reason, I’m trying to get everything I use to smell the same. Right now I’m using honey shampoo and conditioner, honey lotion, and honey facial scrub. Next month I”ll be using brown sugar or maple. So I probably won’t be getting to this facial scrub until December, since peppermint reminds me of Christmas. I know that might seem weird, but that’s just me.

Nails:

Next up and yep, you already know. I’m not sure why I don’t expect to get nail polish from Ipsy ever month, but it’s cool because not too long I threw out a whole bunch of old nail polishes. Needless to say, I’m eager to rebuild my collection.

Now this product I think it a gag. It’s a charcoal polish that’s supposed to “protect against toxins/ pollutants, and restore healthy/ beautiful nails.” Um, maybe. We’ll see. I just don’t see why? I didn’t know nails got polluted. By what? Regardless, I’m gonna do a look with this and another color, and hopefully it’ll hold true to it’s claims.

The color that came was actually this pretty grey. Usually it’s like a blue or whatever, but this grey is something I can actually see myself rocking this season. I’m think I’m going to wear this for awhile. I like to pick out one color to wear for a few weeks, and I’m really attracted to this color right now. Just the perfect amount of gloom, but not dull, and definitely neutral.

Eyes:

TARTE!!!! This is not a freaking drill. I got another Tarte product?? No way. Ipsy pulling out the big guns. Last month I got a makeup forever mascara that I absolutely love for everyday looks. So I’m anxious to see how beautiful this mascara is. As my loyal followers know, I love Tarte. They are legitimately my favorite brand as of right now. So exciting!!!!!

Mini Review:

Talk about natural lashes. My mascara collection has nearly doubled in sized in about two weeks. So to say I know my mascara is becoming a huge understatement. I put this on and said “wooowww”. Natural lashes are my absolute favorite look for eyes. Tarte just simply never disappoints. I think I’m swooning.

 

Thank you for reading. It means so much to me, as you all know. Come back Friday for a special type of post. See you soon.

Until next time,

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