October Ipsy time!
I pretty much always get stuff I like with this subscription, and am rarely disappointed. This month was consistent with others, so that was a good thing!
This month’s theme was Beauty Candy, full of colorful and stand-out treats.
Fun, pretty, and feels cool. I will probably add this to my rake up the makeup pile because I’m getting quite a collection of these, but I definitely liked it.
Let’s look inside!
It dries fast, which is usually a great, but when you’re clumsy like me sometimes you can use an extra five seconds to fix the messes you’ve created all over the edges. Haha
I also got this Epice International Purifying Exfoliant.
While I definitely prefer makeup over skincare in these bags, I still find the masks and washes they send to be a real treat. Plus I always use them when I travel!
I enjoyed using this stuff. The exfoliators were much smaller than a usual face scrub, so it felt more like a microdermabrasion. Not overly abrasive, but definitely effective- a good thing for my aging skin.
Oh, and it has a very light, clean smell.
I also got this mini sample sized Figs and Rouge lotion in a lovely rose berry scent.
I find many people love or hate the smell of rose scented products.
I most definitely, totally, and completely love rose scented products. If that makes me a grandma, so be it. I love rose scented stuff. And grandmas. Winning.
Anyway- I think this lotion is a perfect balance for those on the fence about rose scented stuff. I had a gentle hint of rose but also has a really nice and awakening berry scent to go along with it. Definitely fun.
If you’re on the fence about rose (though I have no idea why you would be), this may be a good starting point. Dip your toes in the world of rose-berry.
This is my second small hand lotion in two months, so “eh,” however they always get used up and are perfect for stashing in your purse.
It has a nice, light subtle baby pink and is nice alone as a little nude tint or also kicks lipstick up a notch. It goes on matte and isn’t too sticky.
Finally, I got this Modelco Volumeyes Extreme mini mascara sample.
Ipsy has been good to me in terms of mascara. I think this is like my third this year maybe? Regardless, I love being able to use these up. It’s been awhile since I’ve had to buy mascara,
and that makes me happy!
There you have it! October Ipsy.
Let’s take a look at the cost:
Nicole by OPI Nail polish- $7.99
Epice International Face Exfoliator-$11
Starlooks Lipgloss $4 (best estimate)
Modelco Mascara-$10? (full size is $20)
Figs & Rouge Lotion- $6.56
I had a hard time getting a couple prices, it regardless it was far more than my $10 spent.
There you have it! Check in next month for my November review, and check in tomorrow for our Ezra study!