Ipsy│January 2014


I am officially an Ipsy bag subscriber! It was only a matter of time before I signed up for a monthly Ipsy subscription of my own. While checking out other blogs, I saw that people would receive some pretty awesome products in their bags-constantly. The great products, the affordable $10 monthly price tag, and the adorable bags themselves were all good enough reasons for me to want to start experiencing Ipsy bags for myself.

Keep reading to check out what I received in my January Ipsy bag!

Ipsy-January 2014 Contents



Yaby Liquid Foundation: I was pleasantly surprised by this liquid foundation from Yaby. It's oil free, it offers a medium-buildable coverage, it feels lightweight on, and the finish is not flat and very natural looking-it looks like your own skin. This foundation goes on nicely and it blends effortlessly. I received the shade "buff" which is just a smidgen too light for me. But I can make it work with a bit more blending. (Full Size: $13.99)

Malin + Goetz Mojito Lip Balm: This lip balm is perfection! This paraben free balm has a gel consistency that feels smooth, light and moisturizing on the lips. This lip balm replenishes dry and chapped lips really well. When I have this on, my lips feel and look heaps soft and healthier. (Full Size: $12)

Benefit The Porefessional: I have wanted to try Benefit's The Porefessional for such a long time. It get's amazing raves and it's an essential product for minimizing the look of pores and fine lines. I haven't given the Porefessional a go yet, but I have a feeling I am going to love it! (Full Size: $30)


Balanced Guru Body Balm Me Up Organic Sweet Cocoa And Tangy Body Balm: This organic body balm is infused with butters and essential oils that help moisturize skin. I apply this balm on stubborn dry areas like my elbows, knees, and heels of my feet for an intense moisture boost. The body balm has a smooth consistency that absorbs quickly and doesn't feel heavy on the skin. (Full Size: $12-45)

Absolute! Make-Up Cleansing Tissues: I always use a separate eye makeup remover to get rid of my eye makeup, but I did use these cloths for the removal of my face makeup and they did the job in a pinch. These felt refreshing, they have a yummy pomegranate scent, and I like how gentle the cloths are on my sensitive skin. (Full Size: $2.49-4.99)

Overall
I am so glad that I decided to start subscribing to Ipsy. I thoroughly enjoyed each and every item in my January bag-it was really fun discovering and trying products that were new to me, and the bag itself is a nice touch that will surely come in handy for carrying my beauty essentials on the go. I wanted to mention that the interior of my bag had a potent plastic scent to it. It's a little unpleasant so I am going to try washing it to get the scent off.

I definitely feel like I got a great value with my January Ipsy bag. Apart from the deluxe sizes, my bag contained two full sized products (Yaby liquid foundation and Malin + Goetz mojito lip balm), which I really appreciate. In all, I received about $44 worth of product in my January Ipsy bag, which totally exceeds the $10 I paid. Sweet! I can't wait to see what Ipsy has in store for February.


If you want to sign up for your own Ipsy subscription you can do so, here.


What did you all think of Ipsy's January bag? Were you happy with the products you received?


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