My July Ipsy bag has finally arrived! This month's bag was pretty good. I love the different assortment of products I received, and I will definitely be getting lots of usage out of everything.
Take a look!
BelláPierre Cosmetics Mineral Lipstick: I received the shade P.I.N.K. which is a pretty rosy pink. I like the formula of this lipstick. It feels creamy on the lips, it's fairly moisturizing, and long-wearing. The pigmentation left a bit to be desired, though. The color that results on my lips is very close to my natural lip color.
City Color Cosmetics HD Powder: I have tried my fair share of HD powders and I gotta say, this translucent powder from City Color Cosmetics is an impressive, affordable contender. It's super smooth to the touch, it has a flattering matte finish, and it does a nice job at blurring out my pores and imperfections. Needless to say, this is the perfect finishing touch to my makeup.
Jersey Shore Cosmetics Mongongo Vanilla Coconut Cream Lip Conditioner: This 100% natural and organic lip conditioner contains mongongo oil, which contains hydrating, reconstructing, and regenerating properties. It also offers protection from UV and environmental pollutants. This lip conditioner has a creamy texture that feels light on the lips. It also has a sweet fragrance that's just scrumptious. Love!
Jor'el Parker Classico: When I first applied this fragrance, the sent was a little overwhelming, and not much my taste. But after awhile, the scent subsides and becomes much more woodsier, which I am quite fond of. Classico contains notes of Indian Tuberose, Turkish Cyclamen, and Australian Sandalwood, just to name a few.
Jelly Pong Pong Cosmetics 2-in-1 Eyeliner & Shadow: I am really pleased with this bronze eyeliner and shadow pencil. It's easy to work with, and it's long-wearing. I love to use this on my lower lash line to define my eyes a bit, and make them pop.
What did you all receive in your July Ipsy bag?
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