Hey lovelies! I hope you are all doing well and enjoying the weekend. Today I am going to be sharing with you all what was inside my October Ipsy bag, which not surprising, was pretty neat. The products I received are definitely up my alley, and the couple that I have tried didn't disappoint.
Take a peek!
It Cosmetics Hello Lashes® Clinically Proven 5-in-1 Mascara: I am looking forward to giving this mascara a go. It promises to increase lash volume, it's paraben free, and thanks to the 5-in-1 formula this product is so much more than just a mascara. Along with that, this is also your primer, peptide growth serum, tint, and curler. Pretty neat, huh?
theBalm Meet Matt(e) Hughes Long-Lasting Liquid Lipstick: Liquid lipsticks are pretty much all I sport on my lips these days, so I was really happy to see this one from theBalm in my bag. The matte pinky nude shade is super flattering, it feels comfortable on the lips, it's long wearing, and the vanilla mint fragrance is just scrumptious. Needless to say, this liquid lipstick ticks all my boxes. I must check out the other shades in the lineup.
Emité Make Up Professional Slant Tweezer: I was in dire need of a new pair of tweezers, and this couldn't have arrived at a better time. I love how easily these tweezers allow me to pluck my brows with precision.
Eva NYC Therapy Session Hair Mask: I always appreciate a good hair mask. My dry hair just can't be without them. I haven't tried this mask from Eva NYC yet but I am expecting it to do wonders for my hair. It helps repair, strengthen, nourish, and protect hair. It's also paraben and sulfate free.
Peter Lamas Exfoliating Pumpkin Facial Scrub: This face scrub is pretty nice. It's gentle on my sensitive skin, and it leaves my face feeling clean and very smooth. Not to mention, it contains a yummy pumpkin scent which I just love during the fall months.
What did you all receive in your October Ipsy bags? I can't wait for November's bag!
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