Ipsy│November 2015

Happy Monday, lovelies! I hope you all had a lovely weekend. Today I am going to be sharing with you what I received my November Ipsy Glam Bag, which I was very happy with. I am sorry for getting this up so late-it's already December! I am seriously slacking with my posts. I have had to put blogging on hold for a bit because I have just been so occupied with my beautiful boy, Lucas-who will be ONE in just a few short weeks. I do hope to start blogging more frequently from now on because I have loads to share with you. Thank you all for being so patient with me!

Now, onto the Glam Bag!



Jelly Pong Pong Liquid Gossamer: My makeup is never complete without a highlighter. It adds the perfect touch. This liquid highlighter is formulated with fine, light reflecting mica pigments which help impart a youthful and ethereal glow to the skin. It's also water-based and paraben free. I added a bit of this to my cheekbones and I love how the shimmered champagne hue gives off the prettiest, and most natural looking glow. I may try mixing some of this with my foundation, when I want to up the glow factor. (Full Size: $22.95)

Smashbox Full Exposure Mascara: This mascara was one of my go-to's a couple of years ago. It takes my lashes from drab to fab thanks to it's ability to lengthen, volumize, curl, define, and lift. I don't know why I haven't gone back to this gem, but I do know that I will be purchasing a full size tube of this once I am done using up this deluxe sample. (Value: $7.37)

Figs & Rouge Mattifying Emulsion & Pore Refiner: This face primer not only controls shine and minimizes the look of pores, it's also clinically proven to help control breakouts. My skin has been acting all sorts of crazy lately, and I think it could definitely benefit from using this product. (Value: $18.41)


Absolute New York Nano Liner: When it comes to eyeliners, I am typically a gel kind of girl. I find them easier to work with and less intimidating than liquid ones. I was a little hesitant about trying this liquid eyeliner but, I am glad I did because surprisingly, I really like it. Control and precision is no feat thanks to the thin and flexible tip. The formula is very smooth and quick-drying, and the rich color payoff is not too shabby. (Full Size: $9.99)

Crown Brush Deluxe Pointed Crease Brush: I love receiving brushes in my beauty subscriptions, so I was happy to see this one in my November bag. I haven't given it a go yet but I have no doubt that this tapered crease brush will work wonderfully at applying and blending crease colors. (Full Size: $4.95)


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What did you all receive in your November Ipsy bags?


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