Ipsy Glam Bag – February 2016



Trust Fund Beauty Nail Polish – I’m Kind of a Big Deal (full size)
Vintage by Jessica Liebeskind Lip Gloss – Pink Sequin (travel size)
Argan Oil of Morocco by OGX – In-Shower (full size)
bellapierre Mineral Blush – Desert Rose
Luxie Beauty – Flat Definer Brush 221

My February IPSY Glam Bag arrived a wee bit late this month, but it was worth aalllll the wait! Love love love the products in my bag! This month’s bag was so beautifully crafted to suit my needs! I couldn’t be more pleased! Yay! One sneak peak into my bag and I was thrilled! 🙂 Am I going over board with all the excitement? Yes? Ok ok! Time for me to stop gushing about my bag and let you guys know about it!

The BAG!!

The theme for this month was “Pretty in Pink”. It was a perfect bag for the month of LOVE! Sending a heart in the post! The rocky matte finish along with the color combination made for the cutest IPSY glam bag I’ve received to date! I’ve always been a sucker for the bright pink and black color combination! Candy pink always adds that much needed pop of color! 🙂

The Polish!! 

Yes, I’m kind of a big deal, and I have the nail polish to go with! Haha! I received a full size bottle of the nail polish, “I’m Kind of a Big Deal”, by Trust Fund Beauty! Don’t you just love the name?! I loved this shade of dusty rose for my wheatish skin but more importantly, the nail polish is vegan, cruelty free AND “5 free”. By “5 free”, the product is free from 5 nasty chemicals: toluene, formaldehyde, lead, nickel and phthalates. The only thing I did not like about this product was that it was a little runny, but two coats of polish achieves the look I want! 🙂 You can buy this product here for $15.

The Gloss!!

The lip gloss, “Pink Sequin” from Vintage by Jessica Liebeskind, did not completely go with my skin tone but the sparkles won it for me! I will have to use the gloss over a shade that suits my complexion as it’s not a perfect match but what I liked about it was that the gloss (and the sparkly affair with my lips)pretty much stayed on after an entire meal! The shade is an icy light pink with the sparkles! I’m assuming I got the sample size gloss of 0.14 oz. The Vintage website did not mention the size but you can find the shade here for $21.

The Oil!!

Frizzy hair? Don’t fret! The Miracle In-Shower Argan Oil of Morocco by OGX is the answer! I’ve used this in the shower where I’ve once added it with my shampoo and another time with my conditioner! This product leaves your hair feeling smooth, frizz free and smells absolutely heavenly in the shower! I received a full bottle of the product from IPSY. You can buy this from ULTA or Amazon for around 8 odd dollars.

The Blush!!

I received the bellapierre mineral blush in the shade “Desert Rose” which went well with my skin tone! The blush had a soft glowy finish with a tinge of shimmer. If you get your hands on this product (which you must!), then start off with a little and build on it. A little seemed to go a long way for me. The product says it is suitable for all skin types, and with my sensitive skin having no reactions to the mineral blush, I have to agree! You can get the full size product for $45 here or a sample size product here for $20.

The Tool!!

To be honest, I haven’t had the chance to use the Luxie Beauty Flat Definer Brush 221 as yet. The brush looks absolutely pretty with a baby pink handle and a rose gold ferrule. The product description says the brush is made cruelty free, vegan and paraben-free which is definitely a plus factor! I love the way the brush looks and you can find it here for $12.

Well, this was a good IPSY month for me! Loved and/or liked all the products in my bag! 5/5 for IPSY this month! Yay! If you subscribe to IPSY as well, let me know what you got in your bag this month and if any of you have used these products before, let me know your thoughts! 🙂

Thanks for reading! XOXO



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