December Ipsy Bag


It’s Ipsy Day!! I love getting my Ipsy bag every month. I’ve finally reviewed by bags enough where it’s prefect curated for me. I get products that I love pretty much every month. Maybe one product that I’m not super excited for. Having been a subscriber of Ipsy for so long now, I feel like I don’t buy as much makeup and skin care products. This months products are great for the holidays upon us and the travel that goes along with the holidays.


Dead Sea Mask by Global Beauty Care
I love a great face mask. I’m excited to start using this one because it will get all the gunk out of your skin. Dealing with a bit acne that I am a big fan of mask and I use that about 3-4 times a week. Some times more depending on how I’m feeling. One of most used mask right now is a clay mask, so I’m interested to see how this mask stands up to the own I already own.

Extreme Dimension Lash Mascara by MAC
I love getting mascaras in my bag, but I’ve built up quite the collection that I don’t reach for that often. This will be a mascara that I reach for more than the others. It reminds me of the Benefit Roller Lash as far as the shape of the wand.

Face Cleanser by First Aid Beauty
I have received this product a few times before and it’s one of my favorite cleansers. I love getting this because it’s great for travel. This cleanser does such a great job at getting everything off your skin. First Aid Beauty is one of my favorite skin care line, the do such a great job at a great price point.

Precision Shader Brush 239 by Luxie
Luxie is quickly become my favorite brand of makeup brushes, next to Morphe. I’m excited about his brush because I don’t have anything this shape. Shader and blender brushes are my most reached for brush. They are great for a simple everyday eye. Plus these brushes are so soft and blend eyeshadows so well.

Loose Eyeshadow Pigment in White by Meech and Mia
I’m not the biggest fan of loose pigment, I’m pretty good at make a mess with them. These pigment will be great for holiday parties. I am getting better at using pigments, but I’d much rather use a pressed powder eyeshadow. Because this pigment is so light it will also be great to highlight the brow bone and inner corner, which is how I will be using this the most.