Sunday, October 18, 2015

Ipsy October 2015 Alter Ego

Hey beauty lovers!  I haven't reviewed the Ipsy bag for a while, so I'm resuming the reviews from this month's bag—the 2015 October bag!  The bag has a gold side, and a glossy black side to reflect the "Alter Ego" theme.  This month's items were slightly disappointing for me, mostly because 4 out 0f 5 of my products were small sample sizes, and because most of the products I felt didn't suit me.

Eva NYC  Therapy Session Hair mask
I first heard of this brand at generation beauty, and I think their products a fairly good!   They have good results, but I'm not a fan of some of the ingredients they use which are not so good for you in the long run.  I did try this, and it smells really good, it has a very sweet scent.  It definitely does make my hair feel soft!

Émite Makeup tweezer

These. Tweezer. Are. Amazing!  These are very precise, and have a great grip.  Stray eyebrow hairs don't stand a chance!  I also really like the color of these—they are bright pink so they will always be easy to spot in my vanity, or my bag.

Peter Lama pumpkin exfoliator scrub
I like the consistency of this—it is a gel like substance with bits of grains to exfoliate the skin.  This really made my face feel soft and even.

The Balm Cosmetics Meet Mat(the) Hughes
This is such a small sample! But it is cute, and easy to carry around.  I really like the color because I've been meaning to get something in a dust pink-nude color.  It is vanilla-mint scented, which I'm glad about because I can tell this would be chemically smelling if they didn't.  This has good lasting power, but I don't like the texture that much.  It feels almost liquidity—it is very wet feeling.

It Cosmetics
Since I'm and It Cosmetics fan, I'm pretty excited for this mascara.  This mascara has a grip, making it easier to control the wand when applying mascara.  This is a great volumizing mascara, it even has a round tip with bristles so you can swipe your lashes vertically to get that flutter-effect.

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