Ipsy took a break from its traditional October Halloween theme and went with Crimson and Lace. I’m here for the bag which is an elegant change from the norm. I can’t wait to toss it in my purse as a makeup bag.
The Ipsy subscription service is $10 a month, and I always get my money’s worth. Take a look.
This IT pressed pore powder is the perfect size to toss in my crimson and lace makeup bag for touch-ups throughout the day.
I received a Furless crease brush. I’d never heard of the brand, but the brush is a nice quality. I looked it up the company, and here’s a link with more information Furless.
I’m looking for a new mascara, so I was excited to get this trial size of Tarte’s Lights, Camera, Lashes mascara. It’s gotten rave reviews.
Every time I go to Sephora, I look at the First Aid Beauty line. I finally get a chance to try it out. The hand and body cream has shea butter, licorice root, and white tea in it.
Lastly, I received this Context Vitamin C all day eye cream. This is a full-size tube that costs $35. In addition to Vitamin C, it has Echinacea, licorice, and grape seed.
Another great bag this month from Ipsy.