Hi everybody! My Ipsy bag came but I went on a quick road trip away for fishing and some sun time! I was so excited to grab this bag because it had the new GlamourDolls X Lisa Frank brush in it! *squee* Let’s get started!
This bag is probably my favorite besides the October bag from last year! It is so fun and screams carnival!
The first item this month was EM Cosmetics Illustrative Eyeliner Brush Tip. This was inspired by calligraphy pens. It was also created by the co-founder of Ipsy, Michelle Phan. This eyeliner dries super fast but is still a bit too gray instead of black for me but is a great pen.
Oh. My. Goddess. This is so cute! This brush is by Glamour Dolls and is super affordable off their site! This brush is vegan-friendly and has synthetic bristles. It is perfect for blush and contour! I love how cute this is and takes me back to Lisa Frank binders, folders, pencils, shirts and stickers! It kicked me right in the childhood!
Here’s a top shot of the bristles! They’re full and so pretty! Man. I’m blown away!
This is The White Company and this is their Seychelles Hand and Nail Cream. This smells super beachy. Not like it is a bad thing. This lotion is very thick and hydrates your hands quickly 🙂 it has scent notes such as: coconut, orange, amber, vanilla, bergamot, and almond.
Next is Meg Twin Nail Polish in Lovey Dovey. One is a nude and the other is a blue gray. They say on the site for these polishes, you should apply a base, two coats of polish and then a top coat.
The last item that I received is a cream pigment by Hikari in the shade Honey Dew. A good pro tip is that you can also use this as a highlighter! It doesn’t crease and stays smooth. I have an arm swatch and other product shots for you!
Here’s the back of the sample. It has the name, company and shows that it is cruelty-free!
Here’s the inside of the product! It is a pretty, shimmery coal shade that works for every skin tone!
This is such a pretty color and adds such a nice pop. 🙂
There you have it! I was completely happy with this month! Yay! 🙂