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ipsy Review - March 2017
ipsy sends its members a beautiful Glam Bag with 4-6 deluxe samples and full-sized beauty products based on your ipsy profile. Their bags always have an incredible value (well over the $10 cost), and I am always amazed at how they do it. I don’t always love everything in the bags, but I always always think it was worth my $10.  They also offer a rewards system for subscribers.  You can earn points by reviewing the items you get in your bags, sharing your ipsy bag on social media, etc. You can then redeem your points for products (often items which were featured in previous months) on the ipsy website.

ipsy
Cost: $10/month
Ships To: United States and Canada including overseas military installations via DHL.
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ipsy Review - March 2017
ipsy ships around the 10th of the month via DHL Global Mail. I expect to receive my package a week after they ship.

ipsy Review - March 2017

There is a ton of variation in ipsy bags, so they don’t include product details on their information card. Specific details on the items in your bag can be found in your ipsy account online.

ipsy Review - March 2017

The March 2017 ipsy theme is Tres Jolie, and my Glam Bag included the following items:

~The Bag: This is easily my favorite ipsy bag to date.  It’s larger than normal and folds over so that it can be carried as a clutch.  One side is a soft velvet-like material, and the other is that same material with a metal overlay.  I love it.

ipsy Review - March 2017

ipsy Review - March 2017

 

~MintPear Collagen Serum (8mL) ($21.07): This serum is lightweight, not oily and soaked in quickly.   So silly, but I was expecting it to smell like mints and pears.  LOL.  It’s unscented.  It’s also free of parabens, mineral oil, propylene glycol and GMOs and works to make your skin youthful and radiant.


~Cake Desserted Island Supreme Body Mousse (1oz) ($2.75): This is a rich whipped body lotion that smells like Tahitian vanilla and coconut.  I mean, what’s not to like here?

ipsy Review - March 2017

~tarte cosmetics tarteist™ quick dry matte lip paint (rosé) (1mL) ($3.33): Subscribers who received this were sent one of three shades: rosé, delish, or  vibin.  I received rosé which is a rose nude.  It’s a bit too bold for me, but the coverage is great, and my SIL mentioned wanting to try a few shades of this, so I am passing it along to her.

ipsy Review - March 2017

 

~Skone Cosmetics Luxe Pro Blending Brush ($15): This blending brush is made of professional grade nylon hairs.  It works to get your eyeshadow perfectly in the crease of your lid and making blending a breeze.

ipsy Review - March 2017

ipsy Review - March 2017

 

~So Susan Blush & Glow (.11oz for $22.95): I can’t even tell you the last time I was this excited about a new blush.  This is stunning.  Just stunning.  It’s a hint of color and a bunch of glow.  So beautiful.

ipsy Review - March 2017
~Swatches:

ipsy Review - March 2017

All totaled my March 2017 ipsy had a value of $65.10.  For a $10 bag that is amazing.  I wasn’t overly excited when I peeked at my bag this month, but it’s way better in person.  Way better!

Did you get this month’s ipsy bag? What variations did you get? And what’d you think? If you are interested in subscribing or want to learn more, click here.


About Jennifer

Jennifer is the author and founder of Subscription Box Ramblings. She first discovered subscription boxes in 2012 and has been addicted since. Current favorites include Popsugar Must Have Box, Boxycharm, Mommy Mailbox and Rachel Zoe Box of Style.


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  • Dani

    I was going to say that is the best Ipsy bag I have ever seen. Also, that blush looks great on. I wasn’t so sure when I saw it just in the package, but on your arm it is gorgeous!