ipsy Subscription Box Review – June 2016 2


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ipsy June 2016 Subscription Box Review
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 June 2016 Subscription Box Review
ipsy ships around the 10th of the month via DHL Global Mail. I generally expect to receive my package a week after they ship.

ipsy June 2016 Subscription Box Review

ipsy June 2016 Subscription Box Review

The June 2016 ipsy theme was “Rebel Rebel” and included the following items:

~The Bag: This bag is so fun!  The graffiti print is totally unlike anything ipsy has done and I am loving it!

ipsy June 2016 Subscription Box Review

 

~Delectable by Cake Beauty Everything Balm (7mL) (~$5): Everything balm does, yep, EVERYTHING!  It can be used to smooth hair, on cuticles, on your lips, to moisturize skim, you name it.  I think Delectable products are generaly yummy scented, but this didn’t smell like much of anything. It tasted good though.

ipsy June 2016 Subscription Box Review

 

~Hey Honey 24Seven Honey Day & Night Moisturizing Cream ($11.40):This is a revitalizing / anti-aging cream. It’s recommended target spots are your neck, face and eye contour area.  I’m not huge into the smell (it kind of reminds me of like Olay), but if it works I can get past that.

ipsy June 2016 Subscription Box Review

 

~Seraphine Botanicals – Happy Hibiscus (Full-Size) ($18): This is a long-wearing blush in a very wearable neutral shade. I love it!  Even better than that though is that Seraphine Botanicals products are 99% natural, vegan, gmo-free, cruelty-free, gluten-free and not tested on animals.

ipsy June 2016 Subscription Box Review

 

~Urban Decay Fireball Eyeshadow (0.03oz) ($11.40): I now know why this is a cult favorite.  This shade is amazing.  It changes color everytime I look at it.  It’s simply stunning. I don’t know what else to say other than to get this.

ipsy June 2016 Subscription Box Review

ipsy June 2016 Subscription Box Review
~Kajal Vasanti Waterline (Intense Black) ($18): I mention it all the time, but I am just not big into eyeliner so I will end up passing this on to a friend.  I tested it on my hand and it seemed to go on smoothly and evenly.

ipsy June 2016 Subscription Box Review
~Swatches:

ipsy June 2016 Subscription Box Review

All totaled I came up with a value of approximately $63.80 for the June 2016 ipsy bag. An amazing value and just a fantastic bag for me this month!

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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2 thoughts on “ipsy Subscription Box Review – June 2016

  • Jenny

    I got an UD shadow too and I love it. I pretty much love all my UD products that I’ve ever tried however I was a little sad at the small size of it. I know its a pricey item but it is a bit small. 🙁 I still have the little magnetic holder thing they sent a couple years ago that I’ve had items in and out of so I will put it in there but I would have loved a bit bigger sample or one that didn’t require a second holder.