Ipsy talk and Sample explanation
Hey everyone, today I am going to do some more reviews on sample products. I am subscribed to Ipsy where every month I pay $10 and receive an Ipsy bag with 4-5 samples.
A lot of people feel Ipsy isn’t worth it because of getting samples. Let me tell you, with having sensitive skin I would much rather try samples than to buy these products full size.
Some products I feel could be a tad bigger, but the items aren’t small to where you can’t get the full effect. I used to think that.. I use to be against sample size products until a few months ago.
So here it goes… With having dry skin I can’t ever find the right powders to set my concealer. Baking is a big no for me, but I still need something to set the makeup. Ive tried many between Huda Beauty, Cover Girl, and Nyx. All left my skin super dry. I even had a dry spot on my nose.
I finally found something to set my concealer. Ciaté London Extraordinary Translucent Powder. It is so light-weight. Because the jar is so small I use a fluffy eye shadow brush to apply it to my under eyes. It helps keep the concealer there all day. It doesn’t leave me with this dry feel under my eyes either.
Also, I always feel I need chapstick anywhere I go. In this months bag I received an Akar Skin Lip Restoration. It’s this tiny jar of lip butter and you just dip your finger in it then apply it to your lips. I’ve noticed I don’t need chapstick as much. I hoard chapstick.
Anywhere you look, either a blog or a video, everyone is going to have a different opinion about Ipsy. Any subscription box for that matter.
I also realize this blog wasn’t much of a review, more of an explanation.
More reviews coming tomorrow! What do you think tomorrow’s review will be?
Review hint: Colour Pop