Ipsy Bag March 2017
Ipsy Bag March 2017 is my first International Beauty Bag and I loved it to the bits. If you haven’t heard of Ipsy it’s a monthly makeup and beauty subscription bag just like Fab Bag. It costs around 10$ per month and you receive 5 products ranging from deluxe samples to full sized products.
Here’s what I received in my Ipsy Bag March 2017 –
OUAI Treatment Masque
I won’t be exaggerating if I say it’s a perfume then a treatment masque. It smells so gorgeous you can’t help but touch your hair often to get a whiff of the scent. And it makes hair so perfectly soft and smooth; it’s hard to resist.
This is definitely one of the best samples in this month’s bag.
Price – 32$ per kit (Sephora)
Eyeko Fat Brow Liner in Light to Medium
At first I was worried that this is not a product for me and a quick swatch on the hand confirmed I was right.
But then out of curiosity I did fill my brows with this one and I was pleasantly surprised!
It not only filled the brows to perfection but also tinted them to the natural brown black. It almost made my brows look naturally thick and well defined.
Imagine what a blessing it is to have this handy when travelling.
This is definitely a hit from my side!
Price – 22$ (Eyeko)
Tarteist quick dry matte lip paint in Vibin
This is one of the best lip paint I have tried in the recent past (it’s a good dupe of ColourPop Love bug and Sugar Cosmetics Rust Lust, but only the formula is amazing and the color is much richer than the other two).
Getting a mini from Tarteist is definitely the best thing in this month’s bag!
Price – 20$ (full size)
Elizabeth Mott Blending Brush
I have recently been trying my hand at eye makeup and finding this pretty brush in the Ipsy Bag was like a treat. I love hoarding brushes which are in baby pink, baby blue, and white or in rose gold hues, so this definitely is a much welcomed product. Plus, it’s a cruelty free brush (synthetic bristles) makes it all the more appealing!
Price – 15$ (Elizabeth Mott)
Air Repair Complexion Boosting Moisturizer
This brand targets the skincare needs of the frequent flyers, undoing the damage of the dry, mile-high air. It also works great on staycationers too with it’s the skin-quenching benefits.
And with my travel confirmed next month to the hill station, I can’t wait to carry this along with me to test it out. I sincerely hope this works amazing on me; I have been hunting for a good moisturizer forever now!
Price – 21$ (AirRepair Skincare)
So those were the 5 products I got in my Ipsy Bag.
While I loved all the products, Tarteist and Eyeko definitely top my list!
What did you love most? Have you tried Ipsy Bag yet?
You can check out here – Ipsy.com
Wondering how to order one to India?
Check out ShipoutfromUSA, I ordered mine through them.
And if you are looking for a coupon code for ShipoutfromUSA (I definitely did), here’s one for you –