November 2017 Ipsy Glam bag review

Hello!  Happy Saturday!  I’ve been MIA for awhile, as I’m recovering from surgery. A bright point this past week was receiving my November Ipsy glam bag.

I liked most everything I got, which usually isn’t the case.  I had a heck of a time finding pricing for everything I received.  Ipsy costs $10 a month.  You get five products, and your selection is based on your personal profile.  I have changed mine several times over the years.  Most of the products are deluxe sample size, but I always get at least one full size product.  This month I got three full size products!  Sweet!

Here is what I got:

Ipsy Nov. 2017 Glam bag 11-15-17

Don’t know why it is sideways, must be the pain meds I’m on. Ha ha!  Ipsy is great about sending make up brushes.  I got a tapered highlight brush from slmissglam.  It’s so cute with it blue handle and blue rhinestones.  Next up is a gorgeous bronze loose eye shadow by Naked Cosmetics in Mother Nature.  It has tiny flecks of green and I can’t wait to try it on my blue eyes.  It retails for $14.99.

I’ve gotten many lip products from Colorpop over the years.  This month I got Ultra Satin Lip color in Calypso.  It’s a pretty pinky nude that retails for $6, this is full size.

I got a lip balm by Skyn Iceland Berry Lip fix, it was a deluxe sample, and just okay.

I also got a deluxe sample of IT Cosmetics CC+ foundation in light.  I have used this before and it offers great full coverage and  also can be used for a concealer.

All in all, I definitely got my money’s worth this month.  Thanks for stopping by.

Ipsy Nov. 2017 Glam bag 11-15-17 swatch

30 thoughts on “November 2017 Ipsy Glam bag review

  1. Sounds interesting; though, I have soooo many products I’ve bought, used once, not liked, and now sit idly in my make-up drawer and eventually find their way to the bin!
    Hoping you recover sooner than later. Pain is such a pain… 🙂

  2. I had to do a double take because the thumbnail for your swatch picture looked…vaguely inappropriate.

    🙂 I love watching beauty vloggers and reading beauty bloggers even though I can’t afford that stuff myself or wouldn’t know how to apply it properly even if I had the money to purchase it because I suck.

    • I don’t see it. I don’t like spending a lot of money on make up, but I always seem to find cheaper high quality products. It’s lots of trial and error. Expensive doesn’t always mean better. Thanks for stopping by.

      • When I type in, it takes me to a page with all the blogs I subscribe to on WordPress. The first thing I saw, when I was scrolling through, was what appeared to be a penis and I was like, “WTF is that?”. I clicked on the picture and was like “Oh. It’s not a’s a makeup sample of some kind on her wrist.” LOL

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