Ipsy is average its 10/month but the products you recieve are usually drug store plus theyre sample sized. The quality is average Id rather spend my money on full size drug store makeup for 5 dollars more. The only good thing is the really cute makeup bags
HANDS DOWN BEST MASCARA!!! I love this wand and the way it makes my lashes feel and look. I always used too faced but when I saw this I just had to try it out and it is amazing. It makes my lashes look great and it's long lasting! A must have!!!
I like this mascara cause it does the job of not clumping my lashes to some high end mascara but I am not a fan of the wand so I switched it to the too faced wand cause I feel the result is better! It's a decent mascara
This is a really good high end setting SPRAY it keeps my makeup in place for most of the day and it's super easy to use. However I do see that after 7 hours my makeup tends to be a little faded but I'd still recommend it to others if you have a light makeup and don't really touch your face a lot like I do haha
Oh my gosh I love this mascara I have very short lashes and this emphasizes them and makes it look like I actually have long lashes it's so worth the price and it lasts a really long time I'm on my second tube right now and I haven't regret the purchase! To die for!!!
This palette is the bomb dot com the shades blend so smoothly I had the Anastasia palette and this is way better! I got this at Sephora and it was the last one in stock and I'm so glad I did. Highly recommend
I would say that this powder is pretty good and does control oil. I wouldn't say it's omg hg because it is a little bit chalkier than I'm used to. I think the best way to appy this is BEFORE your powder foundation on your oily areas. This is so you don't have a white cast and I think controls oil better that way. Overall good powder!
This is my HG concealer. I have acne-prone, oily skin in one of those impossible to match shades. I use Fair, which blends seamlessly with any foundation I've used. Since I have acne scarring and areas of redness, I use this over my foundation as a spot-check. It's creamy and very blendable--I can use it everywhere except under my eyes. I used to use it as a shadow base (before I found UDPP) and it actually worked pretty well. For under $5 a tube at a drugstore, you really can't beat it if you can find a shade that works for you. The only problem I have is it's not always stocked. I don't think it's DC'ed but I have a hard time finding it consistently, so I pick up a few at a time. It lasts FOREVER--especially since it's a squeeze tube with a skinny nozzle making it hard to over-dispense.