If you read my post about February’s Ipsy bag, you know I was not happy with it. Well, let’s just say that March’s bag MORE than makes up for it. I absolutely LOVE everything in my Ipsy bag, including the bag itself!
Let’s get started:
Mane Magic 10-in-1 Primer
This product smells amazing. It has everything I need in 1 product, hence the name. It detangles, shines, strengthens, reduces frizz and more. It’s also super light when I spray it on so I don’t feel like it’s weighing down my hair. It feels natural. It’s only $11.99 at Ulta, and I would definitely recommend this for anyone who has high maintenance hair but low maintenance priorities.
I love receiving makeup brushes in my Ipsy bags, give me all the brushes! This brush is the perfect sized blending brush, it doesn’t absorb too much too makeup, and it’s cruelty-free! I love everything about this brush down to the color. I think I’ve used this brush every single day since the day I got it. It’s $15 on the Elizabeth Mott website and on Amazon, and if you love makeup brushes, this is a great one.
Eye Define Retractable Crayon Liner in Black
At first, I wasn’t excited about this product. I’m more of a liquid eyeliner person, plus, I’ve gotten multiple black eyeliners like this from Ipsy in the past that I don’t use. However, I had to try it; I have to try them all. This product is unlike any other liner of the sort that I’ve tried. It glides on smooth and opaque, nearly impervious to removal. Prior to using it on my face, I warmed up the tip on my hand, creating a 1-inch line. This line did not come off all day – after several hand washes, it didn’t even smudge. It’s like it absorbed into my skin. When I used it on my eyelids, it was the same way. It didn’t come off all day! Bonus, it’s vegan and cruelty-free! You can buy it online for $14, and I highly recommend it for someone searching for the perfect non-liquid liner.
Freematic Eyeshadow in Marisa
I was SO EXCITED about this eyeshadow! I absolutely love this color – it’s a shimmery rosy, copper color. It was a little disappointing that it’s not as pigmented as I would like, but it’s so versatile that I don’t even care. It glides on without clumping. Wear it as a subtle rosy color without anything else. I’ve been wearing it with a shimmery gold and they complement each other perfectly. Even though it’s only the sample size, it’s a decent amount of product. The only thing I don’t love is the packaging – the clear lid slides off so it’s not secure. I had the same issue with the blush I received a few months back and it ended up coming off in my bag and went everywhere. But it’s packaged like this because it goes into a magnetic pallet. So, you wouldn’t have this problem if you bought the palette with the product. You can build a palette here!
tarteist™ quick dry matte lip paint in rosé, delish, or vibin
This product is the star of my March Ipsy bag. I love tarte, and I’ve always wanted to try their lip products. This product is everything and more. It glides on like velvet and dries almost instantly, but not so quickly that you couldn’t fix it. I received the color delish, a rosy mauve color. Once again, Ipsy knows how much this sort of color works for me. I’ve worn this lip paint every day since I received it. It’s long lasting, however, not completely water-resistant, though pretty darn close. It’s $20 on tarte’s website and if you’re looking for something that you can wear all day, so comfortably that you forget you’re even wearing it, this is worth it.
As for the bag itself – it’s one of the cutest Ipsy bags I’ve ever received. It’s a pale pink color with a cool circle fishnet-like design over it, perfect for spring! It even has a flip over the top for an added look of sophistication. I’m so in love with this bag.
Overall, March’s Ipsy Bag was a 10/10, 5 gold stars, `100% – it was just amazing. If you’re interested in signing up for Ipsy you can click my affiliate link here and I’ll get points if you do. You’ll get your own points too if you join. Those points add up and you can get cool stuff. This month, along with my regular stuff, I received Styli-Style Pressed Pigment in Liquid Gold. It’s definitely the most beautiful shade of gold I’ve ever scene. It’s only $6.99!
What did you think of your March Ipsy bag? What was your favorite product?
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