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December ipsy Glam Bag Review 2014

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Wah. Wah. Wah.
So. Not too much excitement this bag receiving season…although in a fairness I am DEFINITELY getting use out of those of these products.

Nothing spectacular SPECTACULAR but surely worth it!

GOODIES: 450° blow out spray
Nyx butter lip balm
Tarte lights camera lashes mascara
Caitlyn just mineral eye-shadow Orchid
BWC 3% AHA complex facial cleanser

POSITIVES: The Blow Out spray is wonderful and light.
Love the eye-shadow shade for my eye color, its a rich golden tawny warm champagne, SO packed with shimmer and nothing too chunky.
NYX lip balm smells like strawberry sourstraws which may not be a positive for most people.
Tarte Mascara is hopefully great, I’m saving it.

NEGATIVES: NYX butter balm has terrible color pay off and only worked to hint at another color when layered.
The oil has the LARGEST spray diameter…covered the bathroom floor in oil on the first shot, so there’s tour first warning WATCH OUT!

It was well worth the $10 spent, and shipping keeps getting better and better.

Join me on ipsy and subscribe to the Glam Bag! You get 4-5 beauty products every month delivered to your door, for just $10 with a unique bag to boot!!.

Michelle Phan curates the bags!

Check it out here: http://www.ipsy.com/r/3lov

Thanks for the lookie loos


Author: L.G. McCrafty

While I have ODC tendencies towards neatness and order, I am a total creative basket case! (in a good way!) I have the every pressing urge to make EVERYTHING and put my own spin on something plain to make it PIZAZZ!

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