Ipsy // December 2015

My December Ipsy arrived on my doorstep yesterday afternoon and I couldn't help but jump for joy. Getting a pink package in the mail once a month is always a fun little surprise. I'm not going to lie, I was on the fence about this monthly subscription box when I first signed up two years ago. The very first time I received my bag I realized that most of the products were indeed sample sized. So many girls complain that the items are too small but I quickly came to the conclusion that no matter what they send, $10 for a monthly bag full of sample sized makeup products is pretty awesome. I find that there is always enough product to know if it's worth purchasing again or not. I love being able to test out different products to see if they work for me without having to purchase them full size. I've come across several makeup and skincare products that are incredible and I wouldn't have otherwise found out about them. Today, I want to share what I got in my December Ipsy and I've also listed my favorite items down below that I've discovered through Ipsy and fell in love with from my subscription during the last two years. 

December Ipsy

01. Clarks Botanicals // Deep Moisture Mask
02. Peony Cosmetics // Shadow Trio
03. Briogeo // Curl Charisma Leave-In Creme
04. Pacifica // Power Of Love Natural Lipstick
05. Elizabeth Mott // Thank Me Later Eyeshadow Primer 

Here are some products that I discovered and fell in LOVE with through my subscription with Ipsy these last two years:


1. Malin + Goetz // Mojito Lip Balm
2. Briogeo // Don't Despair, Repair! Deep Conditioning Mask
3. Dr. Lin Skincare // Acne Spot Corrector
4. Derma E Natural Skincare // Microdermabrasion Scrub
5. Dr. Brant // Pores No More Refiner
6. Alterna Haircare // Caviar CC Cream 10-in-1 Complete Correction
7. Luxie Beauty // Large Angled Face Brush
8. Model Co // Blush Cheek Powder
9. Chella // Ivory Lace Highlighter
10. Skyn Iceland // Hydro Cooling Eye Gels

Thank you so much for stopping by and reading,

XO Karen

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