Ipsy Glam Bag - November 2018 Review | Frankly Kiersten Reviews

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What is ipsy Glam Bag?: ipsy is a monthly subscription that sends 4-5 beauty/makeup products plus a different makeup bag each month. They also have a referral program where you earn points. Be sure to use your points within a year of earning them, though, because they do expire. 

How Much is ipsy Glam Bag?: ipsy Glam Bag is only $10 per month shipped to the United States or $10 plus shipping ($4.95) to Canada. 

I now receive ipsy Plus with my original profile and a regular ipsy with my new profile.

Check out other ipsy reviews here.


There’s a lot of pink in this bag, especially for a winter-y bag!


The bag. Also, this picture went super yellow. Yikes.


Sand & Sky Australian Pink Clay ($8.17) - I have kept some of these and given away more, I get so many I can’t remember when I received the one I’m currently working through. It’s a good mask but a little too much for daily use for me, so I usually use it when my nose and chin are looking particularly poor.

Ciate Wonderwand Mascara ($4.13) - This was a really good mascara but nothing so spectacular that I had to buy a full-size, and I get so many samples of mascara that I end up giving half away because I can't use them all!


Eddie Funkhouser Twisted Kisses Lip Crayon (Kiss Me Twice) ($13.00) - This is a super pretty mauve-y pink lip crayon. It’s not wear-proof or transfer proof, but it’s a comfortable wear and wears off nicely. This has made it through a couple of lipstick destashes, so I must like it a lot!

Helios Beauty Eyeshadow (I Only Fly in FIRST) ($12.00) - This is stunning in the pan but a bit lackluster in the swatch. I really wanted to like this but I ended up passing it along.

Lottie London Blush Crush Powder Blusher (Zayn) ($3.12) - This is a gorgeous blush, but I can see how it would be annoying if this was received and you didn’t have a magnetic palette to put it in. I purchased a couple from OFRA when they put theirs on sale so I had one to put it in and kept this blush. It’s a little on the pink side for my typical tastes, but it’s stunning on.


Swatches top to bottom: Lottie London, Helios Beauty, and Eddie Funkhouser.


This bag was valued at $40.42. Overall, this was a nice Ipsy bag. It wasn’t anything to blow me away but the products were solid and I kept the majority, all that can be asked for.

As always, let me know what you thought of this bag in the comments!

Frankly Kiersten
Frankly Kiersten

A lifestyle blog focusing on makeup, subscription boxes, and nail polish.

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