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on 5/20/2015 5:22:00 PM
More reviews by blackberries
Skin: Oily, Fair-Medium, Warm
Hair: Brown, Straight, Fine
I used to love ipsy for its cheap and wonderful idea. I especially love the makeup pouches, I see that 2015's bags are even cuter!But that's the only thing I love about ipsy—the makeup bags. The stuff inside are crappy dollar-store makeup. True, the value you get for ipsy is incredible for $10 but I definitely wouldn't pay original price for ANY of these items. In fact they are worth the $10 total. $10CAD I mean. I paid $20CAD for this to come to Canada.Okay some brands I am pretty happy receiving: Zoya, NYX, Pop Beauty, and high-end samples like Urban Decay Revolutionary Lipstick. But all in shades I would never use. We're talking about bright pink, unpopular* reds, overly glittery stuff.*unpopular like... the ones that never sellOften the makeup are not everyday colours. They're more "Let's play princesses at home!" kind of stuff.I subscribed for half a year, loved and kept all the bags, and tossed away almost everything else. All eyeliners and mascara were terrible to the point they were unusable, eyeshadows are "ew I didn't know these colours existed", and skincare items have ingredients that would irritate any face. I kept a Zoya nail polish, a Starlooks lipliner, and the UD sample.1 star for the lovely makeup bags2nd star for the thrill of receiving this in the mailbox and its cheap priceI decided my $20 per month can be wisely spent somewhere else.
2 out of 3 people found this review helpful.
on 4/30/2015 5:50:00 PM
More reviews by ekaterinacruz
Skin: Combination, Medium, Not Sure
Hair: Brown, Other, Other
I'm in love with Ipsy! They have beauty quiz that lets them know what kind of products you like the most, which works for me .I have retaken the quiz and my bags contain has changed. Of course, nobody can guarantee you won't receive something you don't like, but it's absolutely normal, since it's still sample service. Their points system is great, I was able to get full size Benefit Cha Cha tint this month. Also they have this Sneak Peak thing, it feels like surprise every month, keeps you excited! They send a lot of full size products, sometimes it's high end, sometimes drug store (i don't see anything terrible in drug store brands). Plus products come with a cute cosmetic bag. So much fun! Whole concept is just awesome. If you do use all type of make up products, if you're open for trying different shades, if you do understand that it's a sample service you'll be happy with Ipsy as much as i am. $10 a month. It's totally worth it! Here if you're interested! https://www.ipsy.com/r/2a1qq
on 4/15/2015 1:31:00 PM
More reviews by AriellaA
Skin: Sensitive, Medium, Not Sure
Hair: Blond, Other, Other
Cheap. Made in China Products with low grade ingredients.Amazing Marking and Amazing Social Presence.Would rather receive less products (2-3 items) made from better quality then 5 drug store brand talc infused cheap products.but boy they know how to market and hook a customer! Just not keep one.This brand is best for teenager and young adults.I discontinued my membership.
2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.
on 4/14/2015 6:18:00 PM
More reviews by FarfalleAlfredo
Skin: Combination, Fair, Not Sure
Ipsy service is terrible. Advertises personalized bags but they are far from personalized. I got a bag that was far from personalized. I spent ten dollars and got nothing I could use. Colors are not for my coloring and skin type, they sent products I had stated I do not use (they sent mascara which I cannot use). When I complained, I was told "be happy, you got make up!" What use is getting make up if I can't use any of it? Big waste.
4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.
on 3/18/2015 11:45:00 AM
More reviews by dladymuse
Hair: Blond, Wavy, Medium
Many of the products are from brands I've never heard of and many of the products are garbage. Ususually get lipshades that are great if you are looking for a one night stand or want to relive the 80's. They just don't flatter any skin tone. There have been a couple good products tho. Problem living in Canada if you find something you do like, the ipsy discount code is useless to you because many of these companies don't deliver to Canada. With the current exchange rate, the cost of an ipsy subscription if you live in Canada currently is around $20! With my two daughters also getting ipsy, it just isn't worth it spending $60 on mystery samples I usually end up throwing in the garbage anyway. The only awesome thing about ipsy is the samples come in an adorable little makeup bag. Love those little bags, I find them so handy for the purse.
5 out of 5 people found this review helpful.
on 3/9/2015 5:29:00 PM
More reviews by khloelovesmakeup
Skin: Other, Other, Not Sure
Hair: Other, Other, Other
Ive tried ipsy, i dont get the hype, its a cool subscription but nothing i really need. i have a few others sample society, tomboxes and birchbox. i feel like ipsy is just good marketing compared to the others i get. Its like a club only the cool girls get past the line quickly, get friends to signup and boom youre in
on 2/24/2015 12:01:00 AM
More reviews by hrstinson13
Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Not Sure
I love ipsy! For $10/month people shouldn't be complaining about it. It's a nice surprise in the mail and you get to try new products! It comes in an adorable pink bubble mailer and you get a cosmetics bag with 4-5 samples or full size products. This month (Feb 2015) the retail value of my bag was $73 and I only paid $10! I got to try several new brands that I have never heard of and ended up loving almost everything in my bag! If you don't love some of the items you get simply put them in a separate bin so if you ever need an little extra something for a gift or have a makeup emergency you are covered! If you want to sign up up follow my link! http://www.ipsy.com/r/2gvsf?sid=ipsypoints&cid=general
on 2/19/2015 12:51:00 AM
More reviews by motokitaco
Hair: Black, Other, Other
For 10 bucks a month... The price is not bad, I guess. HOWEVER, when you are only satisfied 1 out of the 15 products you received, it's a bust. I subscribed to Ipsy's Glam monthly glam bag 3 months ago and was not impressed with the quality or name brands of the things I got. The majority of the make-up was not pigmented and the ones that were did not even suit my complexion--I kept getting pale pink everything. Ridiculous... What was the point of even taking the customization survey in the beginning? I cancelled after giving it 3 tries; will be sticking with Birchbox. You don't get "full-sized" items, but at least you're more prone to using their items than Ipsy. Plus, the redemption point system is better anyways!
1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.
on 2/11/2015 11:03:00 AM
More reviews by jessicaholmes
Skin: Normal, Medium, Not Sure
Hair: Brunette, Other, Other
I received three Ipsy bags before I decided enough was enough! The product cost $20 a month for small, cheap, one-time-use, "made-in-China" products. They're missing or broken half the time, and the other half of the time they're sending you things you specifically didn't ask for.The concept is good, but the follow through falls so short.Will not be subscribing again.
4 out of 6 people found this review helpful.
on 2/7/2015 10:19:00 PM
More reviews by LilMissMatched
Skin: Combination, Olive, Not Sure
I have had an "ipsy glam bag" subscription for $10 per month for about four months... It's definitely hit or miss- I've gotten some good(ish) things: a J Cat gel eyeliner and an eyeliner brush, a pixi eyeshadow in a pretty bronze color, an impossibly small but cool Manna highlighter in Sheer Glo, a Beauty Without Cruelty face wash that I actually really love...but I've gotten some things I immediately give to my mom: a tiny tube of some olive oil eye cream (I've got a ton), a shimmery, champagne colored shadow in a cheap compact....honestly it's worth $10 to me. I mean c'mon, it's not top shelf products and the makeup bags are garish at worst and regiftable to a pre teen at best, but it's just ten bucks. I lose more than that in pocket change every month I'm sure. It's a nice little surprise in the mail beside the bills every month.*UPDATE* Still love Ipsy! I've since received tons if stuff I love! A Clarisea Sea Salt exfoliator (basically this nifty, tiny jar of sea salt and minerals that you mix with your face wash to slough off dead skin) a First Love roll on oil perfume by Demeter (I love the refreshing, singular floral/rose scent), a Model Co blush with an AMAZING color payoff, an adorable pink handled Luxe Large Angled makeup brush, a Medusa eyeshadow, a Mitchell and Peach Flora No 1 Fine Radiance Face Oil, a Real Techniques Fine Liner Brush, and a few other things, none of the rest really were that useful or interesting to me so I can't recall. But I'm still satisfied with it. I like that I get different makeup brushes, and there's a good mixture of items per bag (so far.) I've gotten face washes, perfume, blush, eye shadows, eye creams, makeup brushes, gel liner, face highlighter...all kinds of things, most of which I honestly love. I also love that their goodies are mostly nice, decent sized. Like the roll on perfume, the website retails it for over $20 and it's an actual perfume oil so it's very strong- a little goes a long way. That thing will last me months. The Clarisea Instant Glo Sea Salt Exfoliant- I've had it for months and it's only about 1/3 of the way gone. Again, a little goes a long way and I exfoliate once per week. The Model Co blush is so intense, one dusting does the entire job. I'm paying $10 for things I would normally be shelling out waaaay more for. I mean c'mon, we all honestly are slaves to product, "consumers"- every one of us...whether we want to admit it or not, and who doesn't love getting stuff, even if it costs $10? ❤️I love ipsy!
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