Hello! I hope you are well. A new month means a new glam bag form Ipsy! I also wanted to start including whether or not products in my ipsy bag are vegan and/or cruelty free.I have been really starting to notice that there are many brands that don’t test on animals and I want to support those brands. So let’s jump into it!
The first thing I received is a liner from Serephine Bontanicals. This liquid coal waterproof liner has a rubberflex tip to acheive a perfect cat eye and it is vegan/celiac friendly! I cannot wait to try it out.
I love getting new brushed from Ipsy. This one from SLMissGlam is their T35 Precise Blending Brush. The first thing that caught my eye about this brush was the color. My brushes tend to favor the dark side, but this one is super bright and will definitely stand out among my other brushes. Also it is cruelty-free!
I personally love clear brow gel. It helps me put my brow hairs in place and get them ready for some filling in. I just don’t work well with a tinted brow gel. This one from Chella is their Eyebrow Defining Gel. I tried researching to see if this brand is cruelty free, but I have not found a definte answer.
This Skin Rescue Deep Cleanser with Red Clay from First Aid Beauty is something I am particularly excited to try this month. I love a good cleanser and am always looking forward to what it does to my skin. As read on the brand’s site: Do you test on animals? At First Aid Beauty, we love animals. That’s why we are committed to being a 100% cruelty free company. We have not, do not and will not conduct any testing of ingredients or finished products on animals. Furthermore, we only work with business partners who certify compliance with our policy.
The last product I recevied is from TheBalm. I have not been too excited to try any of the products I have received from this brand, so I will be removing this brand from my makeup preferences. TheBalm is not certified but they claim they do not test on animals. They aren’t vegan however, as some of their products do contain animal by-products.
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Hello! I hope you are well. This month is looking good for my glam bag. My July Glam bag is here so lets talk about what I recevied!
The first is another highlight….I can never have enough highlights. I wanna glow like a disco ball. This is from the brand Nomad Cosmetics. This Illuminating Highlight in Midnight Sun.
This eyeliner from Ciate London is their Wonderwand Gel-Kohl Hybrid liner in Black.
I love Tarte Cosmetics so I am excited to use their Rainforest of the Sea Deep Dive Cleansing Gel
I am always game for synethic makeup brushes so this Blender brush from So Susan is looking good. I am loving The look of this brush
My lips are always dry little gummy bears so I always have a lip balm close by. I have tried so many so why not try another? This one from Hempz is their Ultra Moisturizing Herbal lip balm. I love this. It smells, to me, like pineapple.
To the glam bag!.. This is the cutest little glam bag I’ve received. Sanrio’s Gudetama is the face of July’s Ipsy bag. This little guy is looking like me when I have to go to my day job. I love the animation of this bag.
And that is my July Ipsy bag? Did you like your glam bag this month?
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We’ve all seen those Artis makeup brushes that help makeup stay on longer, blend better and give an flawless look. Trust me, when those brushes debuted I was craving to get my hands on them. So my excited self went to their shop online and I was ready to buy them when I came across the price for a foundation brush. $80 for a brush was not in my budget and i’m sure it’s not in many of yours as well. But Amazon, being one of the best places to buy pretty much anything, they had dupe versions of the brush I was eyeing and I bought it for under $5! Today was my first day using it and I had to keep reminding myself not to tap in the product, but to brush my foundation on. As soon as I finished my foundation, I quickly saw that it made my skin look airbrushed and it looked like i’ve never seen it. Buy those Artis brushes if it’s in your budget and work it girl. However, if you can’t spend that money, go to Amazon and buy a perfectly good dupe for them now!
The second brush is a dupe for Morphe’s M460 1 1/2 Flat Contour Brush. I’ve been really wanting a brush that it thin enough for me to have more control over doing my contour. Morphe’s contour brush is $10 dollars without shipping and tax. I almost caved and bought it but I wanted to check Amazon to see if I could find a brush similar to Morphe. I did and found it for $2.60. This short bristle brush gives me way more control and precision of my contour and it has made it so much easier for me to achieve the contoured look I want.