Jackie's Forget Me Nots

No vase can overflow if you never fill it up.

This month’s Ipsy bag was full of beauty products that I loved.

I had never heard of JMSolution, but I got a water luminous jelly cleanser. A Hydrating Cleanser! I love getting skincare, and it feels fabulous, and it works great on my skin.
It’s made with hyaluronic acid (lots of it) which helps keep your skin hydrated even after you wash it off. It deep cleans, but it’s way gentle so you can use it all the time—perfect if you have sensitive skin.

A Jelly-Type foam cleanser which adheres to skin and creates foam with water. Maintains skin’s softness while keeping long-lasting hydration and a natural supple glow.

The cost is $25

The second product is a brown eyeshadow with shimmery gold flakes. I always love an eyeshadow. This is a perfect shade for the fall. I was excited to try this new brand dls aka Dirty Little Secret

Bronzed - like a classic Goddess is supposed to be!

$12

It Cosmetics may work well for a lot of people, but not for me, unfortunately. Regardless, I was super excited and happy to see a Bye Bye Pores pressed powder in my bag! I am not a fan of the bye bye undereye or the pressed foundation though. Those products do nothing but accentuate my fine lines and wrinkles. Perhaps this will perform differently. I wish I had perfect skin, but I don’t so cya.

It cost $38

The next superlative product came in the form of a concealer. Hey Honey Trick AND Treat ACTIVE PROPOLIS CREAM CONCEALER. I had never heard of this brand, but it is good! I feel Ipsy does an excellent job at researching top quality products and I appreciate getting to try new stuff.

This product cost $36

Last but not least is the ‘Me’ Nail Polish from Dermelect Cosmeceuticals in the shade “what-a-gem.” It’s a weird name, and I am not crazy about it, but the brand has a lot of beautiful colors that I do like, including the ‘verdure’ hunter green.

Cost $14

So now that you’ve seen my Ipsy Bag what do you think? I would like to invite you to Join Ipsy. Every month you will receive products like these, and by using my referral link, I will earn 250 points for every subscriber that clicks and joins

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