September My Glam Bag/Ipsy

So, in case you weren't aware, My Glam is now Ipsy. The website has had a ton of improvements, and I really think they are improving! I...

So, in case you weren't aware, My Glam is now Ipsy. The website has had a ton of improvements, and I really think they are improving! I hope I'm right. This month's bag was nice, not perfect, but they do seem to be heading in a better direction.

Let me start off by saying, that the bag this month was cute, but mine already broke, so no picture!
So, let's discuss what was inside of the bag!

 First off is the Andrea's Choice Circus nail polish in Tightrope. 
This is full size, once again, and isn't available for purchase yet.(As far as I know)
I haven't used mine yet. The color looks pretty, but I honestly haven't been all that impressed with these nail polishes, and I'm also kind of sick of getting them. I find them to be streaky, sticky, and hard to work with. While it's nice to get an occasional nail polish, every month from the same collection/brand is a bit much I think.
Next is the Mirabella Eyeshadow in Semi Formal.
It's a pretty bronze-y color, and despite appearing to have chunky glitter, the glitter doesn't transfer.
This is fairly pigmented and not chalky. Nice fall color.
I'm a fan.
This is full size and retails for $10.

Jane Sparkle Gloss in Pink Sparkle.
This is worth approximately $3, and is full size.
It's very nicely pigmented, and has gold-ish glitter inside. It's a hot pink color, and is pretty opaque for a gloss.
It's also very thick and sticky. I'm a gloss hater, because I hate sticky lips!
If you like gloss, you'll like this.
It also smells like cake, to me!
If you guys don't remember, Jane was a brand that was around when I was in high school. They recently re-launched!

Carol's Daughter Repairing Split End Sealer
This is a sample of the product, and is supposed to instantly seal split ends.
I haven't tried it out, but that's a big claim to make!
The full size version of this product retails for $25, so the sample is worth around $5.60

Lastly, is the Soho Smudge Brush.
You can find these at Wal Mart, and this one retails for around $6.
It's a nice fluffy and soft brush, and it's been nice for blending.

A quick swatch of the gloss. This shows how pigmented it is, although the blue glitter isn't blue in natural light.

All in all, this was a pretty nice bag!
The total value is around $25, not counting the nail polish, as I don't know how much those will retail for at launch.

This is a great deal considering the bag is only $10/month and shipping is free!

I definitely recommend My Glam/Ipsy.
If you aren't subscribed, you should check it out!

Thanks for reading, and sorry this is so late!
I'll have another post up tomorrow!

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