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Ipsy Gigi Gorgeous Collection Box – Available Now for $39.99

Ipsy has added the complete Gigi Gorgeous collection to their Shopper section!  

Add our glow-getting collab with YouTube sensation GIGI GORGEOUS to your festive fall looks.

The Box: IPSY Gigi Gorgeous Collection

The Cost: $39.99

The Products:

  • The Gigi Body Glow (MSRP $25)
  • Less Is More Lip Gloss in Get Into It (MSRP $16)
  • Living Lip Balm in Natalia (MSRP $14)
  • The Gorgeous Contour Brush (MSRP $18)
  • The Gorgeous Highlight Brush (MSRP $18)
  • The Gorgeous Blush Brush (MSRP $18)
  • The Only Blush Duo in Authentic & Pride (MSRP $24)
  • The Sick Sculpt Bronzer Duo in Turnt & Extra (MSRP $24)
  • Turnt Touch Up Powder in Translucent (MSRP $22)
  • Get Lit Highlighter (MSRP $22)

Are you going to grab the collection?

FYI – If you are new to Ipsy, it is a $12 a month beauty and makeup subscription box. Check out all of our Ipsy reviews to see what’s been in past boxes. And check out our Ipsy Spoilers to see what’s coming up in future boxes! Ipsy Glam Bag Plus is $25 a month. Check out our Ipsy Glam Bag Plus reviews to see what you can expect each month. Ipsy Glam Bag Ultimare is $50 a month, Check out our Ipsy Glam Bag Ultimate reviews to see what you can expect each month

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Posted in Ipsy News, Subscription Box News| Tags: ipsy | 18 comments

Comments (18)

  1. Can’t find anywhere what the Gigi Gorgeous lip balm smells like! Can anyone help me out?

  2. The msrp on this collection is absurd. These products aren’t being sold anywhere but Ipsy. They aren’t sold for those prices on Ipsy.

    • They are just launching on Ipsy this month. Next month they will sell elsewhere.

      • What’s your point? Do you really think they will magically be worth that price? I don’t get why you are correcting someone over something that makes no difference.

      • That’s not the impression ipsy is giving from the copy on the description for the collection. “the landmark GIGI GORGEOUS collection is a limited-edition (and IPSY-exclusive!) collection”. Sounds like this is more Tetris/Betty Boop stuff out of ipsy’s China factory. If this is going to be available elsewhere then ipsy’s description is misleading.

  3. Dont really want anything from this collection but since its most likely you’ll get at least ONE thing…i hope i get the body glow! fingers crossed

  4. I would buy it if it was $25

    • $40 would be fine if I knew where it was made and what the formulas were. I wouldn’t even pay $25 not knowing anything about the quality.

  5. I don’t use blush, highlighter, or bronzer. I also don’t contour. I like natural and simple, not changing my face. I have plenty of lipgloss from subscription boxes. Betty Boop collection was more interesting. I really like the eyeliner I got in regular glam bag.

    • that’s a big LOL….

    • Maybe the problem is that ipsy doesn’t market itself as exclusively a makeup subscription with some occassional other products included but probably should. They should also just cut out the whole “its customizable!” part of their marketing approach because that clearly isn’t accurate either.

    • I don’t wear makeup but I subscribe to ipsy for the 2-3 skincare items I receive each month. I like that it’s a cheap monthly subscription based on my profile quiz. It’s my choice if I want to pay $12 (or more) per month for just a few skincare items that I get to pick vs a box that is the same for everyone. Ipsy is not JUST makeup because skincare/lip balm/fragrance/hair products are mixed in as well.

    • I am the same I don’t wear much makeup but I subscribe to ipsy for the skincare!

      • This is limited edition and ipsy exclusive. Does anyone have the Betty Boop blush available to compare the ingredients to the Gigi blush? I would not be surprised if this was the same ipsy stuff again. The colors and package styling are cute, and I think it’s interesting that it’s limited to these soft shades. No eyeliner, mascara, reds, or eyeshadow. I think a makeup line built around daytime wearable pretty colors would be nice, but if this is just a limited edition thing, then I’m not interested in getting invested in this. I want to find things I’ll be able to like today and still buy three years from now.

    • I understand not being into contour and highlight, but blush is one of the oldest and simplest types of makeup. Anyone going for a natural look usually looks a little healthier and fresher with a bit of blush. It mimics what your face does on its own, so it’s not changing your face at all. So many people are anti-blush, but then go around looking washed out. Smh

      • That is true. A form of ‘blushing skin’ has been used for many, many centuries in many cultures.

        Women in my mother and grandmother’s generations called it ‘rouge’.

      • Yes, even during times when wearing rouge was considered garish and something only “indecent” women with bad reputations would do, “good” women would still sneak around and apply the tiniest, most imperceptible bit of it onto their cheeks for a natural-looking flush. Or they would go around pinching the apples of their cheeks to make them flush.

        Could be that OP has very pink cheeks naturally and doesn’t need it (this is often the case for me, but I still wear it anyway), but almost everyone looks better when they use a little blush.

      • Yes! I remember my Mom telling me all the stories about the rationing of food, gasoline, tires, and most all commodities during WWII – she was a teen newlywed when Dad was sent to the Pacific Theatre with the Army Wolfhounds – and also how difficult it was to get cosmetics. That, and ‘nylons’, were almost nonexistent in many places. They used all kinds of things to put a little color on their faces.

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