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Ipsy Glam Bag X May 2021 Choice Spoilers

 

We have more confirmed spoilers for the May 2021 Ipsy Glam Bag X!  Ipsy Glam Bag X is the new quarterly, limited edition upgrade to your monthly IPSY membership.

The May Glam Bag X will be curated by Khloe Kardashian:

The hottest launches, the biggest names, and Glam Bag X exclusives—it’s all yours with May’s limited edition drop.

Choose 3 of your products during Ultra Personalization, 5/2–5/3, and Khloé will custom-pick 5 more products for you to discover.

Here are the choice products for May:

We’ve already teased out what Khloé has picked just for you, but the below Khloé-curated products are the ones you might get to choose for yourself. Yep, these 10 can’t-miss choice products could be yours this May.

OLAPLEX No. 0 Intensive Bond Building Treatment

MOON ORAL CARE Kendall Jenner Teeth Whitening Pen in Vanilla Mint

COLORWOW Pop + Lock Frizz Control and Glossing Serum

ONE/SIZE Eye Popper Sparkle Vision Liquid Eyeshadow Everything & More

M·A·C 80 Romantic Lashes

RIKI LOVES RIKI RIKI Cutie IPSY Exclusive

THE ROUTE BEAUTY THE PARTY PEEL

CHRISTOPHE ROBIN Cleansing Purifying Scrub with Sea Salt

MORPHE Continuous Setting Mist

DOSE & CO Unflavored Collagen Peptides

Your bag will include five of the following products based on your Beauty Quiz preferences in addition to the three you get to choose for yourself:

111SKIN Rose Gold Radiance Booster ($135 MSRP) *Every May bag will include this

Khloé’s secret weapon for skin that looks lit-from-within 24/7? This glow-enhancing serum. “This looks so fab on my bathroom counter, plus it reminds me to use it nightly,” says Khloé. It contains rose water and niacinamide to brighten skin, hydrating hyaluronic acid to create a plumping effect, and tiny light-reflecting gold particles to instantly illuminate your complexion.

RMS BEAUTY Lip2Cheek in Demure ($36.00 MSRP)

You know the perfectly flushed skin in all of Khloé’s selfies? She gets it with this! The creamy multi-use color combines the best of both worlds—quality performance and a good-for-you formula loaded with shea butter and buriti oil. Use your fingers to tap it on your cheeks, lids, and lips for a soft flush of color. “This looks just as good applied with a beauty sponge,” she adds. “Plus, it totally saves my long nails.”

TOWER 28 ShineOn Milky Lip Jelly ($14.00 MSRP)

Khloé is always ahead of the trends, so it’s no surprise that she’s a fan of this lip jelly from TOWER 28—one of the buzziest beauty brands on the market: “This gloss lives in my purse for easy touch-ups over whatever lip I’m wearing.” The vegan, cruelty-free, and dermatologist-tested formula is made with plant-based ingredients (like apricot oil and raspberry seed oil) to nourish dry lips and give them a glossy finish without feeling sticky.

M·A·C Love Me Lipstick in Bated Breath ($21.00 MSRP)

The perfect warm, pinky-nude lip look Khloé is known for? It starts with the right lipstick—specifically this one. One swipe (seriously, you don’t even need a lip liner) treats your pout to a dose of moisture (thank you, argan oil) and coats lips in weightless, long-lasting pigments and a soft satin finish. “I like to tap it on for a light wash of color,” she says. “You don’t even need a mirror.”

RODIAL Pink Diamond Cleansing Balm ($59.00 MSRP)

Using a cleansing balm at night is an absolute must when you’re wearing heavy makeup during the day. Regular face washes can’t always break down long-wearing formulas. This one easily dissolves foundation, eye makeup, and more with a luxurious melting formula. Plus, it’s infused with vitamin E, sweet almond oil, and rice germ oil to nourish skin while you cleanse. “After my glam team goes hard with a look, this cleanser is a lifesaver at night,” says Khloé.

HERBIVORE Prism AHA + BHA Exfoliating Glow Facial ($58.00 MSRP)

When a glow-boosting facial at your favorite spa isn’t an option, this at-home exfoliating treatment (it’s a regular in Khloé’s routine) is the answer. Apply a thin layer on clean skin, leave it on for 20 minutes, and let the alpha and beta hydroxy acids work their magic to improve your tone and texture. Your complexion will look noticeably smoother, softer, and clearer after each use. “After a long day of shooting in glam, this saves my skin from breakouts,” says Khloé.

CHARLOTTE TILBURY Charlotte’s Magic Cream ($100.00 MSRP)

Charlotte’s never-skip step when it comes to prepping her client’s skin for makeup? A layer of her iconic Magic Cream. It instantly reduces dullness and redness with antioxidants and floods skin with moisture (thank you hyaluronic acid) to plump fine lines and wrinkles. Whatever makeup you apply on top will go on super smooth and look perfect in pics. “This makes me glow even on my no-makeup days,” says Khloé.

ANASTASIA BEVERLY HILLS Brow Pen ($22.00 MSRP)

Bold, beautiful, camera-ready brows are a Khloé Kardashian signature—and this multitasking pen makes it easy to score the look in just a few strokes. The specially-designed brush has a superfine tip (don’t worry—it doesn’t skip or dry out) that helps create realistic-looking brow hairs so you can add detail, definition, and dimension to your arches. Khloé’s trick: “I pretend like I’m drawing on little hairs, and my brows are perfected in no time.”

 

KOSAS The Big Clean Volumizing + Lash Care Mascara in Intense Black ($26.00 MSRP)

“If you’re lash obsessed like me, you’ll be obsessed with this clump-free volume,” says Khloé. Not only does it make lashes look amazing—it’s good for them, too! A few coats of the cruelty-free, plant-based formula gives teeny lashes instant thickness, lift, and length thanks to a blend of volumizing waxes, strengthening vitamins and peptides, and moisturizing castor oil.

ONE/SIZE Visionary Eyeshadow Palette ($42.00 MSRP)

Whether you want to create a low-key look for your morning Zoom or a high-key look for date night, this 15-shade palette has got you covered. It’s filled with influencer and makeup artist Patrick Starrr’s favorite shades—from bright cobalt to shimmery rose gold—and Khloé happens to love them, too. “I stick to the top row for day-to-day glam,” says Khloé. “On the weekends? I’m all about that blue.”

ANASTASIA BEVERLY HILLS Modern Renaissance Palette ($45.00 MSRP)

This versatile eyeshadow palette is packed with 14 shades that range from neutral to berry in matte and metallic finishes—all with Khloé’s stamp of approval: “These pink shades are so major! I love how feminine they make me feel.” The best part? You don’t need expert-level makeup skills to use these shades like a pro—they’re easy-to-blend, highly-pigmented, and produce zero fallout.

Your May bag will include three more products that you get to choose (Personalization is on 5/2–5/3).

  • Kopari CBD Recovery Balm
  • Olaplex No.0 Intensive Bond Building Treatment
  • Anastasia Beverly Hills Modern Renaissance Eye Shadow Palette
  • The Route The Party Peel Golden Illuminizing Peel
  • Complex Culture Rose Quartz Gua Sha
  • MAC Cosmetics Lipstick
  • RMS Beauty Lip2Cheek Tint
  • ONE/SIZE by Patrick Starrr PATRICK STARRR Visionary Eyeshadow Palette 
  • Dose & C0 Collagen Peptides

More on Ipsy Glam Bag X:

The quarterly upgrade is available for Ipsy Glam Bag and Ipsy Glam Bag Plus subscribers. It’s an additional $43/shipment for Glam Bag members and $30/shipment for Glam Bag Plus members.

  • Get 7–8 full-size, celeb-curated products (worth up to $350/shipment)
  • Choose 3 faves from a personalized set of the most-coveted brands
  • Get exclusive access to the hottest launches before anyone else
  • Glam Bag X replaces your monthly bag 4x a year (in Feb., May, Aug., and Nov.)

Full details from Ipsy:

It’s time to get even more of the beauty you love, want, and can’t get enough of—because treating yourself a little extra is always a good idea. That’s why we’re totally over the moon to introduce the all-new Glam Bag X, a quarterly, limited edition upgrade to your monthly IPSY membership. Think of it as your all-access pass to the most-coveted brands, hottest launches, and need-to-try products in beauty. Your Glam Bag X includes seven to eight full-size products (worth up to $350) specially curated by beauty’s biggest tastemakers and celebs, and you’ll even get to choose three from a personalized assortment—which, BTW, includes dibs on exclusive product drops you won’t find anywhere else.

What You Need to Know About Glam Bag x Khloé

This iconic collection will include eight full-size products worth up to $529(!!!) hand-picked by Khloé herself and matched to your beauty preferences. “Makeup is the ultimate form of self expression,” says Khloé. “I love that I can have a snatched eye one day, a red lip the other, and I can essentially play a different character every single day.” Glam Bag x Khloé is full of everything you need to experiment, play, and discover your signature looks.

“There’s no right or wrong when it comes to glam,” she says. “My motto is do whatever makes you feel like your best self.” Glam Bag x Khloé lets you in on all her beauty secrets, from her go-to products, to tips from her inner circle, and exclusive access to her epic glam team. “Basically, you’re getting the full VIP treatment.”

How Does Glam Bag X Work?

Glam Bag X is available as a quarterly upgrade for Glam Bag and Glam Bag Plus members, so if you already have one (or both) of those bags, just visit the Glam Bag X tab, and click on the Upgrade Now button. “The full collection ships this May, so get on the list because, trust me, you will not want to miss this,” says Khloé.

Not a member yet? No problem. Get started by taking our Beauty Quiz and telling us all about your preferences. Once you’re done with the quiz, you’ll have the option to sign up for Glam Bag or Glam Bag Plus. After you’ve made your choice and become a member (welcome to the fam!), log into your account, and visit the Glam Bag X tab. All that’s left to do is click the Upgrade Now, and you’ve just scored the most-coveted membership in beauty. “I absolutely love every single one of my Glam Bag X products, and I cannot wait for you to get your hands on it,” says Khloé. “You guys are just gonna love it.”

When will my Glam Bag X ship?

Already looking forward to getting that baby in the mail? Can’t blame ya. Glam Bag X ships four times per year (AKA every three months) in February, May, August, and November. The debut Glam Bag x Patrick Ta will ship in February and replace your monthly Glam Bag or Glam Bag Plus. As with your monthly bag, Glam Bag X ships shortly after you’re billed successfully on the last day of the preceding month, and you can expect it to arrive approximately two weeks after billing.

How are my products selected for me?

Your Glam Bag X includes seven to eight full-size products curated by one of beauty’s biggest tastemakers. The featured curator of the month hand-selects four to five of your products, and you choose the remaining three from a personalized assortment that features Glam Bag X exclusives. Your exclusives can include early access to new products, hot launches, and all those other FOMO-worthy beauty moments that you need to get in on.

When do I get to choose my Glam Bag X products?

During Glam Bag X months, you’ll get to choose three of your full-size products starting on the 2nd at 9 a.m. ET until the 3rd at 6 p.m. ET. Set your alarm, circle the dates on your calendar, write a sticky note—do what you need to do so you don’t miss out!

What do you think of Ipsy Glam Bag X?

And if you are new to the regular 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.

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Comments (42)

  1. If I sign up now, will there be any possibility that I can get the May Glam X? Thanks!

    • Nope. It’s sold out. If you sign up now you’re waitlisted for August (I already tried because my silly self got super late FOMO even though I know I don’t actually *need* more stuff, lol)

      • Thanks Gene. What a pity that I stuidied all spoilers but found I can’t get the box lol

  2. Am excited everything is good for me. But one problem I want both palettes. 😘

  3. I’ve been with Ipsy every since it has been a Ipsy. Ive subscribed to every bag they have launched each failed. They are getting worse. April is my last subscription. I can’t do them anymore just canceled.Just like I canceled all my Boxy Charms last month same thing. It has come to an understanding these subscription boxes are nothing but a waste of money and rip off bc you’ll eventually get the same product in another subscription box later on. They are not matching your beauty quizzes. Im sticking with my very 1st box TestTube. 6 x a year is fine with me and I love everything about it.

    • So all these separate companies must band together and share your data to ensure that you’ll never receive the same product more than once? How revolting that they don’t. How dare the brand give a product to more than one sub company and more than once in twenty years. Outrageous.

      • I think you took that and ran far away with it. You totally missed the point. 🤣

      • Nope. Read what she wrote. Sub boxes are a ripoff because sooner or later you’ll get a product again from another company. What a scandal.

      • Julia, Ipsy now owns BoxyCharm, and there has definitely been an increase in repeated products from the two boxes. Either Ipsy is buying the excess stock from BoxyCharm, or now that Ipsy owns BoxyCharm, there’s no exclusivity clause. Examples: the Illuminati x Isa palette (IIRC, this palette was launched with Boxy), the Kosas tinted face oil (& blush duos), the Violet Voss Essentials 2 palette (as far as I can tell, this is not available anywhere but the VV website, Boxy, & Ipsy), etc and so on and so forth.

        Further, what’s really upsetting (to me) is that Ipsy house brands Item Beauty & Complex Culture have been spotted in possible future product surveys from BoxyCharm.

  4. absolutely disgusting they’re featuring two of them, and 111. Such a shame ipsy.

    The mirror looks cute and a few other items seem fine but I thought GBX was supposed to be MUA curated and instead they’re featuring a reality star and letting her feature her sister’s branded item. Such a joke

  5. Brutal! I think you either like the products or you don’t. I’m not seeing anything super different than what Ipsy usually has. So, does it really matter who is the collaborator? If it does, skip! I find this type of ripping people apart truly abhorrent. Everyone wants to make a living and shouldn’t really shock anyone when someone has work done. If you don’t agree with photoshop, don’t use it. If you don’t want lip injections, don’t get them. If you don’t want to make money with your influence, don’t! Be a more positive light in the world by propping people up and helping people out.

    Love & light. 🕉

  6. I’m glad stuff like the whitening pen, collagen supplements, and fake lashes (none of which are things I use) are choice items. I would be really happy with any of the five Ipsy picks products, though I would prefer the ABH palette over the Patrick Starr one (but I’m sure I could trade).

  7. This has potential to be a great bag or a really disappointing bag if my choices have been like my GBP choices as of late. There are so many good products here that I want. I hope some of these will be add-ons.

    • I just really, really want the CT. I am hoping it’s a choice between the eyeshadow palettes and/or some of the higher end skincare. I would be happy with most of the products shown but l want the CT and the Herbavore more than anything. The mirror is cute as well!

      • Most of the time the products I really want end up in the same category 😂 I hope that is not the case this time.

  8. I think these choices look great! I am most excited about the OLAPLEX No. 0 Intensive Bond Building Treatment and the ONE/SIZE Eye Popper Sparkle Vision Liquid Eyeshadow Everything & More for choice items but I like most of what is listed. Not crazy about a teeth whitening pen, only because I am not sure how much that sort of thing actually works. 🤷‍♀️ Seems gimmicky.

    I am not a fan of Khloé, but I don’t think it’s ok to pick on her about her appearance. Whether she was born that way or decided to look that way, it’s not nice to talk about someone like that. She never asked to be a role model. I am all for positive body image and may not agree with the ways she wants to represent herself but that’s ok. I just keep scrolling. That’s all. Feel free to add your unhappiness about my comment here 👇.

    • She definitely asked to be a role model even though she shouldn’t be and none of her family should be. She puts herself out there as a role model, influencer, etc.

    • Seriously? I’m not responding to your comment with unhappiness as you stated, but confused and amused that you say she didn’t ask to be a role model. Lol…the Kardashians would sell their souls to be considered “influential”. A position they didn’t really earn and sadly don’t live up to, they’re just plain awful.

      • You are so correct. I’m not sure why Ipsy thought anything Kardashian would be a good choice. I wonder who their fan base is because I don’t know anyone who likes them or watches their show. I would never contribute to them in anyway by purchasing their products etc. I don’t feel sorry for them at all. They catapulted to fame based on a sex tape. The Mother is a poor example of a parent and they are all money and fame hungry and the list goes on. Through all the plastic surgery they are poor examples for girls and young women by setting unattainable beauty ideals.. These are facts – not suppositions or opinions. I don’t think we need to pretend they are great or virtue signal in attempt to defend them. I will get the bag next month but I certainly won’t be choosing any Kardashian products. I hope next time Ipsy does a better job selecting an influencer that better represents their customer base.

    • The Olaplex No. 0 is supposed to be used with the No. 3. They’re giving you half a treatment. I know it says in their instructions that you can use it alone, but it’s stressed that you won’t get the best results…which if you’re spending that kind of money on their products, you may as well do it right.

  9. I wish we could pick to not get that lipstick. I do not wear dark colored lipstick ever and I definitely don’t wear turd brown. I always seem to get these dark colors and all I can think is they don’t sell so they keep wasting them in boxes. (Like, here, we didn’t want to, you throw this out.) Of course I want the ABH palette (the One Size palette didn’t seem to get good reviews and I watched videos on it) and also want the Charlotte Tilbury cream, but I feel those things are teasers that I’ll get to watch influencers try while I have more eyebrow product, another mascara, and a eyeshadow palette that I doubt is selling well at all. My first X bag was pretty good, so we’ll see I guess.

    Unless their new powder foundation sells well, I expect One Size to be a dead brand by 2022. I just see no excitement over it even though lots of people like the creator.

    • I agree. I wished they would have gone with a more natural lip color since its not a choice product

      My favorite product last month was the Laura geller tint foundation. This month I not fond of any the products. Hoping they will swap well.

      I liked my standard ipsy bag a lot better this month

    • I will keep my subscription for now, but really only want the Charlotte Tilbury. I keep asking them to send brow stuff “rarely” because I got microblading and now don’t use any at all, and ever since I changed it I get some kind of brow product every month.

      • You can email Ipsycare and opt out of one type of product. Not brow gel or brow pens, but all brow products for example. Likewise you can’t opt out of hand lotion or body lotion, but all moisturizers. Did that with eyeliner 2 yrs ago and still haven’t used up all the black ones I acquired before that. Ha. Highly recommended. You can always change it in the future if your preferences change too.

      • Smc, they don’t allow opt outs now.

  10. I am loving this bag but I have never subscribed to it. Would anyone be able to explain a couple of things:

    1. What’s the price I would pay for this bag (I don’t have basic Ipsy subscription right now so how many $$ will it add to the $12 if I get it)
    2. The top 10 items mentioned – do I get to choose any 3/10 (eg Christopher Robin, MAC, Olaplex) or would it be a surprise that I get any 3 out of the 10

    Sorry it’s very confusing

    • It’s $55 total for May (that includes the $12 and this would replace your regular bag). You get to choose 3 items but there will be categories. You can only choose one per category. Sometimes there may be several things you want that are all in the same category but you can only choose one. There will be other items to choose from that aren’t mentioned in the spoilers as well.

    • Also, check to see if anybody knows waitlist status for May. I heard that some are still on the wait list, but I’m not sure how to check Ipsy to see if they have open spots for May’s X or not. I signed up at the beginning, and my X is upgraded from my Plus (I also get regular). I tried to skip my plus for a month (I hated the bag design), and Ipsy told me that if I skipped it would cancel my X and put me at the back of the waitlist line.

      • I got cancelled for skipping April. I’m not too bummed out as there are only a couple items that interest me in this May X, and they totally botched my Feb X. In the end I only got two of the eight items, a partial refund of $15 for two items they claimed we “sold out” (but were not, they are selling the babelash right now as an add on for more money) and 4 “substitution” products which were not as good as the ones in my order confirmation. Swapping out the Huda Rose Gold for a Belle en Argent palette less than half the value was especially annoying.

      • I just logged into my ipsy account and there was a pop up that said “May X Spots are Filled Due to High Demand. Grab Your August Spot Now.

    • To add on to what Marie said, there’s also a possibility you might not get the chance to choose any of these. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ Ipsy decides which items to show you or not show you.

  11. Soooooo relieved to see the whitening pen & collagen supplements are Choice items that I can refuse! 🎉

  12. Wow this entire post could be a drinking game! Every time it mentions “Khloe,” take a sip.

    Everyone is entitled to do beauty their own way, but to alter one’s appearance so drastically and to put so much emphasis on how one looks, I just don’t think she’s a good role model especially for young girls. Her newest migraine commercial doesn’t even look like her.

    • And proof that she has 0 acting skills.

    • Was just thinking “Why would I get product recommendations from someone who relies on photoshop/facetune to achieve the look?” Maybe the bags come with facetune lessons because that’s the only thing I’d trust her about!

    • Yeah, she looks like a different person in each picture she posts of herself. I wish no one looked up to this family in general. They all use photoshop and plastic surgery to promote damaging, unrealistic beauty standards.

      • I agree. As women it’s hard enough going through the whole ageing thing as is and even harder when we are bombarded by these unrealistic plastic faces. To add insult to injury, many deny having any work done!

        On a happier note, People magazine is doing a whole feature on natural beauty (no make up.) Seeing and reading about these women who dared to bare it all (their face that is!) was truly inspiring. I need more of that in my life. Filters, Photoshop, and plastic surgery all do the opposite and perpetuate unrealistic and unreasonable standards for people, especially women.

        And that is why I appreciate this site; the reviews are done by real people who want to share their unboxing experience. There’s no trickery or fakeness and I can see actual skin in the photos. Win win.

  13. That mirror is so cute!

    • I agree! Isn’t this the same name brand of the larger mirror Jessica got in her Beautylish bag and loved so much? I’m excited for this! Anything that helps me find those errant eyebrows is a winner for me! My house has terrible lighting in every single room (bathrooms included) and this would be awesome to have. Plus it’s a cool way to try and see if it would be worth the money for the larger one. I hope this is a choice for me!

  14. Ugh im probably going to cancel my X subscription before I even get my first bag. While I am interested in the hair products that are available for choice im not interested enough in the rest of the products to pay so much for the subscription. I also don’t love the curator of May’s bag and don’t want to support Ipsy collaborating with people like that.

    • I agree with you. I didn’t want to support the collaboration.

      • Agreed. I won’t spend a dime on anything that supports that family. Shame on Ipsy for promoting them.

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