Bagsy Beauty is a very welcome sight – we haven’t had newness like this for a long while. I think the name, Bagsy, is because it’s all small-size, so it fits neatly into your bag or pocket even, and the packaging is absolutely lovely. Almost – almost – a Paul & Joe contender in some cases.
On quality, it’s not really a Paul & Joe match, but the embellished cardboard tubing definitely has that vibe. And I like that many of the items, such as Wow Lips and Lip Velvet, are small, although price wise, they don’t quite correspond!
Going round the clock starting with the silver pencil, we have: Beautiful Eyes Eyeshader in The Big Smoke (£14), Lip Cocoon, a tinted balm (£7), Wow Lips, a mini sized chubby with a glossy finish (£12), Beautiful Eyes Eyeshader in Take The Plunge (£14) and Lip Velvet, a small size matte liquid lipstick (£12) in Rush Hour.
My favourite item is Ray of Sunshine bronzer (£18) that has a matte finish and is available in Light Medium and Medium Dark.
Elizabeth Arden Hyaluronic Acid Ceramide Capsules
I’d be prepared to put money down to bet that you won’t have experienced a skin care texture like this before...
Add into the make-up mix a Kabuki (£15), a Handcream (£6) and a Dry Shampoo (£5) and you have all the makings of a very pretty new range.
I think it’s expensive – I really do; but conceptually, you’re drawn in with your eyes because it all looks so beautiful and quality of product comes second. That’s not to say the products aren’t good, they are.. but they aren’t exceptional. The makers of Bagsy Beauty already manufacture for other brands, so they know what they’re doing – I kind of wish that there was one person and a good story to back this brand up rather than what I suspect is a branding agency.
Currently, the fabulous make-up bag is half price and there’s a good saving on the bronzer as an introductory offering by Feel Unique. It’s HERE.
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