It is worth noting that people more special than I am received an Urban Decay BB cream sample in addition to what I got. However, I ordered a palette from the Urban Decay website so I am almost 100% sure that I am going to get the same sample in that order, so I will be able to give you the 411 when that arrives.
|Here is a poorly lit picture of the stuff I got. In addition to being a bad beauty blogger, I am a bad photographer. I promise not to quit my day job.|
Urban Decay 24/7 Glide-On Eye Pencil in Zero (0.8g), approximate retail value $12.67
|Urban Decay Eye Pencil|
Be a Bombshell Lip Gloss in Hot Mess, retail value $14.00
|Be a Bombshell Lip Gloss|
NYX Ultra Pearl Mania in Mink Pearl, retail value $3.00
This is a lovely gold color, but I find loose powders to be too messy to bother with. Also, there was a lot of hype about all the "FULL SIZE" products in this bag, but if your full size product is the size of my fingernail, that's not really anything to brag about. That being said, this is a nice shimmery color, if that's the kind of thing you are into.
Mirabella Prime for Face and Eyes, retail value $29.00
|This looks like a wart but is actually some Mirabella Prime goop.|
Mai Couture Highlighter "Papier" in St. Bart's (25 sheets), approximate retail value $14.00
|Mai Couture Highlighter|
Total Value of the Box: $72.67
Despite that high price tag, I really wasn't impressed with any of the products I received. None of them were wholly inadequate, but they are all things where I have a much better version already in my makeup bag as a staple. However, I said it before and I will say it again: part of the value of ipsy is the fun in trying new products. So even if everything ends up in the trash can (which it really won't... I am sure I can find someone to love it), it was worth the $10 to me.
|My look includes all of the products in the December 2012 ipsy bag plus my normal foundation and mascara.|