We’re reinventing the way you discover beauty, making it 100% about YOU. As the leading source of beauty discovery and inspiration, ipsy combines personalized sampling, content, and shopping (with over 20,000 products!) to create the ultimate beauty experience.
From well-known and well-loved brands like TARTE, BENEFIT COSMETICS, NYX MAKEUP, IT COSMETICS and SMASHBOX to new emerging brands from around the world, ipsy brings you the very best in makeup, skincare, body, fragrance, hair, nails, and tools.
Our mobile app is hands-down the best way to experience ipsy:
• View your personalized five products before they arrive in the mail
• Discover more about your products and share reviews to better personalize your ipsy Glam Bag in the future.
• Shop over 20,000+ products from your favorite brands and earn up to 10-30% cashback on everything you buy. No coupons, codes or magic words needed.
• Learn more from thousands of makeup tutorials, face charts, and step-by-step guides -- all to help you create endless looks.
Once you’re an ipster, you’re part of something big—a community that’s leaving the rules behind and making unique beauty a real thing. And we’ll be with you all the way.
- Bug fix for Mobile App Navigation
- Updates to ensure users can connect using Facebook Messenger
Ratings and Reviews
If I would have known about a “waitlist” I would have never subscribed.
I saw Ipsy advertised on Facebook and thought it would be a really nice beauty box service, I downloaded the app and subscribed. Immediately after subscribing I was told that I was on a “waitlist” and that if I wanted off I would have to send emails to 3 of my contacts in my email. I don’t have contacts since I use my emails for social media and signing up for websites and things like Ipsy. There are only a few options for which email service you can use which are gmail, hotmail, outlook, and yahoo. I use aol so I was out of luck. If getting off of the “waitlist” was as easy as sending 3 emails, why is there a waitlist in the first place? I understand that your app says “we are in high demand, so you’re on our waitlist” but come on, It really isn’t fair for people who are unable to send the emails to easily bypass the “waitlist” Either advertise your waitlist situation or tell people before they subscribe, don’t wait to tell people that they are going to have to wait to “actually subscribe” until after they have already gone through the process of taking the beauty quiz and giving their payment information. I would like to say that customer service was very responsive and quick to cancel my “waitlist” spot and responded in less than 24 hours which is why my rating is 3 stars instead of one.
Great especially if you don’t know what to buy
I really like ipsy because you get sample size of really great products and especially if you don’t do your make up all the time. If you don’t want to buy large expensive portions of things you get to try products and a lot of things go bad before I even get a chance to finish them. I also don’t always know what to buy and I forget that I need things so it’s already in the house so I don’t have to run out last minute and try to buy something. They send really high-quality top-of-the-line stuff too and I love that you can customize it to your preferences and your skin shading haircolor and all that good stuff. You could also cancel anytime if you decide that it’s not for you but honestly it’s the price of two Starbucks coffees a month and I get make up skin care and hair care samples that are actually pretty large considering. I highly recommend it to people who don’t use a lot of make up and don’t go out that often because that will be enough to last for you. I also recommend it to people who love to buy make up because you can try something and then by the full-size products at a discount if you do decide that you like it.. it’s in all around waiting for me.
I Used to LOVE ISPY......
I have several issues with Ipsy lately. I feel like when I first started they gave me pretty high quality items and the promised “two full-sized items”. Now however not only have I gotten more and more off-brand and low quality items but it’s getting harder and harder to tell what items are supposed to be “full-sized” when they’re all starting to look like travel/sample sized items. I also feel like the beauty preference quiz is a joke because most of the items I get don’t seem to match my answers from the quiz. Another, albeit smaller but,I feel important issue is that appears all the newer bags are much more plain and uninspired in design. Okay, now these are just my concerns with the products themselves, I haven’t even begun to touch on the app. Ever since the new update it has become EXTREMELY hard to use. It glitches often and very much puts an emphasis on their shop instead of your subscription. Anytime the app glitches it directs you to the shop, or anytime you open it, or click on something, anything. It’s really sad to see this company become so money hungry that it doesn't seem to care about the basis on which they started on. The app is all about spending additional cash and if you really want the items you crave you’ll have to shell out the additional funds. Sorry for the long rant, I truly hope these issues are resolved over time.
- Personalized Beauty Discovery, Inc.
- 34.2 MB
- Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- © Personalized Beauty Discovery, Inc., 2018
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.