For those who haven’t heard of Bagsy, it is a British brand where they design handbag friendly products suited for every skin tone. The packaging has been cleverly crafted to be carried around no matter what size your handbag is. I’ve got a few products to test and review.
Wow Lips Full Colour Chubby Stick in Happy Days*
This chubby stick glides onto the lips smoothly without tugging the skin thanks to its creamy texture. You only need one stroke of this as the pigmentation is very impressive. It leaves a rich and creamy finish without drying the lips. I would maybe suggest applying this over lipliner to stop the colour from bleeding. Happy Days is very pink (swatch further down) and for me, it’s not really a shade I’d as I prefer a nude pink. I do love a crayon for it’s ease of use. There are four out there shades available and I can see why they’re called wow colour. The colour isn’t a favourite of mine but the formula is brilliant. Each shade has their own packaging design. These are £12.
Beautiful Eyes 24 Eye Colour in Caffeine Fix*
This Eye Colour is also creamy however I did find it a little difficult to apply onto the eyelids. This had set quickly but had made it hard to blend out. Once it’s set, it wouldn’t budge one it. I’ve used this whilst in Asia where it’s hot and very humid and I am very impressed. Sweat and oils didn’t eat this up. Caffeine Fix is an everyday neutral shimmer shade and I do love to use this as a base too. These are slimmer than your Clinique chubby sticks and you get a sharpener with this. There are 4 shades available and are £14. This is worth purchasing.
This kabuki brush is small and cute. It’s great to use in conjunction with a bronzer or even a face powder. It have used it to applied both products and it leaves an even finish, blends and distributes the perfect amount of product around the face. The bristles are so soft and never scratches the face. I love how this comes in a beautiful branded bag so it doesn’t get ruined when I just throw it into my makeup bag or handbag. I must admit, I haven’t carried it around in my handbag but this is the smallest kabuki brush I own. Definitely compact! It’s sturdy and I haven’t experienced any shedding. Definitely a brush that has been made to last. This retails at £15. Expensive but it’s worth it.
Heavenly Hands Nourishing Hand and Nail Lotion*
Any hand cream is essential for me. I’ve been trying out this hand cream and I must say, any hand cream that is absorbed quickly without leaving a greasy feel is a winner for me already. This is one of them. This did wonders around my nails and left my hands feeling soft and nourished. I don’t have particularly very dry hands at the moment but it feels like this might be a bit too light if your hands are very dry. This smells of cedarwood and musk when it warms up on the skin. It is small but I wouldn’t say it’s the smallest hand cream I own out there. For £6, it’s not bad. There are better hand creams out there though.
Overall, I’m impressed with Bagsy. As you could tell, they’ve put details into their packaging design. There’s a lot more to this range and they’re between £5 – £18. I like this compact concept and am already looking at their other products. I do hope they extend it more. You can browse the whole range here.
Have you tried Bagsy before?
哈喽！Nicol is a China based British blogger with a goal to visit all provinces in China, using this blog to document the good, the bad and the ugly of anything and everything. Currently visited 32/34.