I love my Ipsy subscription nowadays, even though most things I receive are just a “like” for me. Mostly I just enjoy trying a variety of products and brands, which is why I feel that the subscription is worth it for me.
But occasionally, I do come across an item in my Glam Bag that prompts me to get spendy. Trust Fund Beauty is one recent example (I now have quite a lot of these nail polishes!). Another is OUAI, whose Treatment Masque for hair was a product I really enjoyed, even though I preferred using it as a conditioner rather than as a mask.
I was tempted to pick up the full-sized Treatment Masque, but it comes in single-use foil packs rather than in a nice squeeze tube like my sample came in. Ugh. So, I thought I’d venture into the rest of their product line.
Normally, I’d have picked up one of their conditioners, since that’s how I was using the masque, but I had recently finished up a couple of shampoos.
I decided I’d go for the CLEAN Shampoo when Ebates Canada was offering 8% cashback at Sephora (and, ahem, there was a clearance on some Anastasia Beverly Hills eyeshadows). In hindsight, the VOLUME Shampoo would have made more sense due to my current postpartum hair loss, but summer is upon us and I like to use a clarifying shampoo more often when it’s hot out.
A while back, I bought a Danier leather renewal lotion at Winners, and during checkout, the cashier asked me, “You know this is for leather, right?” Apparently, they’d had returns from people who bought it, thinking it was for the face.
While Danier cheekily had “Skincare” written on the bottle, it did say “for leather” directly underneath. In addition, I found it in the housewares section, and most Canadians should have recognized local company Danier Leather, who seemed to have a location in every shopping mall and very obviously sold leather jackets, belts, wallets and handbags—certainly not skincare! (The company did go bankrupt in early 2016, though they appear to be back as just Danier).
But, I noticed that it’s happened again! I was researching OUAI Haircare’s Treatment Masque for this review, and some of the comments on Ipsy indicate that some people inadvertently used this hair product on their faces, instead (names are not given to protect the innocent!):