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November 2015 Birchbox Swaps

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for trade from BB/Ipsy this month:


Calypso St Barth Eau de Parfum sample


Liz Earle Superskin Moisturizer with Natural Neroli


maybe the No 4 hair oil, depending on the scent


Dermelect 'ME' Peptide Infused Lacquer in Commando


Albertini International Warm Love Pumpkin Exfoliating Mask


Coolway Stronghold Spray


 


looking for:


the Balm blush sample


LOC products 


ipsy items (Luxie e/s pan, Figs & Rouge primer, Mai Couture blush sheets, more on tradelist)

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Have:

New in the box pink Beauty Blender I received for being a long time subscriber to BB.

 St. Tropez In Shower Tan.

Davines This is Relaxing Moisturizing Fluid

 

Want:

Borghese Splendore Brightening Makeup - This was sent last December, if anyone still has one in their stash.

Living Proof Dry Shampoo

Klorane Dry Shampoo - Natural Tint preferred

Morrocan Oil Hand Cream

Anti-Aging Products

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What I have (ipsy&Birchbox):

J. Cat Beauty Skinny&Long Eye Pencil in Dark Grey

Dermelect nail polish in Commando

LOC shadow pencil in Nite Owl

Amika Perk Up Dry Shampoo

 

What I want:

LOC lippies (any shade)

Beauty Protector spray

theBalm anything samples!

Davines Moisturizing Fluid

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I went through the sampled this month section and noticed the raw spirit wildfire perfume was up. I got this before and really liked it. Not $90 liked it, but i did like it. If anyone has one to swap I have lots of samples from 4 subs I haven't gotten to but this time seemed to get what everybody else also didn't want.. face glossesque

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DISO: Harvey Prince eau so divine

 

I have lots of things (subscribe to both Ipsy and BB) and will update with a list or pics when I can. If you have several of the samples I would be willing to purchase.

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I have the LOC eye-shadow in On Point (silvery taupe) that I'd like to swap for either of the other colors - prefer the rose gold though.

 

Please take a look at my swap list too!

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