Everyone wants to be the next Charlotte Tilbury but for many of us the high-end products we love to lust after are just too far outside of the budget for an everyday makeup look.
Here are some of the best makeup dupes on the market to help you save money and get that high-end look at the same time.
Mac Ruby Woo £15.50 vs. Revlon Super Lustrous Creme Lipstick in Certainly Red £7.99
Total saving of £7.51
Mac Ruby Woo is a classic cult beauty buy with its unique matte finish and blue undertones it’s the perfect red for every skin tone, but you can get the same look with Revlon’s Super Lustrous Creme Lipstick in Certainly Red.
Urban Decay Naked Palette £37.50 vs. W7 In the Buff palette in Lightly Toasted £9.95
Total saving of £27.50
The Urban Decay Naked Palette is one of the most famous and popular beauty buys, featuring on almost every beauty bloggers Instagram page, but if you don’t want to shell out £37.50 for that naked glow you can achieve the same look with W7’s In The Buff Palette in Lightly Toasted.
Nars Orgasm Blush £23 vs. E.L.F. Candid Coral Studio Blush £4.50
Total saving of £18.50
Nars Orgasm is a gorgeous and beloved blush with flecks of coral and gold that gives you a beautifully natural radiance and E.L.F. have recreated this in their Candid Coral Studio Blush for only £4.50 which is a steal.
Lancome Hypnose Mascara £22.50 vs. L’oreal Paris Volume Million Lashes So Couture Mascara £10.99
Total saving of £11.51
Lancome Hypnose Mascara is a much coveted mascara that makes lashes look gorgeous all day, with no clumps and plenty of volume but L’Oreal Paris Volume Million Lashes So Couture mascara provides the same finish as well as being much kinder to your purse.
Benefit High Beam £19.50 vs. NYX Born to Glow Illuminator £7.00
Total saving of £12.50
Benefit High Beam is a heroic highlighter that provides just the right amount of glimmer to your makeup and NYX Born to Glow Illuminator gives a glow just as glorious without the price tag.