Cheap V/S Expensive Make-Up Products Compare

As we all know that most of our live revolve around the budget that we have to live on, and we as fashion divas need our cosmetics to look fabulous.

When it comes to buying cosmetics no matter how minimal, if you go for brands like MAC or Sephora, you will probably come out broke after buying like two products. Many believe that cheaper alternatives do not have the quality that high end brands have. This is an absolute myth; there are some major brands that are giving you the exact quality at a pocket friendly price.

We made a comparison between the most famous products of high end brands and their cheaper alternatives which still make you look amazing and match perfectly with your designer earrings. Our inspiration was an Instagram channel called @dupethat, which does amazing comparisons as soon as a product is out.

So let’s Compare Make-Up Products & check that out:

1. NARS Blush/Bronzer Duo v/s ELF Studio Contouring Blush & Bronzing Powder

NARS Blush - Bronzer Duo                              ELF Studio Contouring Blush and Bronzing Powder

NARS is known for its “Orgasm” blush and Laguna bronzer which the masses absolutely love. It generally goes for $42 and has both these things. As an alternative we have ELF studio giving us a blush and bronzer with the same quantity, same look and packaging for an amazing $3. There is a difference of $39 which is a lot, so for us this switch is a great option.


2. MAC Viva Glam Miley Cyrus Vs. Wet N Wild Don’t Blink Pink

MAC Viva Glam Miley Cyrus                   Wet N Wild Don’t Blink Pink

We love to have a MAC collection but it is expensive, not as expensive as other brands but still expensive. MAC’s Viva Glam range is extremely popular and runs out extremely fast, so as a cheaper alternative try Wet N Wild’s Don’t Blink Pink which is exactly the same in quality and style for just $2.


3. Dior Show Mascara Vs. L’Oreal Paris Voluminous Mascara

L'Oreal Voluminous Mascara in Carbon Black                

Mascara is an absolute essential if you love to do your eyes. It gives volume to your eyelashes and makes them look gorgeous. Now, most make-up artist love Dior show Mascara which does not flak or get heavy on the eyes, but it lasts a month and costs $25, making it difficult to buy on every month.

So, as a cheap alternative we have L’Oreal coming out with Paris Voluminous Mascara for just $8. We all lone L’Oreal and trust it so no issues in buying this which gives you everything that Dior did.


4. MAC Fluidline Vs. Maybelline Lasting Drama Eyeliner

Maybelline Lasting Drama Eyeliner                MAC Fluidline

We love our eyeliner to be flowy, shiny, smooth and on fleek. Another MAC favorite, its Fluidline which a gel eyeliner, pure black and can be easily be replace by Maybelline’s Lasting Drama eyeliner which does the exact same thing just for $6 lesser than MAC.

Eyeliner is something that everyone has a personal favorite in, so there is no harm in sticking to it. But if you want a change that is cheap, this is the one.


5. MAC Spice Vs. Beautique Mocha Lip Liner

MAC Spice Lip Liner     Beautique Mocha Lip Liner

One for the lipstick lovers. We all like them to last long and look perfect and for that we need the perfect lip liner. Kylie Jenner has now made it a lip essential and this color can be used to easily create her look.

MAC Spice is the trend in this product and cost $16 which is no9t very expensive and can still be an option but there is something called Beautique Mocha lip liner which sells for a mere $3 and will still make you look fabulous. Choice depends only on you budget.

Now that your make up is on point put on those designer earrings and get ready to rock the party.

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