Affordable Alternatives to Your Favourite Beauty Brands!

So this post is going to be a few of my favourite higher-end brands and some affordable brands I think are really similar, as well as some comparable products you can get for a fraction of the price!

If you like Benefit, you'll love Soap and Glory

(Images via: soapandglory.com and feelunique.com)

Soap and Glory has a similar vintage tongue-in-cheek theme to it's body, skincare and makeup ranges to Benefit. I think they're Kick Ass Concealer (£10) is as good as Benefit's Boi-ing (£17.50) and Erase Paste (£20.50) products! They also have great eyebrow, lipgloss and eyeshadow products which are comparable to those Benefit produces, but are much more affordable.

If you like Nars, you'll love Sleek

(Images via: sleekmakeup.com and narscosmetics.co.uk)

Both of these brands feature sleek black packaging containing super-pigmented products, but whilst a Nars individual blusher will set you back £22.50, a Sleek one will only cost you £4.49 for almost twice the amount of product! The most well-known dupe of a Nars product Sleek have is their Rose Gold blusher, a dead ringer for Nars' Orgasm. Check out my full comparison of the two here.

If you like Urban Decay, you'll love Makeup Revolution

(Images via: feelunique.com and makeuprevolutionstore.com)

My full review is on the way, but I can tell you already I'm amazed at the quality and similarity of the Makeup Revolution Iconic eyeshadow palettes! They do exact shade by shade dupes of the £37 Urban Decay Naked palettes for just £4!

If you like Nails Inc., you'll love Models Own

(Images via: nailsinc.com and asos.com)

If you're a nail polish junkie you'll probably know Nails Inc., however Models Own is a cheaper way to indulge your habit. Their Hypergel formula nail polish in Naked Glow costs just £5, against Nails Inc.'s equivalent shade, Gel Effect in Porchester Square, which comes in at £14.

If you like MAC, you'll love MUA

(Images via: maccosmetics.co.uk and muastore.co.uk)

I'm a newbie to MUA but the matte lipsticks of theirs I've tried so far are beautifully creamy, and they have several dupes of MAC lipsticks, most noticeably their £1 (!!!!) Lilac Belle is just like MAC's £15 Snob.

Have any of you tried these budget-friendly versions of pricey products? :)


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