Beauty Dupes You Wish You Knew About Earlier

That’s right, take the money you save and get you some more black leggings or another pair of sunglasses, you deserve it. Here we go.

#1 Anastasia Brow Wiz//L’Oreal Brow Stylist

As a pale, blonde woman, an eyebrow pencil is a necessity in my life so this dupe is a big one for me. With the Anastasia pencil, I would ask myself if my day was worth using my $21.00 pencil, it seemed like I needed to order a new pencil every 3 weeks. This L’Oreal pencil lasts longer and gives the same result so I can fill in my eyebrows carefree.

#2 Living Proof Dry Shampoo//Not Your Mother’s Plump For Joy

You know what changed my life for the better? Not washing my hair everyday. My husband still doesn’t understand. What are boys taught in school? Anyway. You know what also changed my life for the better? Dry shampoo. Living Proof does wonders on my hair but for $24.00 a can!? LORT. This Not Your Mothers is a very close second and for $3.65 for a tall can, I feel like I can live my life freely.

#3 Estee Lauder Double Wear Foundation//L’Oreal Infallible Pro-Matte

I need full coverage foundation in my life. I swear by Estee Lauder Double Wear and will be a fan girl forever. But on those days where I can’t fully commit to a full face of the good stuff, Infallable Pro-Matte does the trick without the guilt of having to wear it long enough to get my money worth. I have to put on two layers of the Infallable to get the same amount of coverage as the Double Wear, but still worth it.

#4 Nars Blush// Milani Baked Blush

Nars blush is smooth and dainty. So is Milani. I have to use a bit more of the Milani to get the same effect but again, worth it. Both have lots of shades to pick from!

#5 Mac Velvet Teddy Lipstick//Maybelline Baddest Beige

MAC lipstick makes me feel like I’m ready to do a YouTube makeup tutorial. This Velvet Teddy shade looks great during all seasons and worth every penny. Baddest Beige doesn’t stay on as long but looks great and easy on the budget.

Enjoy those leggings and new shades.

Cheers, Lana.

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