The Best Lipstick Dupes
Pucker up! We've got the best lipstick dupes for 2017. Buying these instead of the luxury brands will save you a fortune and keep those lips looking downright luscious.
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MAC Ruby Woo $17 from Macy's vs. Rimmel Kate Matte Lipstick in Kiss of Life $4.97 from Walmart
Ruby Woo is probably the most famous red out there, because it looks fantastic on pretty much everyone. Not everyone can afford the $17 price tag though, especially if you buy it often. Instead, this Rimmel dupe is a great stand-in. It might not last as long on your lips, but the color is almost identical.
Kylie Cosmetics Dolce K Matte Liquid Lipstick $17 from Kylie Cosmetics vs. ColourPop Ultra Matte Lip in Teeny Tiny $6 from ColourPop
Say what you want about Kylie Jenner, but her lipsticks are some of the best out there. Luckily, ColourPop has a matte lipstick that's almost the same shade but way cheaper. Seriously. You can almost buy five ColourPop products for the price of one from Kylie.
3. MAC Velvet Teddy $17 from Macy's vs. Wet n Wild MegaLast Lip Color in Bare it All $2.29 from Walgreens
MAC Velvet Teddy is famous for a reason, but it's so popular that it's often out of stock. Wet n Wild's MegaLast lip color might not be quite the same shade or wear, but who can say no to $2.29 in a pinch?
Lime Crime Velvetines in Cashmere $20 from Lime Crime vs. NYX Extra Creamy Round Lipstick in Thalia on sale for $2.40 from NYX Professional Makeup
Lime Crime's Cashmere is absolutely incredible. It's a tough shade to compete with, but NYX's Creamy Round Lipstick is a decent replacement. No, it doesn't last as long as the iconic Velvetine, but it actually moisturizes your lips a little better for a fraction of the price.
Tom Ford in Blush Nude Lip Color $53 from Tom Ford vs. MUA Professional Color Drenched Lip Butter $8 from CVS
You can save over $40 right here. Honestly, no one can really beat Tom Ford, but few people can afford their products, either. These two are fairly similar, and the $8 price tag is hard to beat.
Chubby Stick Intense Moisturizing Lip Colour Balm in Curviest Caramel $17 from Sephora vs. CoverGirl Lip Perfection Jumbo Gloss Balm in Ballet Twist $6.59 from Target
Clinique Chubby Sticks moisturize better than pretty much anything else. If you use it every day, though, it can get pretty expensive. CoverGirl doesn't have a shade that quite matches Curviest Caramel, but the Ballet Twist is still lightweight and easy to apply.
Stila Lip Glaze in Apricot $22 from Sephora vs. elf Flirt Essential Hypershine Lip Gloss $1.59 from Walmart
Lip glazes can be hard to get right, and Stila does a pretty great job with their line. elf's product is definitely stickier, but the color is close enough that you can get away with saying it's Stila's Apricot.
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