Beauty Dupes Under $15

Beauty Dupes Under $15

Check out these dupes under $15 reviewed by our amazing app community:


blush dupes


The packaging for both products is very nice. Both blushes are a cream finish. Elf blush: this is a very nice and soft formula. The blush looks very natural on the skin. You can build it up for a more dewy finish. This blush does not cake up or fade. It is very long lasting on the cheeks. Even without any foundation or primer this blush works great. Rare Beauty: this blush is super soft and smooth. The texture is very creamy, it literally melts into your skin. I warm it up between my fingers and dab and apply on my cheeks. This blush is for very natural looks. It is long lasting on the cheeks. This blush works amazing without makeup, since it’s suppose to be for a natural look. Both blushes are amazing. I really like the Elf blush because it is cheaper and almost the same as the Rare Beauty blush. - Annie


concealer dupes


Brandefy Note: Jenny is an employee at Brandefy. We gave these products to her free for testing. All thoughts and opinions are her own. Jenny says: I really love both of these concealers! They are both some of the creamiest formulas I’ve ever used for concealer and they’re so nice to put on. I’m not a fan of the pump mechanism on the NYX, compared to the traditional doe foot applicator of the Kosas, but not a huge deal. The NYX concealers have 13 colors and a decent range but compared to the Kosas concealers at 28 shades, they could do better. I’m using shade 3 - vanilla in the NYX as it was the lightest shade I could find at the store, but it matches my skin tone very well, just not as brightening as the shade 1 I could get in the Kosas concealer. Both of them have the perfect amount of coverage for me, I’d say medium coverage that doesn’t feel heavy and looks very natural blended out with a sponge. I always set them though because they can take awhile to dry down/sink in and can feel a little tacky at first. Overall I’m very pleased with these concealers and think they’re a great addition to any routine! Especially for that natural, glowy look we are all loving. Definitely check out the NYX concealers, especially if you can find the right shade for you! - Jenny R


mascara dupes


Brandefy Note: These products were provided to Melinda by the Brandefy team. Melinda says: The claims on these products are the same. They both bost volume and added length. The Milani one was much wetter and much messier, but gave the same length as the high-end product. Thrive separated the lashes slightly better than the milani mascara but all in all they were 90% similar. They both removed easily with warm water and both scraped off skin once dry without any issues. - Melinda


setting powder dupes


I personally love the Laura Mercier product but it is quite pricey. The elf powder is much more affordable and I can barely tell a difference. It is a little more difficult to get the product out of the container in the elf packaging but the product performs amazingly and i’ve never has any problems! - Catherine


lip liner dupes


Brandefy Note: We gave these products to Annie free for testing. All thoughts and opinions are her own. Annie says: Charlotte Tilbury lip liner in Pillow Talk is $24 and available at Sephora. NYX Cosmetics lip liner in PeekaBoo Neutral is $4 and available at Ulta. The first thing I noticed about these two shades is that they both look the same once applied. But if you swatch it there is a slight difference in the shades. I believe that the CT formula is a little creamier than NYX. With the NYX lip liner I had to press a little harder. Both of these liners are long lasting on the lips. I have applied them with lipstick and also with just a gloss and they stay put. They both apply smoothly on the lips without any skipping. NYX has an amazing range with the lip liners, but CT range is very limited. I will choose NYX over CT. First of all because of the prices and secondly because of the range. - Annie