Quite a while ago I hauled some e.l.f. Cosmetics Studio Blush products so that I could compare them to other brands to see how close they were as dupes. NARS and e.l.f. are cruelty free. Silk Naturals is cruelty free and gluten free. Benefit is not cruelty free.
e.l.f. Cosmetics Studio Blush Dupes
NARS Albatross is on the left and e.l.f. Gotta Glow is on the right.
To me, these are very similar when worn on the skin. I feel they are identical and a great dupe.
On the left is e.l.f. Peachy Keen and on the right is Silk Naturals Petal. It’s supposed to be a Benefit Dandelion clone.
These colors aren’t similar at all to me. I do think both are pretty blushes. I prefer the Silk Naturals blush.
On the left is e.l.f. Candid Coral and on the right is Benefit Coralista.
To me, e.l.f. Candid Coral is more orange. I think the Benefit shade looks more peachy.
Of these products, I feel that the e.l.f. Gotta Glow is a great dupe for NARS Albatross. The other two e.l.f. blushes are nice, but not dupes. I prefer the Silk Naturals Petal blush out of the blush shades.
You always hear me rave about Silk Naturals, and for good reason. They make great products across the board. From their eyeshadows to their blushes to their cream foundations and concealers, I love their products. You can also make product requests and if there’s enough interest, Silk Naturals will create a vegan dupe. I really appreciate that!
I love NARS Albatross and I’m glad I purchased it, but I’m really happy to find out that e.l.f. Gotta Glow is a perfect dupe to my eyes. It’s easy for me to say it’s better to spend $3 instead of $30. While the other two e.l.f. Studio blushes are nice, I don’t feel that they’re close to the shades that people claim they’re dupes for. Still, if you like those shades it’s hard to beat the $3 price tag.
What do you think of the e.l.f. Studio blushes? Do you feel that these are good dupes?
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