Skip Nav
Beauty Tips
6 Brilliant Valentine's Day Hacks For Those Inevitable Date Snafus
Nails
You'll Want to Master These New Nail Trends From Fashion Week ASAP
Blake Lively
Copy Blake Lively's Perfect Date-Night Hair With Products From the Drugstore

Fabulous Beauty Look-A-Likes, Part II

Since everyone loved my first look-a-likes post so much, I thought I'd give you some more fabulous copycat products to compare to the designer cosmetic brands. Here are a few more affordable finds that take after high-end beauty products.

Physicians Formula Powder Palette Multi-Colored Face Powder is remarkably similar to the famed Guerlain Pressed Powder Compact. It has most of the same colors, which are intended to naturally brighten and enhance your skin tone as well as correct your obvious blotchy imperfections. The mauve color is meant to attract light, the green tone helps to cut out redness, the pink gives you a healthy glow, the gold and pearl are for highlighting, and white is meant to brighten.

Buy the Physicians Formula in eight colors here for $12.95, or get Guerlain's here for $155.

To see the rest,

Sally Hansen Lip Inflation has the same effect—and eerily similar packaging—as the LipFusion Micro-Injected Collagen Lip Plump. Both are intended to instantly plump lips and add superior shine and fullness while hydrating and conditioning your lips. Buy Sally Hansen's brand here for $7.49, or buy LipFusion's original formula here for $36.

Around The Web
How to Apply Natural-Looking Bronzer
Best Products For Highlighting Face
Natalia Vodianova, Boyfriend Antoine Arnault in Paris [Pictures]
Guerlain Holiday Makeup Collection Goes on Sale Early

POPSUGAR, the #1 independent media and technology company for women. Where more than 75 million women go for original, inspirational content that feeds their passions and interests.

Join The Conversation
bonbonfay bonbonfay 9 years
You use a large brush and sweep across the whole palette. I've used Physician's Formula blush and really liked it...that was until I got on the Bare Minerals kick. I've had good experiences...maybe i'll try it again. ~Bonnie~
HariboLicorice HariboLicorice 9 years
The Physicians Formula powders are amazing- just brush on with a big powder brush and they work like a charm. I have combination skin and get an oily T-zone, and I have to say that the light multicolor powder totally does away with any shine! Highly recommend. I can't imagine that the expensive one would be any better.
bluejeanie bluejeanie 9 years
sankyu jen76 ^o^
jennifer76 jennifer76 9 years
I believe you use a large brush, bluejeanie, for the benefits of each of the colors.
jennifer76 jennifer76 9 years
I love this feature!
bluejeanie bluejeanie 9 years
so, how do these work? do you use a small brush and select which powder to use or do you use a large face brush and get all of it? can someone help me? :)
azucar_maddy azucar_maddy 9 years
Thanks again, FAB!
Latest Beauty
X