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High End vs. Drug Store Nude Makeup look

I saw a lot of YouTubers doing this and thought I would get it a whirl myself. I knew I wanted to go with something natural but on the side of bronze or gold. So I went through my entire makeup collection to come up with identical looks, on one side of my face I would only be using high end products and on the other only use drug store products. I did switch sides a few times by accident, but for the most part they look completely the same.

High End Products Used:

  • Urban Decay Afterglow Highlighter in Sin – $26
  • Hourglass Ambient Palette – $62
  • Nars All Day Luminous Weightless Foundation in Mont Blanc – $29
  • Laura Geller Baked blush-n-brighten in pink grapefruit – $28
  • Benefit Hoola bronzing powder – $15
  • Urban Decay Eye shadow original primer potion – $20
  • Urban Decay Naked – $54
  • Benefit They’re Real mascara – $12
  • Studio 10 brow lift – $28
  • Illamasqua precision ink – $30
  • Kat Von D Ink liner – $19
  • IT cosmetics no tug waterproof gel eyeliner – $22
  • Too Faced Melted Liquified Long wear lipstick in Melted Chihuahua – $21

Drug Store Products Used:

  • e.l.f. baked highlighter in moonlight pearls – $3
  • L’Oreal Infallible Pro-Matte in 101 Classic Ivory – $10
  • Wet n Wild Color Icon Apri-Cot in the Middle Blush – $3
  • e.l.f. contouring bronzer powder in St. Lucia – $4
  • Wet n Wild Photo focus eyeshadow primer – $5
  • Wet n Wild Au Naturel Bare Necessities
  • Covergirl Supersizer mascara – $5.40
  • Maybelline Brow define and fill duo – $7
  • L’Oreal Infallible the super slim liquid eyeliner – $8
  • L’Oreal Infallible never fail eyeliner – $8
  • L’Oreal Infallible Pro Matte Gloss in Bare Attraction – $8

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