Tuesday 28 November 2017

Dupe : Marc Jacobs Nudes Sheer Gel Lipstick VS Soap & Glory Sexy Mother Pucker

I love a good dupe and i've found another dupe that hasn't actually been discussed in the beauty world. As the name can suggest it's comparing Marc Jacobs against Soap and glory. 

Starting on the highest price point the Marc Jacobs lipstick: 
"Sheer, chic and habit-forming, this covetable lip collection breaks the mould of traditional nude lipstick with its innovative gellified formula that glides effortlessly over lips, laying down subtle shades with a sleek shine finish. Velvet-like monoi butter, derived from the tropical TiarĂ© flower, delivers supreme moisture while nourishing myrrh extract and antioxidant Vitamin E fight signs of ageing" (Source John Lewis) 

Soap and Glory lipstick: 
"Creamy, conditioning and ultra-smooth – with hydra-boosting Moisture-rap™ technology – they glide easily onto your lips and stay firmly in place as you go a-pout your day". ( Source Boots)

Firstly they both claim to be super moisturising and stay in place all day. Another similarity is they both have nude range's, so each colour is separated into nudes, pink, red etc.

Now the price point is the main difference, Marc Jacobs retails for £25 whereas Soap & Glory retails for £9.00.

Packaging again is another difference but they have both gone down the path the nude packaging, they both feel heavy. Marc Jacobs of course feels for luxe's than the S&G one.

Colour Range But In Particular Shade Choice
Like I said above they are both separated into shades but the one i'm looking at today is the nude's. 
Marc Jacobs have 11 shades of nude's and Soap & Glory has 8 shades. 

The shade of Marc Jacobs i've got is Eat Cake and Soap and Glory is Naked talent. Both are a terracotta undertone. 

Both formula's are very creamy and hydrating, apply easily.


As you can see the the top picture is Soap & Glory, Bottom picture shows Marc Jacobs.

The only difference with these two products is that Marc Jacobs is more pigmented than Soap & Glory.
Overall these are clearly a dupe, it all depends on the price you want to pay. I have got a favourite and personally it is the Marc Jacobs one not because of the colour or anything purely on the fact the packaging is for luxe and feels nicer to apply. 

Have you got any dupes?
Thank you for reading

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