It was a backstage staple at Fashion Week and it's a celebrity favorite, but Laura Mercier Tinted Moisturizer ($42, Lauramercier.com) tends to be on the pricier side. After trying L'Oral Paris Youth Code BB Cream ($16.99, Ulta.com), we'd say it's a pretty close match.
Jouer Luminating Body Glow ($36, Jouercosmetics.com) does a great job of making our skin look it's best when wearing short shorts and tanks, but we saw a similar effect from St. Tropez Skin Illuminator ($22.50, Sttropeztan.com).
When dealing with hair that hasn't been washed in a day or two, Oribe Dry Texturizing Spray ($39, Oribe.com) helps give it life and volume. Oscar Blandi Pronto Texture & Volume Spray ($25, Ulta.com) has shockingly similar results, despite the less expensive price tag.
Every editor at Daily Makeover carries a Tarte Lipsurgence Natural Lip Tint ($24, Tartecosmetics.com) in their makeup bag, so imagine our surprise when Pixi's Tinted Brilliance Balm ($16, Target.com) gave us the same bold color and buttery feel. Bonus: Pixi's balm even has the same minty taste as Tarte's!
Givenchy Noir Couture Mascara isn't out until June, but we did get to play with it recently, and it really is an amazing mascara. If pricey products aren't your thing, don't worry. E.L.F. 3-In-1 Mascara ($3, Eyeslipsface.com) has similar effects, and is even shaped like the more expensive version.
Chanel's Pridot nail polish ($26, Shop.nordstrom.com) is the perfect metallic green, but OPI's The Amazing Spider-Man collection includes an almost exact match. Try out Just Spotted The Lizard ($8.50, Beautystoredepot.com), and see if you can tell the difference.
If you've ever tried Aveda's Rosemary Mint Shampoo ($10.50, Aveda.com), then you know how great it smells. Thankfully, you can get a similar product at Trader Joe's. Our project manager swears by their Tea Tree Tingle Shampoo ($5.15, Traderjoes.com) and says it leaves hair feeling great with no buildup.
Most celebrity makeup artists will swear by the Beauty Blender ($19.95, Sephora.com) for getting a perfectly even makeup finish. We say go for a less expensive version, like the London Look Precision Makeup Sponge ($9.99, Londondrugs.com), and spend the rest of your money on some pretty makeup.
One product that never gets old is a creamy blush. Not only does it have a silky texture, but there are so many different colors to try. Edward Bess Compact Rouge ($38, Edwardbess.com) gives cheeks and lips a perfectly pink shade. Want a less expensive option? Try Smashbox Be Discovered Cream Cheek Trio ($29, Smashbox.com) for a great pink color, along with two highlighters.