ELF Gotta Glow Lip Tint in Perfect Pink vs. Dior Lip Glow

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Not very similar to the name brand.

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*According to Cruelty-Free Kitty, Dior is NOT cruelty-free, but ELF is. Makeup Maven, Kayla, found: Dior Lip Glow for $34 for 3.5 grams and ELF for about $6 for 3.4 grams. Kayla says: Dior's packaging is quite luxurious while ELF just looks like a regular bullet lipstick. Dior smells slightly fruity while ELF has no smell. Both products have a smooth application. Similar to chapstick. Dior is much thicker compared to ELF which makes Dior last much longer on your lips and hydrates more as well. ELF feels good on your lips but absorbs very quickly so you will be reapplying more. Despite this, the color tint from ELF lasts long well after the product has absorbed & your lips do feel soft afterward as well. I've noticed a lot of balms after absorption your lips feel dry after - not with ELF. Both products give your lips a very sheer pink tint. This may differ from person to person on how dark the tint is. Both gave me a very pretty light pink tint. Nothing too bright. These products would be perfect for someone who wants color but isn't a fan of lipstick. In the end, I think ELF is a fantastic alternative to Dior despite needing to reapply throughout the day. The price tag is much cheaper!

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Hannah

07/11/2019

Elf is a great choice for $6. I’d swap it instead of Dior

Tami

07/12/2019

I have the elf Perfect Pink and I do not like it. As a lip balm it’s fine it goes on smooth and my lips feel moisturized but the color that it adjusts to is awful. It’s a really bright pink on me. I was hoping it would stay closer to the pretty pale pink that the stick is.

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