If you’re a beauty girl, you know that keeping up with the latest and greatest product to hit the shelves can cost you an arm and a leg. High-end lines come out with amazing products that end up being cult favorites and it gets costly when you’re constantly having to repurchase that expensive item. Lucky for all of us, the internet is filled with reviews to see if certain products are worth it and, more importantly, if you can get a cheaper dupe for it.

E.L.F. cosmetics is the queen of dupes and if you haven’t tried them by now, you’re going to want to pick up some products ASAP. Here are some dupes of your favorite high-end products that are worth trying:

E.L.F. St. Lucia vs. NARS Orgasm & Laguna, $3 vs. $24. We all love the NARS blush and bronzer duo as they are pretty much universaly flattering but if we’re being completely honest, the product tends to flake resulting in losing a lot of it in the process of doing our makeup. The E.L.F. version has the exact same colors and will stay in its pan no matter what brush you use!

E.L.F. HD Blush vs. MAKE UP FOR EVER High Definition Blush, $3 vs. $26. This dupe is amazing and you can’t get a better color pay-off with that price. Both products are saturated with color except one will saturate your pockets with extra cash and the other won’t.
E.L.F. Matte Lip Color in Rich Red vs. MAC Ruby Woo, $3 vs. $16. Ruby Woo is one of those reds that just looks good on everyone and the $16 you pay are definitely worth but if you can get the exact same color and staying power for less than ¼ of the price, wouldn’t you try it out as well?
E.L.F. Baked Blush vs. MAC Soft and Gentle, $3 vs. $32. The latter can be seen in so many different YouTube videos, especially with beauty vloggers that love heavy glam. While it’s a lovely highlighter, $32 is pretty expensive. E.L.F.’s version is a bit more pink but doubles as blush and highlighter.
E.L.F. Wet Gloss Lash & Brow Clear Mascara vs. Anastasia Clear Brow Gel, $1 vs. $22. This is one of the best dupes you will ever find from E.L.F. especially if you have unruly eyebrows. It’s only $1 and although it says one side is for brows and the other for lashes, it’s the exact same product so you can designate both sides strictly for brows. We can’t fathom paying $22 for clear gel when there’s an equally great version for only $1.