While we all love Glossier's simple yet results-driven beauty aesthetic, a full basket of Glossier can get a little pricey. Whether you're a fan of budget beauty or you fancy discovering a new beauty favourite that promises not to break the bank, you'll be delighted to find that Glossier dupes exist - and they're spot on.
Of course, we will say that if you love a cream blush to create dewy skin, the Glossier Cloud Paint is worth every penny. But when you’re taking a risk on a product it can be tempting to abort the beauty mission and hunt out a dupe instead. At the end of the day, who doesn't love a beauty bargain?
From Boy Brow to Balm Dotcom, each of Glossier's cult-favourite products has a high-street counterpart, which delivers the same (or almost the same) results, minus the hefty price tag. Keep scrolling for our selection of the very best Glossier dupes available to shop now.
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Glossier Cloud Paint vs. Maybelline Cheek Heat
Looking to try the Glossier Cloud Paint? If you love a cream-to-gel blush that feels lightweight but looks radiant, there's a Cloud Paint ideally suited to you and your skin tone. However, Cheek Heat from Maybelline provides a similar sheer yet luminous finish and for £8.99, you can hardly say no.
Glossier Boy Brow vs. Revolution Beauty Fluffy Brows Fibre Brow Gel
Glossier Boy Brow is a make-up bag essential for those who love a natural yet textured-looking brow. The tiny bristle applicator adds tint and soft-looking fibres to emulate the look of a natural yet sculpted brow. Priced at £12 less than Boy Brow, the Revolution Fluffy Brows Fibre Gel is definitely one to try. If you can't live without a fluffy, fuller-looking brow, this tinted brow gel is a great alternative.
Glossier Super Glow Serum vs. Bondi Sands Gold'n Hour
Introducing a vitamin C serum into your skincare routine is always a good idea. Glossier Super Glow contains a 5% stable form of vit C combined with magnesium to even skin tone, brighten and moisturise and improve the appearance of any unwanted dark spots. Known for its go-to fake tan, Bondi Sands recently launched its skincare range and the 'Gold'n Hour Serum' gives the Glossier OG a run for its money. Containing double the percentage of vitamin C, this serum is a must-have if you're skin is craving some glow.
Glossier Perfecting Skin Tint vs. Lottie London Velvet Skin Tint
Love your make-up to look and feel like you're wearing nothing? A skin tint typically combines the blurring effect of a foundation with the moisturising and hydrating properties of skincare. The Glossier Perfecting Skin Tint has a sheer, undetectable finish on the skin whilst evening out the complexion and hiding blemishes. If you're looking to find a similar dupe, The Velvet Skin Tint from Lottie London provides a similar sheer coverage that keeps the skin feeling hydrated without looking cakey.
Glossier Super Bounce Serum vs. The Ordinary Hyaluronic Acid 2% + B5 Serum
If your skin is dehydrated, dry or needs an instant pick me up, a hyaluronic acid serum could be your best friend. Glossier's Super Bounce combines the skin-loving ingredients of hyaluronic acid and vitamin B5 to improve elasticity, flood the skin full of moisture and maintain and healthy glow. Don't fancy spending £25? You can rely on The Ordinary to provide hard-working skincare at an affordable price. The Ordinary Hyaluronic Acid combines vitamin B5 to emulate similar results to the Glossier serum for under £10.
Glossier Mango Balm Dotcom vs. Dr. Pawpaw Multipurpose Tinted Balm
Who doesn't love a good lip balm? There's always room in your collection for another lip balm favourite and you can't go wrong with Glossier's coveted Balm Dotcom. With a range of dreamy scents and shades, there's a balm perfectly suited for you to keep your lips hydrated. If you need a super hydrating lip balm that leaves a natural tint, Dr Pawpaw's Multipurpose Tinted Balm is one to add to your shopping basket.
Glossier Exfoliating Solution vs. Sali Hughes X Revolution Placid
Don't be afraid of exfoliating acids. Adding liquid exfoliant to your daily routine can help to solve a wide range of skin concerns. Glossier's Exfoliating Solution is made with a blend of AHA's, BHA's and PHA's to target everything from blemishes to texture, dullness and redness. However, if you don't fancy splurging, beauty journalist Sali Hughes launched a skincare range with Revolution that takes you back to basics when it comes to skincare. Placid contains a very similar blend of exfoliating, hard-working acids that help to retexture and instantly brighten the skin.