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Dupe Alert! Elf Cosmetics Halo Glow Liquid Filter vs Charlotte Tilbury Flawless Filter

Elf Cosmetics has spoilt us with its new Halo Glow Liquid Filter! The Halo Glow Liquid Filter is a skincare x makeup hybrid infused with skin-loving ingredients, as well as glowing shimmers to give the skin a healthy glow.

This filter is everything you need to get the ultimate healthy and radiant glow which is perfect for the summer!

There’s a more in-depth description later on in the post, but I just have to cover the dupe part, because it’s that good!

When it comes to makeup dupes, Elf Cosmetics knows how to get it right! This isn’t the first time Elf has come out with a dupe for a high-end product, and I’m sure it won’t be the last!

The Halo Glow Liquid Filter is an especially exciting release for more than one reason. It’s a dupe of the bestselling Charlotte Tilbury Flawless Filter, which is nearly always sold out.

Aside from spending a fraction of the price, you’ll also have a product that will hopefully be in stock more often that the Flawless Filter!

While some may say Elf Cosmetics needs more creativity in their makeup, I say they’re filling in a piece in the makeup puzzle!

Elf Cosmetics Halo Glow Liquid Filter

Elf Cosmetics Halo Glow Liquid Filter

The Halo Glow Liquid Filter is available in 8 glowing shades and can be worn in 4 ways to give you a soft-focus, dewy and glowing skin. The shades are universal, each one works on multiple skin tones.

Wear it alone, wear it over or under your makeup, mix it with your foundation or use it as you would use a highlighter!

It gets all the ticks for being multi-functional and what’s even more impressive is its ingredients.

Elf Cosmetics Halo Glow Liquid Filter swatches

Made with squalene to moisturize the skin, hyaluronic acid to hydrate the skin and the finely milled powders blur lines and pores for smoother-looking skin! It applies smoothly and blends easily!

I love a good hybrid product, as well as multi-functional ones and this multi-use, glow booster is all that!

Elf Cosmetics Halo Glow Liquid Filter vs Charlotte Tilbury Flawless Filter

Elf Cosmetics Halo Glow Liquid Filter vs Charlotte Tilbury Flawless Filter

A good dupe always needs a good comparison so here goes:

Elf Cosmetics Halo Glow Liquid Filter

  • 8 universal shades
  • $14 for 31.5ml
  • Enriched with skin-loving ingredients like Squalane and Hyaluronic Acid for moisturizing and hydrating
  • Gives the complexion a healthier and more radiant look
  • Blurs lines and pores for a smoother, soft-focus look

Charlotte Tilbury Flawless Filter

  • 12 shades
  • $44 for 30ml
  • Moisturizes skin for 24 hours
  • Finely milled powders to help blur the appearance of lines and pores
  • Brightening Porcelain Flower Extract, derived from a Thai flower for brighter-looking skin
  • Smoothing airbrush polymers for a poreless, flawless-looking finish
  • Light-as-air, moisturising Glossy Oil

My Thoughts

Elf Cosmetics Halo Glow Liquid Filter has brought some healthy competition to the makeup world. While I love Charlotte Tilbury products, they are extremely pricey, and I’m all for saving money, especially on a good dupe!

Both glow filters are extremely similar, but, for $14, Elf Cosmetics has given you an easy way to get a healthy-looking glow to your skin without breaking the bank! And who doesn’t love that?!

Both the Elf Halo Glow Liquid Filter and the Charlotte Tilbury Flawless Filter leave the skin with a radiant glow! Rumour has it, put both filters side by side, and you won’t be able to tell which one is which. Now that’s what I call a good dupe!

Elf Cosmetics Halo Glow Liquid Filter can be bought from Elf Cosmetics US | UK

Hollie xx



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