My first ever lipstick and makeup product was MAC’s famous Velvet Teddy matte lipstick. This flattering nude shade has been lusted over by beauty lovers for years, and other makeup brands have tried to come out with their own spin on this product.
The closest alternative that was discovered a few years ago to this product, is the Wet’n’Wild’s 902C Bare It All matte lipstick. They’re pretty much the same product, formula and longevity-wise! The shade is described as a “deep-tone beige” on the MAC’s official website. The pricing comparison is $24 vs. $3.
Get MAC’s Velvet Teddy here. Get Wet’n’Wild’s 902C Bare It All here.
Have you tried this Wet’n’Wild dupe or do you prefer the original? Have you found other dupes to this color? Let me know in the comments below!
I REALLY love the fact that MAC (among other brands) has customizable eyeshadow palettes. The formula has only improved since MAC eyeshadows dominated the market and set the trends years ago for many years to come. This is just one of my favourites that I put together.
MAC brushes are notoriously famous for a good reason: they last a very long time and they’re soft and easy to work with. I have pretty much all of them but a couple shown here are:
MAC lipsticks also were some of the first and the best on the market. My first ever lipstick was Velvet Teddy (of course due to the endless comments about it among beauty lovers), and although there’s such a large variety of lipsticks available these days, their formula is still among the top.