Wednesday, December 11, 2013

LORAC Front of the Line PRO Liquid Liner Dupe?

I think I have discovered a dupe for the LORAC Front of the Line PRO liquid liner in the Physicians Forumla 2-in-1 Lash Boosting Eyeliner + Serum liquid liner.


Both of these liners have calligraphy pen tips that are little flexible paintbrushes (versus, say, a felt tip).

LORAC liner on the left, Physicians Formula on the right

They both apply very nicely and make it easy to create a thin or a thick line.  They seem to be equally black, and have very long wear-times.

Physicians Formula on the left, LORAC on the right

The Physicians Formula claims to have ingredients that encourage lash growth, but none of the ingredients on the list have any research on them to back up that claim.

I cannot discern any difference between these two.  I wore one on my left eye and one on my right one day and forgot which was which by the end of the day.

These are both excellent liners, but the LORAC Front of the Line PRO is $23 and the Physicians Formula is around $11.

6 comments:

  1. What a great find!! I love drugstore dupes!!

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    1. I'm often surprised how good drugstore dupes can be!

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  2. Love finding cheaper alternatives for things. I'm not sure I'd want to rely on my eyeliner for lash growth, but if it draws nice black lines and is affordable I'm sold.

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    1. I sort of think the lash growth claim is a little silly. They should just focus on how good the liner is!

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  3. ooo great dupe! I'll have to check out physicians formula one!

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    1. It's been my favorite liquid liner of late.

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