YSL #13 Peach Passion was the first YSL lip product I ever purchased. I’m pretty sure it was the first YSL product I’d ever purchased in general, and I fell in love right away. So of course I had to do a YSL #13 Peach Passion dupe when I came across it in my makeup stash.
Once you’ve tried a YSL lippie, you understand why they’re expensive ($37). Not only is the packaging drop dead gorgeous, the formula is amazing. YSL Rouge Volupté #13 Peach Passion is creamy, pigmented, applies like butter and has a beautiful satin sheen to it.
The dupe I’ve found is still high end, but still less expensive, and it’s the Stila Convertible Color Dual Lip + Cheek Cream in Peach Blossom.
I wasn’t able to find this individually in the US anymore, but you can pick up the Convertible Color Dual Lip + Cheek Palette in Sunset Serenade for $39. It’s more expensive, but you’re receiving 4 other shades so it’s a steal! In the UK, you can find it on the Stila website individually for £16 versus the YSL lipstick, which is £26.
The colors are really spot on. Both are a peachy pink shade, and are opaque, creamy, and pigmented so they’re perfect for spring/summer!
The Stila Convertible Color is nice because it’s made for both your lips and cheeks, but you could just as easily apply the YSL lipstick as a blush as well so picking between the two really just comes down to brand preference and price.
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