What’s Your Favorite Drugstore Brand for Most/All of Your Needs?
It’s that time of the week again! The results of another weekly poll. If you haven’t noticed already, each week there’s a new question on the right-hand side of the page.
I was curious to see which are some of your favorite drugstore brands. It’s hard to say which is the best because each brand might excel in a category, while another category is a complete fail. For instance, Revlon has amazing products – especially their face and lip products. But their mascaras stink! Maybe their PhotoReady Mascara is so-so, but the rest of them are a waste of money. (This is my opinion only of course!)
So my question was, What is your favorite drugstore brand for all or most of your needs? Theoretically speaking – if you happened to lose all of your makeup and were given the money to purchase a whole new collection, and you could only purchase everything from one brand, which would it be?
It makes my head hurt just thinking about it. But here are the results!
The results are…
Revlon – 74 votes (38%)
Covergirl – 13 votes (6%)
L’Oreal – 48 votes (25%)
Maybelline – 64 votes (33%)
Rimmel London – 14 votes (7%)
Milani – 6 votes (3%)
Wet n Wild – 20 votes (10%)
NYX – 44 votes (23%)
Physicians Formula – 8 votes (4%)
Neutrogena – 6 votes (3%)
Annabelle (Canadian Brand) – 2 votes (1%)
E.L.F. – 39 votes (20%)
Other – 7 votes (3%)
This poll is based on 191 participants.
The #1 crowd choice is Revlon with the first runner up being Maybelline and the second being L’Oreal.
I’d have to go with the crowd pick and choose Revlon too. My main focus of my makeup is having a good base makeup, and Revlon does some really good foundations – in my opinion, better than what the other drugstore brands have to offer (in terms of coverage and lasting power). I prefer long-lasting cosmetics, and with Revlon’s Colorstay line, they have tons of products that will get you through the day with minimal touch-ups.
I’m also a big fan of Revlon’s lip products – and some of their eye products aren’t too shabby either. Also, I know this shouldn’t really be a factor, but I thought it was worth a mention that Revlon has good eye appeal. Although I’m not a makeup snob, I still don’t want messy, broken tubes and compacts before I’m even done using the product. The packaging on most of their products is very classy and chic and doesn’t reflect the low price.
I do have to say though, if I really did have to only choose one brand, it’d be pretty hard to give up my Maybelline and Covergirl Mascaras.
(photo credits: makeupandbeauty, vampy varnish and lipglossiping.)