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Comparing Anastasia Beverly Hills Subculture Palette with Makeup Revolution Reloaded Division Palette

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ABH v Makeup Revolution 1ABH v Makeup Revolution 2

In the past I called the Makeup Revolution Reloaded Division Palette a dupe to the Anastasia Beverly Hills Subculture palette before I even had that palette. Now that I have the Subculture Palette, I wanted to test just how true that actually was. Not that I think I was massive off but now I can prove my words even more. Not just based off the looks of the shades in the palettes.

The main comparison is the video along with the swatch comparison. Overall, you can get the same exact look with both palettes but you have to build up the Makeup Revolution Reloaded Division Palette to get the same pigmentation as the Subculture palette. As far as swatches you can see in the video the Makeup Revolution palette is more chalky (mattes) or chunky (metallics). And there is noticeably more kick back in the Makeup Revolution palette compared to what I experienced in the Subculture palette. Overall, these are dupes of each other. But I do prefer the Subculture palette more than the Reloaded Division palette.

Love ya,

Mae Polzine

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