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Comparing ColourPop x Kathleen Lights Dream Street Palette to Dominique Cosmetics Latte Palette

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This is a concept I got from Cleia, which I’ve had in my “‘post ideas” list forever but never ended up doing. And recently I’ve been using Dominique Cosmetics Latte Palette for my everyday makeup. So, I thought it was finally time to compare this palette with the Kathleen Lights x ColourPop Dream St. Palette.

For the most part, these palettes look very similar, though I would not consider them dupes of each other. For starters, some of the comparisons for the shades are a combination of two tot make it close. But on the eyes, they come of almost identical. On the top for swatches is the Dominique Cosmetics Latte Palette, and on the bottom for swatches is the Kathleen Lights x ColourPop Dream St. Palette.

Top (Left to Right): Double Shot, Cold Brew, Creme Brulee, Macchiato, Espresso, Pumpkin Spice, Mocha, Vanilla Creme, Caramel, and Hazelnut.
Bottom (Left to Right): Spark, Water Bearer, Twinkle, Sweet Dreams, Mermaid Boy/Kaleidoscope, Magical, Elfish, Moony, Shooting Star, and Potion.

Latte Palette

  • Hazelnut: Matte warm brown with a red undertone
  • Caramel: Matte light taupe with a cool undertone
  • Vanilla Crème: Matte muted yellow
  • Mocha: Matte chocolate brown
  • Pumpkin Spice: Matte rustic muted orange with red undertones
  • Espresso: Foil brown with gold flecks
  • Macchiato: Foil Champagne with gold flecks
  • Crème Brulee: Foil copper rose gold
  • Cold Brew: Matte deep teal
  • Double Shot: Matte purple with red undertones

Dream St. Palette

  • Shooting star: matte soft golden brown
  • Magical: matte yellow peach
  • Star dust: metallic true copper
  • Twinkle: metallic true rose gold
  • Sweet dreams: metallic soft champagne with a peachy pink flip
  • Water bearer: matte cool teal
  • Potion: matte vivid reddish rust
  • Spark: matte neon red
  • Kaleidoscope: metallic intense silvery nude
  • Elfish: matte rich red brown
  • Moony: satin soft baby pink
  • Mermaid boy: metallic deep teal

Can You Tell Which Side is Which Palette?

The left eye in the photos is Dominique Cosmetics Latte Palette and the right is Kathleen Lights x ColourPop Dream St. Palette. Did you get it right? I had to go back and reference my brows because I couldn’t for the life of me from the picture tell which eye was which. But I know which one I did each palette on as I left the palettes in that order for when I got around to writing this up for the blog.

So, if you want to save a buck the Kathleen Lights x ColourPop Dream St. Palette is $20, while the Dominique Cosmetics Latte Palette is $42. But you can get very similar looks. Though there are some differences.

Love ya,

Mae Polzine

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6 Comments

  1. February 10, 2020 / 12:11 AM

    I love that you did this comparison!! It never occurred to me that these palettes were similar until someone commented on an ig post that I should compare them. It was really surprising how similar they are. I love the eye look, I wouldn’t have known that each eye was done with a different palette unless you told me. The metallic from the DC palette is just a tad more foiled looking, but other than that they look identical!!

    • Mae Polzine
      Author
      February 10, 2020 / 6:34 AM

      Agreed. From looking at the pans they look different but when applying on the eyes you can’t tell them apart save for the metallics as you mentioned. There are only two shades that don’t line but one of them if you mix two metallics you get something almost similar though it’s slightly more teal.
      ♥ Mae

      • February 23, 2020 / 3:11 AM

        I have no regrets buying both palettes though! I love them both 🙂

      • Mae Polzine
        Author
        February 23, 2020 / 10:03 AM

        Completely agree with you there!
        ♥ Mae

  2. February 13, 2020 / 3:44 AM

    I love this. I genuinely couldn’t tell the difference but both gorgeous palettes!

    • Mae Polzine
      Author
      February 13, 2020 / 6:53 AM

      Same I thought I would since the swatches are slightly different but when you do the look it literally just reads the same.
      ♥ Mae

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