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As much as I love luxury and high end products, a lot of these products can be easily duped by drugstore brands. One brand in particular is a popular “dupe/copy” brand of luxury products that is sold in Ulta. That being Makeup Revolution, which is a cruelty free and they have several products that are dupes of other brands. The ones I’m focusing on today are the products that are dupes for Too Faced’s products for a fraction of the cost. Now I don’t have all the products from Too Faced to compare these against, because I don’t have enough money to go and buy everything from Too Faced just to compare the two. But packaging, name, and shades are so spot on that’s I can say without a doubt that these are dupes. I do have the Too Faced Chocolate Bon Bons palette, but cannot wear this product due to my skin deciding that I’m allergy to wearing products that contain chocolate. Which is the main reason I decided to do this post/purchase these products because I love the shades of the chocolate palette from Too Faced but I can’t wear it without feeling the need to scratch my eyes off after a few minutes.
Dupes between Makeup Revolution and Too Faced chocolate palettes:
Makeup Revolution has multiple chocolate palettes, six of them to be exact at Ulta that each cost $15. Those being: Gold Bar, Naked Chocolate, Chocolate Vice, Death by Chocolate, Chocolate Love and Pink Fizz Palette. Each have a full size mirror and pan sizes that are identical to those in the Too Faced chocolate palette. Makeup Revolution does have additional bars that are not available at Ulta, but I was not able to get a hold of these as I couldn’t find any available in the United States. And some of these were the exact dupes. Too Faced on the other hand only has three chocolate palettes each priced at $49: Chocolate Bar, Semi Sweet Chocolate Bar, and Chocolate Bon Bons Eyeshadow Palette. The Too Faced palettes also do not include a full sized mirror and smell like chocolate due to the chocolate ingredient that I am unfortunately allergic to. As I am allergic to the chocolate palettes there was no way I was going to go buy the other two just for a comparison to these palettes, but I have seen numerous other reviews that have those in person comparisons.
Too Faced Chocolate Bar and Makeup Revolution I Heart Cholocate Bar
Too Faced Semi Sweet Chocolate Bar and Makeup Revolution Salted Caramel
Too Faced Chocolate Bon Bons and Makeup Revolution Chocolate Love
Dupes between Makeup Revolution and Too Faced blushes:
Makeup Revolution also has the exact same blush as Too Faced. That being the Makeup Revolution Blushing Hearts Blusher which has three different verisons (Candy Queen of Hearts, Peachy Pink Kisses, and Peachy Keen Heart) all priced at $7. Whereas, Too Faced as four versions (Candy Glow, Peach Beach, Something About Berry, and Sparkling Belini) all called Sweetheart Perfect Flush Blush and are priced at $30. So the only real difference is Makeup Revolution doesn’t have a berry tone blush like Too Faced does. Another major difference is Too Faced blush only has 0.19 oz, while the Makeup Revolution blush has 0.35 oz of product. So you get more for your money with the Makeup Revolution Blushing Hearts Blusher than the Too Faced Sweetheart Perfect Flush Blush, and for a fraction of the price.
Too Faced Sweetheart Perfect Flush Blush Candy Glow and Makeup Revolution Blushing Hearts Blusher Candy Queen of Hearts
Too Faced Sweetheart Perfect Flush Blush Peach Beach and Makeup Revolution Blushing Hearts Blusher Peach Pink Kisses
Too Faced Sweetheart Perfect Flush Blush Sparkling Belini and Makeup Revolution Blushing Hearts Blusher Peachy Keen Heart
Makeup Revolution Chocolate Bar Palettes
Death by Chocolate
Overall Thoughts on Makeup Revolution Products
These products are totally worth it as they have as great of quality as the Too Faced products. I also love the mirror a lot more in the Makeup Revolution palettes compared to the Too Faced Chocolate palettes. Also for the blushes, the only main difference is the packaging quality. The packaging is prettier and more sturdy in the Too Faced products, compared to those of the Makeup Revolution. But $7 compared to $30 is quite a difference. And the pigamentation/feel of the powders compared to their counterpart is almost identical. So are these a dupe? Yes! Sorry I couldn’t share any swatches in this post, I’m currently still recovering from the flu and can hardly manage to do much. But I’ll update this post later with those, if not film a video of the comparisons!