Is ColourPop x Becky G Salvaje Palette a Dupe for Anastasia Beverly Hills Soft Glam Palette?

Now initially when I did my review of the ColourPop x Becky G Salvaje Palette I did not think it was that similar to anything in my collection until Cleia pointed it out if you exclude the teal shades. So I wanted to do a little comparison and determine just how similar the two palettes are. I’m just going to be doing swatch comparisons of shades that seem similar to do the comparison. Of course they aren’t exact dupes as there are several shade differences between the palettes like Salvaje having teal tones and Soft Glam has a black shadow.

Difference Between Pressed Pigment and Eyeshadow

This is a topic that has been discussed a lot recently with the release of the Morphe x James Charles Artistry Palette… which I do have and just haven’t gotten around to playing with. Since it contains some shadows that are pressed pigments and a user on Twitter ranted for two minutes about getting hives and stained skin due to one of the pink shades in the palette. As I have not played with that palette, I cannot speak to the formula. However, I have been playing with the Jeffree Star Blood Sugar palette, which also includes pressed pigments and has a vegan formula. Plus I’ve been researching this topic as I wanted to attempt making a palette myself from scratch. So what are the main differences between eyeshadows and pressed pigments?


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

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.

Urban Decay Naked Palettes

An in depth look at Urban Decay Palettes with swatches.