Left: Wet'n'wild- Definer shade in the lower right corner of #736 Petal Pusher Pallette
Right: Lancome- The New Black
| Revlon v. Benefit Cosmetics|
Left: Revlon Illuminance va Va Va Bloom Creme Shadow Quad, $6.99
Right: Benefit Cosmetics stiletto Creme Shadow, $19
Although this is a near color match, the Revlon creme shadows have a problem with creasing (even with primer and makeup setting spray) whereas Benefit Creme eye shadows do not crease.
This is an updated photo above, so the left is Benefit and the right is Revlon. This was after just a couple hours of sitting on my hand. You can truly see that although these are perfect color dupes, the Benefit $18 is well worth it for the staying power and creaseless creme shadow abilities.
|L'ancome v. Maybelline|
Left: L'ancome color Design single eyeshadow in Trendy Intense, $18
Right: Maybelline Stylish Smokes in 105S Amethyst, $3.99-$4.99
|Clinique v. Almay|
Left Swatch: AlmayTrio for Greens 204, $3-$9 for the trio
Right Swatch: Clinique Color Surge Eye Shadow Super Shimmer Lucky Penny, $15 as a solo
(sorry these swatches are the opposite sides of the picture taken above)
More pictures to come!
Benefit eye shadow in Bo Peep--- #736 Wet'n'Wild Petal Pusher- upper RH shade
Lancome Excursion--- Clinique Peacock
Lancome Pose--- Clinique Strike it Rich
Victoria's Secret Safari Chic pallette (light purple shade) ---- Wet'n'Wild Petal Pusher Pallette- LH eyelid shade