Sephora Collection 10 Hour Wear Perfection Foundation vs. NARS All Day Luminous Weightless Foundation

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*Neither brand is cruelty-free. Kristin Says: Both of these foundations provide medium coverage with a small amount of product. However, the texture of these foundations is noticeably different - the NARS is quite thin and watery, while the Sephora foundation is much thicker. The NARS foundation promises - and provides - a dewy, luminous finish to the skin, while the Sephora foundation gives quite a stark matte finish. Each of these products works well but aren't nearly similar enough to be dupes for the other.

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