Not very similar to the name brand.
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Kayla says: I was not impressed with the Sephora brand. The packaging isn't the best, it has a mesh inlay that you need to press down to get the product. I thought this was slightly frustrating to use just to get very little powder to come out. The flashback was pretty bad no matter how little powder you used. It actually made my concealer change to a darker shade. The smell was very off-putting. Almost smelled like glue. The only thing I liked is how finely milled the powder was. Too Faced is far superior. It's an ultra-fine powder & gives a nice matte finish without looking overly powdery. Your makeup will stay all day and it helps blur flaws & fine lines. $33 for 15 grams worth of product is really good. Other high end setting powders are around the same price & less product. Too Faced has a slight yellow tint to it & a little goes a long way. I have not had any issues with the flashback. In this instance, cheaper is NOT always better.
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