Sephora Collection Matte Perfection Powder Foundation vs. Kat Von D Lock-It Powder Foundation

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Not very similar to the name brand.

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*Kat Von D is certified cruelty-free according to Ethical Elephant but Sephora is NOT. Kayla PREFERS the Sephora foundation. She says:Sephora is $20 for 7.5 grams & Kat Von D is $36 for 9 grams. The KVD packaging is really cool looking but I wasn’t very happy it didn’t have a spot to house the applicator that came with it. The powder has a lot of fall-out when you dip a brush/sponge into it. I can see someone hitting pan on this very quickly from all of it. Both products I found that I was dipping into the product again & again to get the coverage I wanted. Sephora is very buildable in coverage. KVD claims to be full coverage but I believe it to be about medium. Neither really covered my dark circles or redness even though I went over the areas several times. Both made my skin feel smooth to the touch. My T-Zone got oily after a few hours using the Sephora brand so I did have to touch up in the middle of the day. Between the two I would definitely choose the Sephora brand due to the fact that it is cheaper & I feel as though you won’t go through the whole pan within just a few weeks.

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