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Beauty Glazed Mysterious Palette is $9.88 on Amazon and Huda Beauty Mercury Retrograde Palette is $67.00 on Sephora. The Beauty Glazed palette is very pigmented for the price! I did have to pack on the color for a more intense payoff on a few shades, but for the most part, this palette performed beautifully. There was virtually no fallout! The metallic shades were very soft and squishy (very much like the ColourPop SuperShock Highlighters). The matte shades are very soft and buttery smooth. I was blown away by this palette. The Huda palette is one of the first higher-end eyeshadow palettes that I have ever used and I was impressed. The color story of this palette is beautiful and the metallic shades were very soft and blendable. The matte shades were little chalkier compared to the BG palette, but were still very pigmented. The color payoff in this palette was a little better in the HB palette in my opinion. I found that my brush was picking up so much color with one tap into the shadows. The colors weren't exactly the same when comparing. Although they were very similar, I found that the BG palette shades were a bit on the warmer side, while the HB palette shades were cooler and more pastel-looking. Regardless of the minor difference in the shades, I was still able to create an eyeshadow look using both palettes that was very much alike. Final Thoughts: I would most definitely go with the Beauty Glazed Mysterious Palette. It's super affordable and performs just as well as the Huda Beauty Palette!