BH Cosmetics Festival Eyeshadow Palette vs. Anastasia Beverly Hills Riviera Eyeshadow Palette

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*Both products are certified cruelty-free according to Ethical Elephant. Makeup Maven, Kayla, says: ABH Riviera is $45 for 14 eyeshadows while BH Cosmetics Festival palette is about $13 for 20 eyeshadows. Both products have mirrors. BH Cosmetics isn't a complete color dupe for Riviera but the colors are extremely similar and give a very summery/tropical vibe. Ultimate, Carnival, Euphoria, Dippie, Swag & Hipster in the Festival palette are really close dupes for the Riviera palette. Both palettes are very easy to blend & are very pigmented. ABH's formula is powdery and has a lot of fall out / kick back. BH Cosmetics I didn't have any of those issues. Both palettes are beautiful & are very easy to work with & last all day. If you've been wanting Riviera but don't want to shell out the $45 check BH Cosmetics Festival. - you will get a lot of the same shades that ABH has to offer plus extras for much less money.

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I think Anastasia’s is better because there’s not as much fall out and more pigment in the shadows.



I think the BH cosmetics are better than anastasia’s makeup!! just look the price



Plus makeup revolution is also a dupe for ABH palettes!

Kaleigh Tess


While this is a decent dupe I personally would still shell out for the ABH pallet. The fallout and lack of pigmentation is so important to me when applying makeup on clients that I can’t afford to not have the better product. If those two things aren’t so important to you then BH may be a better option because it is a great value.

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