Similarity Rating: 91%
Some small differences but similar overall.
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Smashbox Photo Finish Reduce Redness Primer is $39 for 1oz while Collab The Fundamental Color Correcting Primer in Green is $13 for 1oz. Both products are marketed to color correct any redness that you may have and to even out your skin tone. Both products are green in color. Side by side they look similar. Texture-wise they both feel velvety, lightweight and smooth - almost like a silicone type consistency. Collab feels tacky once blended into your skin. These brands also smelled very similar. I have combo dry skin with an oily t zone. Both products kept the oil away for most of the day but I did have to touch up with powder. I have mild redness and neither brand did much for it. Using a noncolor correcting primer versus a color correcting one I could not see much of a difference. If you are a fan of the Smashbox Reduce Redness Primer definitely give Collab a try because it is so very hard to tell them apart.
CONCLUSION Some small differences but similar overall.
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