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Kylie Skin Concealer contains .22 oz of product and retails for $20. Colourpop No Filter Concealer contains .14 oz of product and retails for $6.50. For starters, the packaging of these two products is very similar. Colourpop is slightly thinner and taller and appearance and comes in a translucent bottle vs Kylie's transparent thicker bottle, but when uncapped, the product the applicators seem exactly the same. They both have thin and flexible applicator tips that allow for precise application. Both products also come in an awesome 30 color shade range. If you want to get nit-picky you can argue that Kylie tailors more toward darker skin shades than Colourpop does but it is very comparable. Neither product contains fragrance but the Kylie concealer has a stronger and more distinct ‘makeup’ smell. When applying the product, I did find that both formulas were a similar creamy consistency without being too thick. I did, however, find that the Kylie was a little quicker to dry leaving you with less time to blend the product into the skin. Both concealers provided a medium/full coverage and had minimal creasing throughout the day. I will say that the Colourpop held up a little better for the longevity test. At the end of the workday with no touch-ups the Kylie side had worn a slightly worse and showed some underlying eye darkness. All things considered, I would definitely say that Colourpop is a dupe for Kylie on this one.