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*Anastasia BH is certified cruelty-free according to Ethical Elephant and Copy Cat claims to be cruelty-free. Makeup Maven, Kayla, says: ABH is $40 and CCB is $8.99. The packaging is similar. The pans are the same size, however, the ABH pans are easily removable. The ABH palette is much heavier and I think in general it looks nicer. There is no mirror in the ABH palette but CCB does have one. In the pans, 3 out of 4 colors in the CCB palette are dupes for the ABH palette. ABH's Gum Drop does not look anything like it's 'dupe' in the CCB palette. Gum Drop is much less pink. When swatching each palette the colors are borderline identical. ABH's Starburst matches the best with CCB’s version. I found both brands to last all day on the skin & I couldn’t tell much of a difference between the two. ABH is a bit more reflective & CCB is slightly chunky in consistency. In the end, I think both products are beautiful.
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