Copy Cat Beauty FOGO Eyeshadow Palette vs. Urban Decay Naked Heat Palette

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*Urban Decay is certified cruelty-free according to Ethical Elephant and Copy Cat claims to be cruelty-free. Kayla says: Urban Decay is $54.00 while CopyCat Beauty is $8.99. Packaging wise they are very different - Urban Decay has very sturdy plastic packaging with a magnetic closure with a nice mirror. CopyCat Beauty is much cheaper using cardboard. The mirror is nice but it's quite small. Looking at both palettes colors in their pans they look exactly the same, both have 12 shadows each. Upon swatching them side by side there are a few colors that have a slight difference. Ember, He Devil & Low Blow are slightly darker in the Naked Heat palette. The rest of the shades are borderline identical. Application wise CopyCat Beauty's shadows went on very easily, blended out well and are very pigmented on the eyelid. The shadows lasted a 12 hour day and looked just like they did when I first applied them. There was some mild fall out during application. Naked Heat's formula is very buttery smooth and very pigmented shadows. CopyCat Beauty doesn't fall too far from it. This is a fantastic dupe!

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