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According to Cruelty-Free Kitty, Jane Iredale is cruelty-free, but Benefit is NOT. Benefit Cosmetics Lemonaid eye primer is DISCONTINUED. Jane Iredale Smooth Affair for the eyes is $32 for 3.75 grams. Lemonaid comes in a snap case with a mirror while Jane Iredale is in a jar. Jane Iredale is a talked-about product online that is an alleged dupe for Lemonaid however after testing it - do not waste your money. While Smooth Affair is a great eye primer this is not a dupe for Lemonaid and would hate to see anyone spend $32 thinking it is. Both are yellow in color and that is about the only similarity they have. Jane Iredale actually has shimmer in its formula and it peeks through your eyeshadow no matter what color you use over it. Despite the yellow color it doesn’t color correct. It’s extremely thin in consistency with not much tack to it. Smooth Affair is a good primer, it really smoothed out my eyelid for application of shadow. I have hooded eyes and I didn’t get any creasing throughout the day and it helped with the longevity of my makeup. But this is NOT a dupe for Lemonaid.
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