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*According to Ethical Elephant, Makeup Revolution is cruelty-free, but Fenty's CF status is unconfirmed.Makeup Maven, Kimberly, says:Makeup Revolution's Highlight Reloaded in 'Set the Tone' is an okay dupe for Fenty's Killawatt Freestyle Highlighter in 'Metal Moon.' At a first side-by-side comparison with these two products, I thought their differences would be minimal. Makeup Revolution's product has an obvious sparkle in its container while Fenty's product looks completely matte. While swatching Makeup Revolution's product, it picked up more easily on my fingers than Fenty - but while using my highlighter brush I saw the exact opposite. This is because Makeup Revolution's highlighter uses a strange design (the product's shape has a lot of ridges and valleys) which I found frustrating while trying to get more product to stick to my brush. To the touch, Makeup Revolution was chalky while Fenty felt creamier. While applied, I felt that Makeup Revolution did NOT look natural. It had more of a strobing product effect and gave a weird glow (while being in a shadow!). Fenty on the other hand naturally highlighted my cheeks when turning my head, and couldn't be seen while being in a shadow. In my opinion, Fenty is worth the splurge to ensure a more natural look!
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