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*According to Cruelty-Free Kitty, both BECCA and Milani are cruelty-free, though BECCA's parent company, Estee Lauder is not. Commander in Chic, Natalie Reddell tested these products side-by-side. She noted that BECCA's packaging has the magnetic close, which is neat but she did not feel a necessary feature given the expensive price tag ($24). She thought both lipsticks were very creamy, though Milani gave more of a matte finish. Color-wise, she felt these were extremely similar, though Instagram followers felt Milani appeared more vibrant on camera. Both had a similar wear time. In the end, our tester chose Milani for the much lower price tag, similar color, and feel.
I love them both but I rather Milani
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