Similarity Rating: 83%
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*Both brands are cruelty-free according to Cruelty-Free Kitty. Makeup Maven, Kayla, says: Bare Minerals Lasting Line Long-Wearing Eyeliner in Absolute Black is $17 for 0.35 grams while Milani Stay Put 16HR Eyeliner in After Dark is $9 for 0.28 grams. Both brands come with a smudger (Milani’s is a sponge while Bare Minerals is foam-like) and a built-in sharpener.
Both are gel formulas that claim to be long-wearing and are very pigmented. Milani is much more black than Bare Minerals. BM is grayer. Bare Minerals has a more precise tip compared to Milani. Both glide on the waterline really effortlessly and after about 12 hours of wear, I did get some minor smudging from both brands in the corner of my tear ducts.
There wasn’t anything special about Bare Minerals for the $17 price tag. If you’re looking for a black eyeliner that has similar features that BM has just purchase Milani.
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