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*Both brands are cruelty-free according to Ethical Elephant, but NYX's parent company, L'Oreal is not. Makeup Maven, Candi, says: The Milk Makeup bronzer is amazing! A little bit of product goes a long way and it very pigmented. Whether applied over foundation or directly to bare skin it blended seamlessly and lasted all day even through a sweaty workout. The Milk Makeup Bronzer was matte. The NYX one has a golden shimmer to it. The color has a little more of an orange tone than the Milk. This product had to be built up quite a bit but it did blend nicely. It did not last well when applied to bare skin and it felt greasy. When applied over foundation and set with powder it looked nice but it did not last long at all. I would stick with Milk - the price may be a little higher but considering how much product you get and how far it goes I believe it is well worth the money.
CONCLUSION Very different.
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