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Kayla says: Benefit is $22 for 1ml & NYX is $9 for 1ml. Benefit has a felt tip & NYX has a brush tip. I feel the felt tip gives you more control during application. NYX is a good eyeliner however it does bleed a little when using so you have to be very careful. NYX wouldn't be a good liner to start out with if you're new to liquid eyeliner. Personally, I find Benefit to be easier to use. Both products last all day without smudging. Benefit is a matte formula while NYX is not. NYX has far too many differences to be considered a dupe for Benefit however both are decent products depending on your preference.
I would absolutely agree with this review! NYX glides quite well. Thank you for saving me money.
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