Makeup Revolution Ultra Contour Palette vs. Anastasia Beverly Hills Contour Kit

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Some small differences but similar overall.

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*Both brands are cruelty-free according to Ethical Elephant. Makeup Maven, Kaleigh, says: The Anastasia Beverly Hills Contour Kit retails for $40 and comes with three bronzing shades, a light powder, banana powder, and a light highlighter. The Makeup Revolution Ultra Contour Palette retails for $10 and contains a total of 8 shades. It has all the same shades as ABH plus an additional 2 highlighter shades in both light and bronze. Admittedly, I have been a cult follower of ABH for years and this specific palette has been my #1 go-to contour palette for over 5 years. I have found that my biggest complaint about most ABH dupes is the undertone of the colors. ABH does a great job of creating bronzing pigments without the 'orange' harsh undertone. This is especially important for me as I have a very light complexion. With that being said, HOLY COW! I am so mad at myself for not knowing about this MR palette sooner. When tested side by side the colors are identical and the wear time is also just as comparable. Both products also smell the same and contain no added fragrance. Even the packaging is almost identical. However, ABH is a magnetic closing cardboard package and MR is a plastic case with added mirror. Fallout for both palettes was also minimal which is a big selling point for me. Side by side you would not be able to tell a difference. I 110% recommend Makeup Revolution for this match up. With the price point of $10 and the added highlighters and mirror, it is a no brainer!

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Amazing find!! I am in search of a new bronzing palette and will have to try Makeup Revolution!

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