Similarity Rating: 68%
Not very similar to the name brand.
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*According to Cruelty-Free Kitty, Urban Decay is Cruelty-Free while Sephora Collection is NOT. Makeup Maven, Kayla, says: Urban Decay is $29 for .21 oz. Sephora Collection is .13 oz. Both are in the shade pink which is great for correcting dark under eyes. Urban Decay seems to have more coverage compared to Sephora Collection. Both blend out beautifully with SC drying at a faster rate compared to UD. I used both products under foundation & concealer. Both products crease but after you put concealer on & use a generous amount of setting powder it goes away. Both products covered by dark circles well but I do still use concealer just less of it to get my desired coverage. Color correctors are good in the sense that you can use them to use less concealer in the end so you do not look cakey. I do like the UD applicator more than the SC one. UD is a flat doe foot and SC is round doe foot. I don't think it's as precise during the application. Both products work well but in the end, I would choose Urban Decay over Sephora Collection due to the fact that I like the applicator more, it's more coverage so you use less & despite SC being cheaper you get less product so the price per ounce is basically the same.
CONCLUSION Not very similar to the name brand.
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