Sephora Collection LashCraft Lash Primer vs. Marc Jacobs Velvet Primer - Epic Lash Primer

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*Marc Jacobs is certified cruelty-free according to PETA but Sephora is NOT. Makeup Maven, Katie, says:Both of these were tested with the Roller Lash mascara. The Marc Jacobs primer is different in a way from most lash primers. The color is a nude peach color while most are white. Up until this point, no other lash primer has beaten the Sephora Collection primer until I tried the Marc Jacobs. It gives you so much volume and length that others just don't. If you are wanting a lash primer that does the job and does it well you will get the bang for your buck with the Sephora Collection. If you want a little extra though, go with Marc Jacobs.

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I like the Sephora a lot! I haven’t tried the Marc Jacobs yet, but Sephora lasts all day for me.

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