Sephora Collection Outrageous Effect Volume Lip Gloss vs. Fenty Beauty Gloss Bomb Universal Lip Luminizer - Fenty Glow

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*Neither brand is cruelty-free. Brandefy Certified Tester Says: Sephora is $12 for 5ml & Fenty is $18 for 9ml. Fenty is a mild shimmer to it, Sephora does not. Fenty smells like vanilla & Sephora smells like peppermint. Both are very hydrating formulas; Fenty is Shea butter based while Sephora Sunflower Seed & Ginger Root oil. The color of both is a bit similar. Fenty is a bit thicker in consistency. Neither are sticky & dry down the same. Sephora has a mild lip plumping affect due to having peppermint oil in the ingredients. It doesn't sting your lips and feels good on your lips. While Fenty relies solely on high shine for a fuller lip look. The wand on Fenty is large and easy to work with while Sephora is smaller, some may not like it but I had no issue applying it. The Fenty goes on almost like a liquid lipstick but the color fades after it's on your lips for a bit. Before the color fades it does settle into your lines on your lips. It does dry clear. I think both formulas are good but if you're trying to find something to dupe Fenty I would just go and spend the money on Fenty. Sephora is cheaper but less ML so you may as well spend the extra few bucks for more product. I like having both in my collection.

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Gennette Guzman


The Fenty lipgloss has a rich formula compared to the Sephora one you can definitely notice the difference



Fenty is my go-to lipgloss lately. It gives just the right amount of shimmer without being too much. It’s not sticky and feels super soft on my lips!

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