Sephora Collection Sheer Liquid Shadow in Quartz vs. Glossier Lidstar in Slip

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Some small differences but similar overall.

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Kayla says: Sephora is 5.5ml for $10 & Glossier is $18 for 4.5ml. Sephora has more shades than Glossier. Both have a doe foot applicator. Sephora's applicator was a bit loose, not sure if that is how it's supposed to be or if I got a defective one. Sephora is a short tube while Glossier is quite long it almost looks like a test tube which I think is very cool packaging. Sephora in Quartz is a bit more rose gold (described on the site as pink) while Glossier in Slip is exactly as described on the site; pink. While different colors swatched on the hand once sheered out on your lid they look very identical. You can use these shadows many different ways to get the color payoff you want. Both have the same consistency & feel. Both dried down well with no creasing and lasted all day. Sephora did dry a lot faster than Glossier. Neither were sticky. While they were not the exact same color, the formulas seemed to be extremely similar so if you're looking for something with more of a shade range, easily accessible compared to Glossier, & cheaper definitely take a peek at what Sephora Collection has to offer to save you some coin!

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