Not very similar to the name brand.
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*Both Tatcha and Makeup Obsession are cruelty-free* Makeup Maven, Kayla, says: Tatcha is 20g for $52 & Makeup Obsession is 28g for $8. These products have nothing in common packaging wise - Tatcha is in a jar with a little spatula to help apply it to your face. Makeup Obsession comes in a squeeze tube. Both are whipped in texture and feel very velvety in your hands. Both products do a fantastic job smoothing out your pores & filling them in for foundation application. I have large pores around my nose and both products helped reduce the look of them. I like Makeup Obsession's packaging more only because it’s easier to dispense. Makeup Obsession doesn’t have much of a smell, unlike Tatcha. Tatcha smells so nice but it is quite fragrant. After 12 hour work day both primers held up really well. If you’re a fan of Tatcha - definitely give this pore blurring primer a try. Definitely will save you some coin!
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