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I tested Chanel Blush in Rose Initial against The Balm Blush in Houndstooth. The Chanel blush came in a beautiful sleek black case, while The Balm came in a magnetic book-like case. Both contain mirrors. Chanel Rose Initial is a beautiful medium pink shade, The Balm Houndstooth is a deeper shade of pink. Both shades applied evenly and blended beautifully. Chanel smelled of roses while The Balm had no smell. Both blushes were worn for 8 hours and I felt both had amazing staying power. I got a gorgeous flush from both blushes, The Balm is a tad deeper in shade in comparison. I would say that this is dupe-worthy. Save your money and go with The Balm.

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