Hands up if your lusting over the Too Faced Sweet Peach Palette! I’m lucky enough to own it but in a recent visit up to my hometown, I forgot to pack it in my bag. I decided to pick up the Makeup Revolution/I Heart Makeup dupe; the Chocolate Vice Palette and see how it compares.
Obviously the packaging is completely different to each other; Sweet Peach is aimed for Summer makeup looks. The packaging is bright and can easily be noticed in a collection of palettes whereas the Chocolate Vice palette looks good enough to eat in the shape of a chocolate bar. The both come with decent sized mirrors however the Vice palette includes a double ended sponge applicator when the Sweet Peach palette doesn’t.
There are definitely strong similarities that I have noticed at first glance. The ones I noticed are: white peach and appeal, luscious and persuade, tempting and lust, charmed I’m sure and treat, nectar and require, candied peach and must, peach pit and crave, peaches ‘n cream and sway and summer yum and maleficence.
Left Side:Sweet Peach Palette, Right Side:Chocolate Vice Palette
Of course, the Sweet Peach palette has two extra shades but considering there’s a lot of duplicate shades in a palette that has less shades anyway – I think that’s quite good for the money that your paying. The other clear difference that I did notice was the Chocolate Vice palette seemed to have a lot more pigmented shimmers than the Sweet Peach palette.
The quality of both palettes definitely differ. Your paying £36 for one and a fraction of that price for the other however I have always been fond of the Makeup Revolution eyeshadows as a drugstore brand. I think they are amazing quality for the price you pay and lasts just as long as that of a high-end brand.
Overall, the palette isn’t a perfect dupe for the Sweet Peach but there are some amazing colours which are very similar in both palettes. The colour selection is beautiful in both with a lovely mix of shimmers and matte shades. The pigmentation is virtually the same in both as well. If you are on a budget then it’s definitely worth taking a look at the Chocolate Vice palette as an option to add to your collection especially at the £7.99 price tag.
What’s your thoughts? Do you think they are quite similar to each other?
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