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Urban Decay ‘Naked Cherry’ eyeshadow palette is $49 while CColor Cosmetics ‘Cherry’ eyeshadow palette is $8. Urban Decay’s packaging is much heavier & more luxe. CColor’s packaging is metal with a plastic spine and the more I open it the more I think it may end up snapping at some point. Not sure how it will hold up with everyday use. Inside the palettes, they both have mirrors as well as a double-ended brush.Urban Decay doesn’t have a smell that I noticed but CColor has an intense smell of cherries. It actually lingers a bit after you apply the eyeshadow. This wasn’t super bothersome but if you are not into fragrance you wouldn’t like this. Both brands come with 12 shades & side by the side the palettes look identical. The mattes in the CColor palette are very soft which made for some more fall out but tapping off your brush before applying helps that. The shimmer shades in CColor were much more pigmented than Urban Decay. I was pleasantly surprised. Both brands were easy to apply, blend & they both lasted all day.I think this is a fantastic dupe for Urban Decay’s ‘Cherry’ palette. But, again if you’re sensitive to any type of smell skip the CColor palette.
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