Some small differences but similar overall.
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The spray radius on the Garnier is almost the same as Glossier, which we really liked because both felt like very fine mists. Glossier smells like natural roses while Garnier's smell reminded us of a hair salon or rose shampoo. We also want to point out that Glossier is certified cruelty-free. Overall, if you are a big Glossier fan and like the natural smell then we wouldn't suggest switching. However, if you're just looking for a nice, rosy fine mist facial spray then definitely go ahead and switch!
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