Similarity Rating: 66%
Not very similar to the name brand.
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Fenty Gloss Bomb in 'Fenty Glow' is $18 for 9ml while Revlon Super Lustrous Lipgloss in 'Rosy Future' is about $8.50 for 3.8ml. Both come in a plastic component with doe-foot applicators. Fenty’s applicator is much larger in comparison. Fenty smells like vanilla and Revlon doesn’t have much of a smell.Colorwise looking at them side by side they look extremely similar in color however once on the lips Revlon is much darker & more opaque. Fenty is also thicker in consistency, more hydrating & has more of a high shine. Both glosses lasted about the same amount of time & absorbed into the lips well without feeling dry.If you like Fenty’s Gloss Bomb in 'Fenty Glow' and want something similar in color for a cheaper price Revlon would be worth the purchase. However, you do get more product for your money buying Fenty & formula wise these are not similar at all. These glosses have too many differences to be considered a dupe.
CONCLUSION Not very similar to the name brand.
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