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Makeup Maven, Kayla, says: Glossier Lidstar is $16 for 4.5 ml while Shop Miss A is $1 for 2.37 ml. Shop Miss A has 12 different colors to choose from while Glossier only has 6. I really like both products. Both are in a tube with a doe foot applicator. I usually use the applicator to put the eyeshadow on my lid and blend out with my finger or a brush. Glossier is wetter and thinner in consistency compared to Shop Miss A. I think Shop Miss is a little bit more pigmented compared to Glossier. Both products blended out on my eye well and dried down relatively quickly. They sheer out or you can build the intensity. They leave behind the prettiest glow on your eyes. Neither brand creased on my hooded eyes and both lasted about a 12 hour day. I was really impressed with how nice the Shop Miss A liquid eyeshadows really were. You seriously cannot go wrong with only $1. I think Shop Miss A's liquid eyeshadows are a fantastic dupe for Glossier's Lid Stars. Plus, it saves you $15 per tube.
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