(Photo from Sephora.com)
Above is the Huda Beauty Rose Gold Palette which costs $65
I don’t know about you, but I definitely don’t have $65 to drop every time a new palette comes out, so a good alternative is always nice to find. Especially one that saves me a lot of money and still preforms just as good.
(Photo from BadHabitBeauty.com)
Above is a more inexpensive alternative, the Aphrodite Palette from Bad Habit Beauty which costs $10 (Saving you $55 before taxes and shipping).
In addition to costing less, the Aphrodite palette looks extremely identical to the $65 palette (The eyeshadows are all relatively the same which different placement) and it also contains a mirror which the Huda Beauty palette does not include.
(Photo from @angelamarytanner via instagram.com)
(Photo from @trendmood1 via instagram.com)
(Photo of Aphrodite palette from BadHabitBeauty.com)
Appearance wise, these palettes look very similar. Obviously the way they’re made (and or ingredients), the brand name, and cost may all be different, but it’s always nice to have different cruelty free options available for your budget.
Huda Beauty Rose Gold Edition Palette
Available at: Sephora.com or HudaBeauty.com
Bad Habit Beauty Aphrodite Palette
Cruelty Free?: Yes, PETA certified (See Cruelty Free List For More)
Available At: ShopHush.com
Cruelty Free?: Yes (See Cruelty Free List For More)