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Quick Comparison Between Saucebox Batalash and Etude Palettes

Quick Comparison Between Saucebox Batalash and Etude Palettes

I wanted to share a quick comparison between the Saucebox Batalash and Etude Palettes. Batalash is LE, Etude is not. Saucebox is a cruelty free company based in California.

This post contains a mix of press samples and products purchased by me.

Quick Comparison Between Saucebox Batalash and Etude Palettes

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Quick Comparison Between Saucebox Batalash and Etude Palettes

Caramel is deeper than Winter Brown and Winter Brown is more yellow toned. Snowflake is pinker than Vanilla, which is more  yellow toned. Biscotti is lighter / less pigmented than Cinnamon, which seems darker than Biscotti to me. Toffee is a deeper, more pigmented black whereas Lace Noir is softer and smokier.

The colors are similar but not identical. Do you need both? Not unless you’re a matte neutral lover.

See my Batalash and Etude reviews.

Which do you like best?

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12 Comments

    • They’re definitely similar to me, but I know my neutral loving friends who will swear they’re different 🙂 Kind of like me with teals and purples.

  • I actually like Caramel and Toffee much better from the Etude Palette, but Cinnamon so much which I’d like to ask if it’s anything similar to MUG cocoa bear or is it more intense?

  • I believe that cinnamon is a very unique shade that Most palettes need more of, as soon as I saw the swatches, I was swooning! Now if you could also compare these shades to something else in your collection like the Kat Von D Shade Light eye palette for example it would be awesome!

  • Both look like great palettes. I like the that Batalash has the chartreuse, teal and burgundy myself. Etude looks like an excellent “neutral” brown palette. I can’t get over how huge the pans in these are.

    • Etude is definitely a super useful neutral palette. I love the fun colors in the Batalash, though I wish for a true purple!

  • There are so many neutral, warm palettes on the market at the moment – it is a dream for those who love these colours.

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