Becca is such an amazing brand producing some of the best face products in the game. One collab that put this brand on the map is the Jaclyn Hill collection. Champagne Pop to my knowledge is one of the highest sold products at Sephora EVER. That’s so incredible! I think I own literally every single iteration of Champagne Pop other than the split pans. You could say I’m a fan. When Becca announced the Chrissy Teigen collection I was so intrigued. The promo pics I saw looked so pretty, and being the complete makeup psycho I am, I snatched it up! But a question remains. How do the Jaclyn Hill and Chrissy Teigen palettes stack up against each other?
I’ll start out by looking at the actual powders in each palette:
The Jaclyn Hill palette contains 5 pans in total, 3 medium sized and 2 large sized. The Chrissy Teigen palette contains 4 pans in total, 2 medium sized and 2 large sized. The large and medium sized pans are the exact same size between both palettes.
The large pans for each palette are highlighters and the Jaclyn Hill palette contains an extra blush. Even though the Chrissy Teigen palette contains a bronzer, I feel that Amaretto in the Jaclyn Hill palette is somewhat similar.
Both palettes are packaged extremely similarly. They have a hard gel plastic cover in the front with a large mirror inside. Both palettes are detailed with metallic cases (Jaclyn Hill gold and Chrissy Teigen rose gold/ pink). The Jaclyn Hill palette is a touch bigger since it has the extra medium sized pan.
Looking at the pans you can tell that the palettes are very similar. The Jaclyn Hill palette leans a bit lighter with the two highlighters included (Champagne Pop and Prosecco Pop) while Chrissy Teigen is much warmer with pink tones (Rose Gold and Beach Nectar).
Two blushes in both palettes, Pamplemousse in Jaclyn Hill and Hibiscus Bloom in Chrissy Teigen look very very similar. Hibiscus Bloom has a bit more sparkle to it, but it’s a dupe in my opinion.
In the pan, Amaretto in Jaclyn Hill and Malibu Soleil in Chrissy Teigen looked somewhat similar but swatched, Amaretto looks a bit more orange.
In terms of product quality, both are superb Becca quality. Definitely amazing powders that are consistent with Becca.
Both palettes are listed as limited edition, with the Jaclyn Hill palette no longer available at Sephora. At the time, the Jaclyn Hill palette sold for $52 USD. The Chrissy Teigen palette is selling for $46 USD at Sephora. The difference between the two is $6 which doesn’t really seem of equal value to a full pan.
Both palettes are beautiful and Becca did a great job with both. It’s tough since you can no longer get the Jaclyn Hill palette anymore. If you managed to get the Jaclyn Hill palette, I’m not sure if the Chrissy Teigen one is super necessary. I really like the warmer highlights, but the blush and bronzer are so similar to the Jaclyn Hill pans. In addition, the price isn’t much cheaper with the one less pan.
If you didn’t manage to get the Jaclyn Hill palette, the Chrissy Teigen palette is interesting to add to your collection. A single Shimmering Skin Perfector pressed highlighter is around $38 USD so for $46, I think the value is there. I really like the warm tones in this palette too. If you’re at all interested, you should snap it up ASAP! It’s limited edition, so you don’t want to leave it too long.
And there we have a full comparison of the two palettes!! Thanks so much for reading and hope this was helpful to you! Hope you are having a great day!