Now to the dupeness itself - apart from the name rhyming, the most striking similarity is the colour. In the packaging and pumped out they are not exactly terribly similar looking, but once you blend them - oh my God! I can't really tell much difference to be honest. The Danial Sandler one is maybe a teeny weeny itsy bitsy bit darker and toned down, but the difference is so easy to overlook. As to the consistency, they are obviously quite different - the Daniel Sandler blush is liquid (really really watery - you can read full review here) & the Makeup Revolution one is very Elf-HD-blush-esque (which by the way is £4.50!), therefore the consistency is a bit thicker. Both of them are easy to use with a stippling blush and the pigmentation is rather strong. As to the performance - surprisingly, I'd say that the Makeup Revolution one stays on for longer as it seems to work a bit like a cheek stain - shocking, right?!
Overall, sorry Daniel, but I'll have to go with Makeup Revolution this time. You can get the Daniel Sandler blush here for £14.50 and the Makeup Revolution one here for £3.
Have you discovered any exciting dupes lately?
Disclaimer: I received the Makeup Revolution blusher as a PR sample. Thank you guys at Makeup Revolution!