Mini Cruelty Free Beauty Haul: W7 Cosmetics Dupes For Higher-End Brands

A beauty haul with W7 buying lots of higher-end dupes! Some of these products may look a little familiar to you – this could be because they look exactly like higher-end brands products. For example W7’s Honolulu Bronzer is pretty much a dupe for Benefits Hoola Bronzer or W7’s Making Waves Eyeshadow Palette is the perfect dupe for Hourglass’s Modernist Eyeshadow Palette. Since turning cruelty free I have been on the hunt for cruelty free dupes for all my non cruelty free products. One of my absolute favourites is now W7 which is cruelty free, dupes for higher end products and also ridiculously cheap! I purchased quite a few items from W7 which are all amazing dupes for higher end products.
 
Makings Waves Eyeshadow Palette £3.69 vs Hourglass Modernist Eyeshadow Palette £59
I have been lusting over the Hourglass Modernist Eyeshadow Palette for quite some time now but I just can’t seem to justify paying £56 for an eyeshadow palette so I’ve been on the hunt for some really good cruelty free dupes and I came across the Making Waves Eyeshadow Palette by W7 and it’s literally the same thing only in different packaging and pounds cheaper! The colours are so pretty and really pigmented, I’m really excited to use these palettes in a makeup look. I purchased two of their palettes in Fools Gold and Entourage which both contain really pretty pinks, golds and nudes which are my top shades to wear as eyeshadow. The packaging is very simple but the eyeshadows make up for it being super pretty and pigmented. 


Honolulu Bronzing Powder £3.92 vs Benefit Hoola Bronzing Powder £23.50
One of my favourite bronzers is from Benefit, it’s the perfect shade for my skin tone and being a matte bronzer makes it perfect for my oily skin. This bronzer from W7 is literally the perfect dupe for Hoola bronzer. It’s matte, the perfect colour for my skin tone and also very lightweight so it doesn’t weigh down the skin which is perfect for me. It’s really easy to blend and easily buildable. 
 
 
Absolute Lashes Mascara £2.80 vs Benefit They’re Real Mascara £19.50

One of my favourite new mascaras is the Benefit They’re Real mascara which makes my lashes very thick and fuller and helps keep their curl throughout the day which I love but as Benefit isn’t cruelty free I was on the hunt for a new cruelty free mascara as I came across the W7 Absolute Lashes Mascara which is literally the same thing. Same packaging, same brush and same formula which I love as it’s the perfect dupe for They’re Real!

 

Porefection Primer £3.49 vs Benefit POREfessional Primer £24.50

My all time favourite primer the POREfessional from Benefit is unfortunately not cruelty free which is sooooo annoying as it’s the only primer I can trust with my majorly oily skin and large pores. Until I came across this primer which I have high hopes for as it’s literally the same formula to Benefit’s only it’s half the price. It’s the same colour, consistency and texture as the POREfessional which I love. I will update you on how I feel about this once I’ve tried it out.

 

Prime Magic Primer in Anti Redness £3.59 vs Clinique Redness Solutions Primer £21.00

One of my all time favourite redness primers is from Clinique which is unfortunately not cruelty free which is really disappointing as I thought they would be the better person and make their products cruelty free especially being so big in the skincare world. I found this primer from W7 and I thought it would be a great alternative to the Clinique primer, it’s green in colour, very lightweight and blends smoothly onto the skin which I love. The packaging is very simple but also very sleek so it will be perfect for travelling. I am excited to try this primer and once I’ve tried it out I will update this post.

 

Prime Magic Primer in Normal £3.59 vs L’Oreal Infallible Primer & Maybelline Baby Skin Primer £7.99
Two of my favourite drugstore primers aren’t from cruelty free brands which is a bummer as they are the best drugstore versions of my Benefit POREfessional until I found this primer. Which is exactly the same formula, feels the same on the skin and helps keep my shine at bay. I will definitely keep you updated with how I feel about this primer. 
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W7 Making Waves Eyeshadow Palette in Fools Gold £3.74
W7 Making Waves Eyeshadow Palette in Entourage £3.74
W7 Absolute Lashes Mascara in Black £2.80
W7 Honolulu Bronzing Powder £3.94
W7 Prime Magic Primer in Anti Redness £3.59
W7 Prime Magic Primer in Normal £3.59
W7 Porefection Primer £3.60

Have you tried any of W7’s products before? What do you think of them? 
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