W7 Beauty Dupes with Princes Quay | On The Rocks

As if I wasn’t looking forward to moving back to Hull enough, Princes Quay only went and opened a Beauty Outlet. I’ve never really shopped in outlets before but my goodness, this new shopping level has opened my bargain hunting, little green peepers to a whole new world!

I’ve seen the W7 brand everywhere for years and years but for some reason, never looked into them or tried any of their products. SUCH REGRET. WHY DID I WAIT SO LONG?!

Let me tell you about W7!

  • It was founded in 2002 in London by two GUYS, yes get on that makeup hype lads.
  • Their tagline is ‘Who Will You Be Today?’ which I sooo identify with because I swear the way I do my makeup each day changes my attitude!
  • NOT ONE of their 500+ products are tested on animals!!!
  • AND they have a fully vegan collection, which I believe my beautiful gal Jordan will be testing so keep an eye out on her blog!

I chose to use the warm tones to create this ‘bruised sunset’ look but I am so excited to create a cool toned green one too. The main selling point of an eyeshadow pallette for me is the shade variation, I don’t tend to buy pallettes that have a theme or a tonne of same-y shades.

Okay so, you may have noticed that this pallette bares resemblance to a pretty in/famous beauty product that gained a lot of attention in 2017… This W7 pallette seems to be the perfect Anastasia Beverley Hills, Subculture dupe.

Let’s talk about the price. You are NOT ready. The ABH Subculture pallette costs £43. the W7 On The Rocks, Neutrals On Ice costs £9.95. I picked it up from the Beauty Outlet for £5.99. AND knock off 60p with my PR 10% discount! So damn inexpensive that my 10% off only discounted me SIXTY PENCE.

Shades used: Body Shot, Maraschino Cherry & Espresso Martini.

Rest of my face: Urban Decay Naked Skin Foundation in 1.0. Primark Instagirl iridescent highlight. MUA, Bronzed Perfection Matte in Sunset Tan. Freedom Duo Powder in Caramel Brown. NYX matte liquid liner. Too Faced Better Than Sex Mascara. Lime Crime Velvetine in Teddy Bear.

Since I used this pallette to create a warm look, I’ve got a serious challenge on my hands to do something different with the ‘Blazin” pallette!




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