Revolution get so much heat for their dupes, but W7 were the original dupe brand and their newest palette; the W7 Good Girl Gone Bad Eyeshadow Palette is a very obvious Viseart dupe.
Revolution launched in 2015 (yes really!) however W7 started in 2002, so they've been doing the whole beauty dupe thing for 13 more years. They have definitely ramped up the amount of new launches they've been creating the last two years, and they've been concentrating on creating dupes for higher end products.
The W7 Good Girl Gone Bad Eyeshadow Palette was originally launched for Halloween, but it's now available at all W7 distributors for just £5.95.
W7 Good Girl Gone Bad Eyeshadow Palette
As soon as I saw the W7 Good Girl Gone Bad Eyeshadow Palette, I knew exactly which palette it was created to ‘dupe' and that's the Viseart Dark Mattes 04 Palette which is a very pricey £65, and like the name suggests, it's a completely matte palette.
This W7 Good Girl Gone Bad Eyeshadow Palette has launched alongside one other palette – the ‘Good Girl' palette, which is packed with neon bright shades, whereas this dark and grungy version is the ‘Bad Girl' palette.
The W7 Good Girl Gone Bad – ‘Good Girl' Palette is another Viseart dupe, and is pretty much visually identical to the Viseart Editorial Brights Matte 08 palette.
I really like the idea of having a good and bad palette, and if the quality is on par with usual W7 eyeshadow quality, these palettes will be well worth a try.
I wouldn't wear the bright palette as I'm more of a neutral fan, but I would really like to try the W7 Good Girl Gone Bad Eyeshadow Palette as an accompanying palette with my many shimmery palettes.