The non-cruelty-free product is listed first, then the cruelty-free dupe.
|MAC Eyeshadow in Brule||Wet ‘n Wild Color Icon Eyeshadow Single in Brulee|
|Clinique Colour Surge Matte in French Vanilla||Wet ‘n Wild Color Icon Eyeshadow Single in Brulee|
|MAC Eyeshadow in Satin Taupe||e.l.f. essentials custom eyes in Moondust||For comparison swatches, check out Vintage Makeup's Duped! Satin Taupe|
|MAC Eyeshadow in Satin Taupe||Wet ‘n Wild Color Icon Single in Nutty||For comparison swatches, check out Vintage Makeup's Duped! Satin Taupe|
|MAC Naked Lunch Eyeshadow||NYX Sahara|
|MAC Eyeshadow in Burnt Orange||La Femme Eyeshadow in Gold Leaf||Similar colors, but the finishes differ. Burnt Orange is matte while Gold Leaf has a small amount of shimmer over a matte base|
|MAC Fluidline||Inglot Matte Collection AMC Eyeliner Gel #77||For comparison swatches, check out The Fabzilla's Battle of the Gel Eyeliner|
|Clinique Brush-on Cream Liner||Inglot Matte Collection AMC Eyeliner Gel #77|
|L’Oreal Lineur Intense Felt Tip Liquid in Carbon Black||Prestige Liquid Eyeliner in Black|
|Lancome Artliner Precision Point Eyeliner in Black||Prestige Liquid Eyeliner in Black|
|Johnson & Johnson’s Baby Shampoo||Kirk’s Natural Original Coco Castile Liquid Soap||The consistency and color/fragrance differ (Kirk's is colorant & fragrance-free) but serve the same purpose as mild, bare bones cleansers|
|Neutrogena Healthy Skin Anti-Wrinkle Cream||Paula’s Choice RESIST Barrier Repair Moisturizer with Retinol|
|Essie Nail Polish in Power Clutch||Zoya Nail Lacquer in Noot|
|MAC Fix +||e.l.f. Studio Makeup Mist & Set||For full review, see Phyrra's The Best Ways to Use e.l.f. Studio Makeup Mist & Set|
|YSL Nail Polish in Gris Underground||Zoya Nail Lacquer in Dove|
|Aveda Green Science™ Lifting Serum||Trader Joe's Nourish Serum||Thanks to reader Nancy!|
|Aveda Green Science™ Firming Eye Creme||NOW Foods 2 in 1 Correcting Eye Cream||Thanks to reader Nancy!|
For more MAC eyeshadow dupes, check out these posts on My Beauty Bunny by cruelty-free blogger Phyrra:
ABOUT THE DUPE LIST
If you’re not familiar with the concept – a dupe is an affordable alternative that’s comparable to a different, usually more high-end/expensive product. The idea is to find the similar quality and function for less money. When I first made the switch to buying only cruelty-free products, I often wanted similar products to what I had been using, just a not-tested-on-animals version. So instead of dupes based on price, this list dupes products tested on animals for ones not tested on animals (although often the cruelty-free product does cost less). For items like cleansers, where the main selling point is function rather rather than appearance/color, I compared them based on whether the items work the same or similarly (I did try to note any appearance/texture difference). As I post about cruelty-free products on the site, if they happen to be a good dupe for a tested-on-animals product, I’ll add them to the list. I want to try to keep this list constantly expanding, because I really believe you don’t have to compromise quality to buy cruelty-free!
Know any good cruelty-free dupes? Email me and I’ll add it!