The hottest beauty dupes from THE ICONIC that will save you some serious coin

Posted: 14 May 2021 10:15 am
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We're all about bangin' beauty products... but they don't need to break the bank.

If a beauty product is the bee's knees then I'm not scared to spend a little extra cash. However, sometimes you don't need to. Just because an item is the most expensive thing on the market, doesn't mean it's the best.

So we've teamed up with THE ICONIC to bring you some of our favourite beauty dupes to shop that will save you some serious cash money. The brand launched the beauty section in 2020 and it's pretty impressive just how many skincare and makeup products are available at your fingertips. Be sure to check 'em out if you're feeling a treat yo'self moment.

1. Knesko Green Jade Roller vs Salt By Hendrix Jade Face Roller

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💰 Saving: $88.05

Face rollers are one of the biggest skincare trends at the moment. They originated from ancient Chinese medicine and claim help to increase collagen production and make your skincare products work that little bit harder.

I own the Salt By Hendrix roller and honestly, it's divine. Not only are you saving a lot with this dupe but I prefer the shape of this roller by a landslide. The smaller end is shorter making it perfect for getting into smaller areas like under the eyes.


2. Sand & Sky Porefining Face Mask vs Alya Skin Pink Australian Clay Mask

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💰 Saving: $10.90

These two brands have long been rivals since launch, because they're essentially the same product. While I've tried both and don't really have anything bad to say about either, there isn't anything about the Sand & Sky that makes it stand out or be worth the extra money than the Alya Skin Mask.

While the cost saving is only $10.90, you get DOUBLE the product in the Alya mask for a cheaper price so it's definitely more bang for you buck.


3. BeautyBlender vs Real Techniques Miracle Complexion Sponge

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💰 Saving: $11

While the Beauty Blender is the OG makeup sponge, it's also one of the most expensive. Especially when you should be replacing your sponge every 3 months max, that's an overall expensive hit for the wallet.

The Real Techniques sponge is amazing quality and I actually really like the shape of this one. The flat angle allows you to really specify your coverage when applying your makeup.


4. Foreo Luna 3 Facial Cleansing Massager vs Peppy Co Cleansing Egg

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💰 Saving: $180

The saving on this beauty dupe speaks for itself but on top of that, I'm yet to hear a bad thing on the Peppy Co Cleanser. I actually asked my colleague her thoughts on this product and here's what she had to say.

"I was a little sceptical when I first tried the Peppy Co Cleansing Egg, but happily surprised by how soft and clean my skin felt after giving it a whirl. The experience is super relaxing and the gentle vibrations also feel like a little massage on your face. Wet it down, squeeze a bit of cleanser onto the bristles, click the on button and massage it in small circles around your face and neck. Das it!"

Well now, you can't argue with that.

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