w7 Honey Queen Blusher and Brush Roll

*This post contains PR samples, all opinions are my own as always :)

w7 are a beauty company, I'm sure you've heard of them before. They are known primarily for their makeup products but also have lovely ranges of skincare and nail polish.
I was super excited when I found out they were going to send me a blusher to sample and a professional 12 piece brush roll.

The blusher I received was 'The Honey Queen' it is a multi-toned blusher/ bronzer and I have found that is great for both contouring and just adding a little colour to your cheeks.
Personally, I like to take my blusher brush (to be mentioned later) and give it a good swirl to pick up all the colours and dust on the apples of  my cheeks. 

As the name would suggest, the colour is on the amber side of the 'blusher spectrum' which I like because as I've already mentioned in other posts, I feel the peachy tones are more suited to my pale complexion than the pink.

The colour is very subtle and just enough. It is easy to use because unlike some other blushers I've tried, there isn't far too much pigmentation which usually leads to me either looking un-natural or wasting the product. The application of this blush is quick and easy as there is little worry of going overboard.
I was surprised to find that the little rectangular brush that comes with the blusher is super soft and allows the blusher to be applied like a dream. I have since used the brush in conjunction with my usual bronzer for contouring as it is amazing at defining the cheekbones and jawline due to its shape and flexible-ness ( I know, that's not even a word but ya know what I mean :P )

This is the professional 12 piece makeup brush roll
 The brush I mentioned earlier is part of this 12 piece professional brush set which includes literally every kind of makeup brush you could need.
The brushes feel full and soft, are fab quality and all sit neatly in their own little compartment which I love- it's so great to have them all in one place and not have to search for brushes my makeup drawer every morning like a maniac.

I think it's safe to say I'm a big fan of w7, their products and accessories are great quality yet super affordable. If you're interested in trying them out yourself, you can purchase w7 products from their website and they are also stocked in some ASDA stores.

Thank you very much to w7 for sending me such a lovely set to review.

Let me know in the comments if you've tried anything from the w7 range before : )


  1. Have you tried their Absolute Lashes mascara? It is supposed to be a dupe of the They're Real, and although I still prefer the They're Real it is really good. I find that their products are often dupes for more high end products, and this blush looks a lot like the Sugarbomb by Benefit as well ;)

    Julia x
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    1. Hi Julia, I've got the benefit they're real mascara and I love it so will have to give the w7 one a whirl. And you're right, the blush does look a lot like Sugarbomb, but it's a fraction of the price :D x

  2. Great post. I love the look of that blusher. I'm on the lookout for new brushes too and I haven't thought of w7. I may have to try some of these.

    Ami xxx

  3. I'm going to have to look in ASDA for these. The blusher reminds me one of the benefit ones. So pretty


  4. Those brushes look stunning
    Candice | Beauty Candy Loves

  5. Good post :) Congrats on 1000 followers :) you definitely deserve it I like w7 too, some of the stuff they do is to rival high end products. Well done Georgia xxx

    Love & Hugs
    Frances xoxo



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