I had a bit of rummage through my collection (as you do on a Saturday afternoon) and I found 3 possible alternatives to the very famous eyeshadow called Club by Mac.
It's a duo chrome - mainly a very shimmery green with blues, purples and a few more undertones but when you blend it you get a very reddish brown. Most of the people pack the e/s on the lid and blend it towards the crease and you get a gorgeous look in no time!
I don't actually have Club by Mac but I do own 3 really good dupes!
1-Label Whore by Too Faced
It does the same! You get that very interesting green and you can blend it and you get the reddish brown.
This one in particular has some glitter on the pan but when you apply it the glitter disappears. Not sure where it goes but you cannot see it at all! It's available at Boots and retails at £11. Link
2-Famous by Sue Moxley (Cafe culture palette)
I discovered this one by coincidence. I wanted nice browns for everyday wear and the last e/s was exactly like Club. I have to say from these 3 dupes this one is the one that I like the most! By far! It's super super pigmented and it's very affordable. The red undertones on this e/s are stronger than on the other two. On the photo below you cannot see the red tones that much but trust me they are there and they are strong. Also the green colour on the photo does not show too much. Again, trust me..it's the prettiest of the 3!The Famous by Sue Moxley range is available at Superdrug. I cannot see that they have the range online. I also heard that they will discontinue it from the stores. This quad was probably around £8 but they do sell the shadows in individual pots and the last time I saw them they were super cheap at about £3-£4! I will definitely re-stock soon!
3-Wet n' Wild (coloricon palette)
My beloved husband brought me this palette when we came from Vegas. Yes, I asked him to bring me some drugstore make-up! He did well :)
Wet n' wild is not available here in the UK (unfortunately) but I've been told that you can easily get their products from ebay.
The very last shadow on this palette is a soft version of club. It's super creamy and soft and the red undertones are less noticeable. The main green colour on this e/s is amazing! I'm not sure at how much this one retails but they were less than $8 for sure!