MAKE-UP lovers are scrambling to snap up some of the latest beauty dupes to hit the Aldi aisles, including a copy of the YSL concealer that’s more than £20 cheaper.
Over the last few months, retailer Aldi has really stepped up their make-up game, and it looks like the latest collection hasn’t failed to impress loyal fans either.
Aldi have also come out with their dupe of the viral YSL highlighterCredit: TikTok/dontmesswiththedupes
The new collection has budget-friendly buys for everyone, including cheap skincare and make-up findsCredit: TikTok/dontmesswiththedupes
The range, which hit the stores nationwide yesterday, sees some of customer favourites, such as their dupe of Laura Mercier Honey Bath, as well some brand new products.
Here, to guide you through the goodies, one beauty enthusiast, @dontmesswiththedupes, took to TikTok to share the bits you can now purchase.
Amongst some of the bargain buys customers can get their hands on is an affordable look-alike of the viral YSL highlighter stick that retails for an eye-watering £29.
Unlike the posh version, Aldi’s dupe is priced at just £3.99, making it over £25 cheaper.
The high street supermarket has also come out with Lacura Collagen Lip Oil (£2.99) – this is thought to be a dupe for Magic Lip Oil by Charlotte Tilbury (£28).
According to the brand’s website, the lip product is a must if you want to have a glossy and plump pout that’s hydrated.
The formula has been enriched with collagen, Shea butter, as well as vitamin E for lips no one will be able to resist.
Both beauty buys – the chic version, as well as its cheaper sister – are 8ml in size, making it the perfect choice to chuck in your everyday bag.
Aldi have also launched a series of new haircare products, such as their copy of the viral WOW Dream Coat anti-frizz spray.
The high-end buy, also available on Amazon, will set you back by an eye-watering £27, whilst the budget-friendly version, Wonder Spray, costs just £4.99.
The description online reads: ”This heat activated product is long-lasting to ensure your hair stays exactly as you want it.
”Don’t let the warmer weather mess with your style, as you’ll be ready to combat any frizz that dares come your way.”
In terms of skincare, the Lacura brand has also launched a new Vitamin C and Turmeric Oil for your face – priced at £5.99, this is believed to be an affordable copy of C.E.O. Glow by Sunday Riley (£34).
The advanced product joins the return of Lacura’s five-star rated Premium Skincare range, including the innovative Microdermabrasion Scrub, exfoliating Glycolic Exfoliating Treatment, hydrating Intensive Eye Cream and Multi-Peptide Moisturiser, the perfect choice for those into anti-ageing.
Carefully formulated with ginger an sweet orange essential oils, as well as a blend of raspberry, evening primrose and jojoba oil, this antioxidant treatment promises to brighten a dull complexion and also help with reducing redness.
Other bargain buys to hit the shelves, the video revealed, included a £3.99 dupe for the pricey Awaken Peptide Depuffing eye gel by Dermalogica, as well as Aldi’s version of the Wishful Yo Glow AHA & BHA Facial Enzyme Scrub.
Unlike the high-end version, the cheaper alternative is scanning for £3.99 at the till, saving you over £30.
Make-up lovers will also be delighted to hear that the store has come out with new liquid blushers, thought to be a close match to the viral Charlotte Tilbury Pillow Talk Blush Wand (£30).
Available in a range of shades, such as Pink Lace and Orchid Pink, these cheap buys are priced at £3.99.
Last but certainly not least was a dupe for the Coco Cosmetics make-up sponge that will set you back by almost a tenner.
Compared to the luxe version, Lacura’s own copy, called Marshmallow, sells for a mere £1.99.
Fellow beauty lovers raced to comments to share their thoughts, where many said they were planning a trip to the nearest store.
One, for example, tagged their pal, writing: ”we getting down to aldi Thursday.”
Someone else penned: ”my Aldi never has any beauty products.”
Another chimed in: ”Very intrigued by the WonderSpray as I do love the CWOW Dreamcoat.”
”My Aldi could never,” a shopper wrote.
The retailer has long been a favourite amongst money-saving shoppersCredit: Reuters