IT’S the shop that’s fast becoming famous for doing some of the best dupes on the market.
And it looks like Aldi is about to experience even more success with their upcoming new selection of copies – which hit shelves on the 30th November.
Get the 30th November marked off in your diary – it’s when Aldi’s latest dupes, including their version of the pricey Revitalash serum, hit shelvesCredit: TikTok/@dontmesswiththedupes
They are also releasing a £3.99 dupe of Dior’s £32 lip oilCredit: TikTok/@dontmesswiththedupes
As well as a Rose version of the Elemis cleansing balm for £6.99 instead of £46Credit: TikTok/@dontmesswiththedupes
A self-described “dupe finder” took to TikTok to share a slideshow of pictures detailing the new products and what they are a dupe of, kicking off with the Luminous Lip Oil.
Just £3.99, and coming in clear of pink, it’s a dupe of Dior’s Lip Glow oil, which comes in at £32 a pop.
One of the most exciting additions is the Fabulash Lash Serum, which is just £4.99 – compared to Revitalash Advanced which is a staggering £99 for just one tube.
If you’re a fan of Colour Wow’s Dream Coat – £27 a bottle – then get your trolleys ready as the Aldi dupe, £4.99, will be restocked at the end of November too.
The supermarket’s dupe of Lancome’s classic Touche Eclat concealer comes in at £3.99, compared to the original’s £29.
And while their version of the Elemis Pro-collagen cleansing balm has been a sellout, there’s a new Rose version that’s also just £6.99 – compared to £46 for the original.
The dupe of Kylie Jenner’s much-loved Lip Kits (£22.40) will also be back in stock, at £4.49 each.
“New beauty dupes releasing soon,” the beauty fan wrote in the caption of the video on their Don’t Mess with the Dupes TikTok page.
People were quick to comment on the video, with many tagging their friends and planning a trip to Aldi on the 30th.
“Added to diary!” one said.
“I need the wonder spray and lip oil,” another commented.
As a third hilariously wrote: “Live laugh love lacura”.
“I got the lip oil in the summer,” someone else wrote.
“We need to start going to Aldi more,” another said, tagging their mate.
As someone else agreed, writing: “Maybe we need to take a trip to aldi instead of lidl.”
“Aldi is giving!” another added.
“I never knew the revitalash is so expensive, my mum gave it to me,” someone else wrote.
But others admitted they can never find the dupes in their local Aldis.
“Never ever any in the 4 aldi in my area, ever,” one raged.
“My Aldi is crap. Won’t have this stuff,” another said.
“Has anyone ever seen the wonder spray in their Aldi?” a third asked.
“Just because they’ve stolen the packing doesn’t mean they’re dupes,” someone else sighed.
As another insisted you can get most things for “99p on Temu”.
The supermarket is fast becoming known for its amazing dupesCredit: Getty