ONE savvy shopper has shared her tips for bagging eight dupes of luxury beauty items while saving almost £200 in the run up to Christmas.
The beauty pro stepped into Superdrug to expertly sweep her way around the shelves, letting her viewers in on the huge savings available.
The video, posted to TikTok page latestdeals, started with a foundation.
Comparing the Fenty pro filter foundation – a designer £30 product from Rihanna's make-up line, to the Collection filter finish for £6.99
She then moved onto a dupe for the infamous Benefit mascara, which goes for £25.50 a pop.
Her suggestion was the Elf lash & roll at just £6.
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Afterwards an eye shadow palette by MUA, £3.75, was said to rival a £24 Natasha Denona selection.
And a liquid eyeliner by Revolution – £6 – was dubbed a dupe for the Guerlain equivalent, retailing for £36.
She then turned her attention to the Collection blush and highlight sticks, each available for £4.99.
These serve as alternatives for another Fenty classic, the similar stick products which go for £25 each.
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For those looking to fill their stockings and their pores, she suggested an NYX pore filling primer for just £12 – as opposed to the £31 Benefit version.
And finally a Maybelline glow perfecter foundation, £12.99, was deemed a substitute for the beloved Charlotte Tillbury flawless filter foundation which retails for £39.
All those designer products totalled up come to £235.50.
Their high street dupes equal just £57.71, leaving you with a huge saving of £177.79.
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