Beauty fans are racing to bag £250 make-up hauls for £17 after online giant slashes prices | The Sun

MAKE-UP fans are scrambling to stock up on beauty bits after Boohoo announced a massive sale.

Like most of us, shopper Shelly Hawkings, from the UK, loves a good bargain – so when she saw retailer Boohoo was offering huge discounts. she did not waste her time.

Shelly informed fellow beauty fans on the popular Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK Group on Facebook, which boasts over 2.2million members.

''Get yourself on boohoo even to put away for bdays or xmas,'' the happy shopper urged in the post.

According to Shelly, the deal applies only to make-up by Nasty Gal and she managed to make huge savings.

In total, the Boohoo fan had bagged a whopping £264 worth of goodies, paying almost £4 for delivery.

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But with the discount, which she added was only available on the website and not the app, she ended up paying just a mere £17.99.

This brought the savings to £250, the shopper proved with a screenshot of the transaction.

The post soon racked up hundreds of likes and more than 400 comments.

A mum exclaimed: ''Thank you. I've ordered some for my daughter. What a bargain!!''

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Someone else added: ''Thanks I just did this saved a couple hundred.''

Another beauty fan had done some shopping too and revealed their bargains: ''just had 7 lipsticks for £11 inc [including] p&p [posting], bargain price even if they’re not great! thank you.''

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If you missed this sale or didn't find anything worth nabbing, fear not, as beauty fans are raving about Aldi's new beauty range with heaps of dupes.

Beauty fan and savvy shopper Jessie Samantha was left stunned when visiting her local Aldi store, only to find loads of fabulous high-end dupe products.

Not only did she find an Urban Decay must-have, but she also spotted Charlotte Tilbury dupes and even a foundation that is strikingly similar to the popular but pricey Armani one. 

The Aldi buys were not only almost identical to the designer versions, but they were much cheaper too.

Jessie took to TikTok to show off the dupe items and posted her clip with the caption ‘Dupes I found in Aldi 😱 girls you need these 😍 RUN!!!!’.

She said: “Run to Aldi for the best dupes.”

The first dupe that Jessie spotted was the Lacura Vitabase Moisturising Primer, which she confirmed is a dupe for the Bobbi Brown Vitamin Enriched Face Base.

Aldi’s dupe version is only £5.99, making it £43 cheaper than the high-end make-up product. 

The second item that Jessie found was Lacura’s Eyeshadow Primer, which she claimed is an almost identical dupe to the Urban Decay Eyeshadow Primer.

Following this, Jessie managed to get her hands on the Lacura Cashmere Glow Luminous Foundation, which is just £5.99.

Jessie believed that this foundation was strikingly similar to the high-end Armani Luminous Silk Foundation, which is £39 more expensive. 

Not only this, but Jessie also picked up the Lacura Quad Eyeshadow Palette, which costs just £3.99.

According to Jessie, this product is a dupe for the Charlotte Tilbury Pillow Talk Dreams Palette, which is £39 more expensive. 

She also spotted a mascara dupe called Girl Gone Bad, which she claimed was a dupe for Benefit’s They’re Real mascara.

Not only this, but for £2.99 Jessie spotted a Lacura BB Cream, which she thought was a dupe for Garnier’s BB Cream that would save you £7.99. 

She also spotted a lip liner and a lip gloss that she thought were pretty similar to Charlotte Tilbury’s Pillow Talk liner and lip gloss.

As well as this, Jessie was pleased to find some brilliant skincare dupes too.

She was luckily enough to get her hands on Lacura’s Multi-Peptide moisturiser, which she thought was a dupe for the Drunk Elephant Protini Polypeptide cream.

The Aldi bargain was only £6.99 – a whopping £50 cheaper than the popular branded version. 

Not only this but she also picked up the Lacura pineapple microdermabrasion scrub, which she classed as a dupe for the Wishful Yo Glow Scrub. 

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For just £3.99, this bargain buy would save you a whopping £30 on the expensive scrub. 

Finally, Jessie also spotted the Lacura Guardian Perfume, which she thought to be a dupe of the Theirry Mugler Angel perfume. 

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