Lidl is selling a £4 perfume that customers say smells exactly like Chanel’s £86 Coco Mademoiselle

SHOPPERS are going wild for a £3.99 perfume from Lidl which they claim is the dupe of a designer fragrance from Chanel.

The Suddenly Madame Glamour is being hailed as “identical” to the classic Coco Chanel Mademoiselle scent which is priced at £86 for a 100ml bottle.

Both fragrances feature notes of bergamot, rose and jasmine but the Lidl version is just a fraction of the price.

And fans claim there is no difference between the French fashion house’s take and the one from the budget German supermarket.

Taking to the Facebook group Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK, run by money saving mum Holly Smith, women have been sharing their glowing reviews of the scent.

One wrote: “For those of you who use Chanel Coco Mademoiselle… This smells identical and is only £3.99 in Lidl! Thank me later.”

  • Coco Chanel Mademoiselle, £86 for 100ml – buy here 

Agreeing another added: “Lidl – suddenly by Madame glamour £3.99 it's an amazing dupe of Chanel Coco mademoiselle which is £65 literally cannot tell the difference!”

A third added: “My favourite perfume Chanel 'Coco Mademoiselle' on the right £98 from boots, perfume on the left 'Suddenly' from lidl for £3.99!!

“They smell exactly the same I am really impressed.”

In fact the perfume has become so popular since its launch that it is now being flogged for up to three times the price on eBay as shoppers scramble to get their hands on it.

The budget supermarket has previously won praise for its bargain beauty range with a scent called Aura En Rose, £4.99 being compared to Lancome's La Vie Est Belle which costs £82 at Amazon.


Another smell getting the Lidl treatment is Narciso Rodriguez For Her, which Fragrance Avenue is selling for £74.99 for a 100ml bottle.

Meanwhile, lovers of DKNY Woman – priced at £50 for 100ml at Boots – will want to snap up Aura New York.

Elsewhere in beauty news shoppers are going wild for Primark's £2 false nails that last "multiple hair washes" and "two week holidays" without lifting.

Plus an £8 fake tan which takes just ONE HOUR to develop and promises no streaks has sent beauty fans into a frenzy.

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