Want to snag your favourite beauty products without breaking the bank? Checking out your local drugstore is your best bet. Boots is one place that is a haven for beauty dupes, as more and more brands are delivering similar products for so much less than you can find in typical makeup counters. Here are the newest drugstore beauty dupes of 2018 that will save you lots of money this year.
Last year, Aldi released a dupe for everybody’s favourite Liz Earle Hot Cloth Cleanser, and people loved it so much that they’re bringing it back this year! For just £3.99, you certainly won’t mind getting your hands on plenty of these drugstore beauty dupes.
Okay so Primark doesn’t exactly count as a drugstore, but the prices of their makeup products are totally in the same range as trusted drugstore brands. For example, for just £6 you could snag products that mimic Kim Kardashian’s contour kit and Kylie Jenner’s lip kits.
If you’ve been on the hunt for a mascara that will deliver great volume and length, you’ve probably heard of Kevyn Aucoin’s The Volume Mascara. Lucky for you, you can get a similar effect from Maybelline’s new Total Tempation Mascara for a fraction of the cost of the original!
While this product has been around for ages, it’s only just regained popularity this year. Makeup artists and beauty editors have hailed this multi-purpose product as a dupe for Creme de la Mer. While the consistency is a bit different, the plant-based oils deliver the same hydration and skincare benefits.
You might’ve seen the elegant Artis brushes floating around YouTube or Instagram, and while these brushes do offer expert blending, not everyone can afford to spend over £300 on a set of makeup tools. Don’t worry, with Real Techniques’ Blend and Blur collection you can still have the look and feel of these brushes for under £20!
This year, Rihanna released a range of glow products that took the internet by storm. Her Body Lava was an instant hit, but unfortunately it was limited edition. If you didn’t manage to get your hands on it, get your hands on L’Oreal’s dupe!
Maybelline’s Burgundy Bar would be a great dupe for anyone eyeing the Anastasia Beverly Hills’ Modern Renaissance palette. The warm, rosy shades are almost perfect matches, and cost far far less than the original.
Aldi strikes again! These cleansing pads are an exact dupe for the Nip + Fab exfoliating pads, and will only cost you £2.49.
Which of the drugstore beauty dupes of 2018 will you try? Let us know in the comments!
Featured Image Source: www.unsplash.com
Current student at University of St Andrews, Scotland. Obsessed with anything related to beauty, skin care and finding the perfect pair of jeans. Instagram: @rachelmarieabreu