Fans are going crazy over Aldi beauty dupes, including a copy for Laura Mercier setting powder – but £28 cheaper | The Sun

BEAUTY fans are scrambling to get their hands on the latest collection of Aldi dupes, including a cheap copy for the iconic Laura Mercier setting powder.

Aldi has long been a favourite for many – and this time, the brand hasn't failed to surprise fans either.

One happy shopper, Molly Hopkins, took it to social media to share her finds – and it's safe to say, the fan was impressed.

In a video, which has since taken the internet by storm, racking up close to 180,000 views in less than a day, the beauty lover decided to put the Aldi dupes to test and see if they're truly worth the hype.

Amongst these, the blonde stunner revealed, was a dupe for the Bobby Brown Vitamin Enriched Face Base.

Whereas its high-end sister will set you back £46.50, the Aldi version, The Vitabase Moisturising Primer, costs just £5.99.

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Just like Georgia Baigrie, another beauty lover who had also reviewed the product, Molly noted the striking similarities in the packaging and said they were the ''exact same''.

One sniff later, and she also concluded that both the products smell identical too.

''I can't believe they got that right,'' she said whilst applying the cream on her face.

''That feels scary similar.''

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''This is literally a steal,'' Molly gave a positive review.

Next up on the list of the items she tried out was a copy for the IT Cosmetics CC Foundation Cream, which retails for a whopping £26.

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Its Aldi dupe can be bagged at £4.99, making it more than £20 cheaper.

Tapping in the product using a beauty sponge, Molly said it left her skin looking ''nice and natural'', before she went on to give a go to the Laura Mercier dupe.

Aldi's version, Lacura Flawless Veil Translucent Powder, which can be purchased for £4.99, instantly removed the shine from her face.

''It has really made a nice, like blurring difference to the skin.

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''OMGG! The best ones yet, Aldi come through!'' the beauty lover captioned the viral clip.

Another bonus, she noted, was that all the products had the leaping bunny symbol, which makes them cruelty-free.

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