The Best Beauty Buys At Aldi

Aldi’s ever-expanding beauty range now contains a variety of dupes that are a decent match for their more expensive counterparts. From silky facial oils to covetable palettes and cosseting creams, here are our favourite finds.

Desert Rain Eyeshadow Palette, £5.99

Why It’s Popular: Designed to mimic Anastasia Beverly Hills' cult tones, this palette houses beautiful taupe, copper and shimmery shades, all of which will look good on anyone. It’s all you need for a wearable day-to-day smokey eye. What’s more, their velvet-y texture means they blend together seamlessly, with a pigment that’s rich and long-lasting.

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Caviar Illumination Night Cream, £6.99

Why It’s Popular: You have to be quick with this one, as it regularly sells out, with a string of loyal fans applauding its multi-tasking benefits. Designed to protect, soothe and moisturise dry skin, it’s also full of anti-inflammatory ingredients, so you can treat irritation in a flash, too. What’s more, it’s said to improve the appearance of spots: try a very thin layer on any new, angry breakouts, and watch redness diminish overnight.

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Miracle Oil Spray, £4.99

Why It’s Popular: An Aldi bestseller, this multi-purpose miracle oil can be used all over to provide skin, hair or cuticles with instant moisture. Rich in oils, it feels incredibly luxe, without ever being too greasy or thick. Use a smattering to eliminate frizz and flyaways, or scrunch some into strands for visible sheen. 

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Pink Clay & Golden Glow Mask, £6.99

Why It’s Popular: Budget face masks don’t get much better than this. At just £6.99, it’s a great iteration of similar formulas on the market. Australian kakadu plum (a form of vitamin C) and witch hazel sink into the skin, breaking down dead skin cells, dirt and grime to leave skin looking fresher in an instant. These ingredients also help to control excess oil, while shrinking pores, too. Use it once or twice a week for at least 15-minutes. For an extra boost, mix in a few drops of oil to give it a richer texture.

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Rose Facial Oil, £3.99

Why It’s Popular: If you enjoy the glow-giving benefits of an oil, you’ll love this one from Lacura. Brimming with rose and pomegranate oils, it gently softens the skin without leaving a greasy, sticky film behind. Massage in a few drops after cleansing for a plumping boost or apply with your base make-up to increase luminosity. Unlike other oils, it’s not too occlusive, so you never have to worry about potential breakouts.

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Too Legit Mascara, Pack Of Two £11.98

Why It’s Popular: Does this look familiar? This inky mascara has been inspired by Benefit’s cult They’re Real formula. At just £5.99, it quickly builds volume, density and length in just a few sweeps. Plus, the oval-shaped wand allows you to get right to the roots so that you can catch even the smallest of lashes. Expect a full, fluttery finish that doesn’t smudge or flake throughout the day. 

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