If there’s one thing we love – it’s an affordable dupe of our FAVOURITE products.
While we love our tried and tested favourites, stocking up on them over the months can prove to be a pretty expensive hobby. So if there’s a chance to bag our favourite beauty bits for a bit less money, we’re ALL for it.
So you can only imagine how excited we were when he heard that one of our fave budget stores, was launching a copy of Urban Decay’s famous Naked eyeshadow palette.
Aldi have announced that they are launching the Naturals eyeshadow palette as part of their Lacura range – and it looks remarkably similar to the original, Urban Decay one!
With 12 different shades to compliment almost any skin-tone, it’s easy to see why fans are getting excited about this.
But while the two products look similar, there’s a huge difference in their pricing. While the Urban Decay Naked palettes, of which there are three, generally tend to sell for around £40, Aldi’s offering is just £6! That’s 84% cheaper – so we’re pretty much sold!
The retailer are launching two separate palettes, one named ‘Naturals’ and one called ‘Naturals 2’. The names also bear striking similarities to the original palettes, which are called Naked, Naked 2, and Naked 3.
Aldi’s offering features 12 flattering shades, ranging from nude through to a dark grey – perfect for a night out or a casual day trip.
Both palettes also feature a big mirror, for easy application, and a handy, double-sided brush, for the perfect eyelid sweep.
And excitingly, we don’t actually have to wait long for these new budget products either.
According to OK!, the Aldi eyeshadow palette will be available from Aldi for online pre-order from May 13th. However, if you prefer to check it out in-store, you can get them in your local shops from 19th May.
But if you fancy adding these palettes to your collection, you may want to be quick. The product is already gaining a lot of hype, so we’re predicting a sell-out success!
Will you be picking up the Naturals palette? Or will you be sticking to your trust Naked palette? Let us know!