Shopper shares the new dupes to land in Primark, including a lookalike for Drunk Elephant bronzing drops that's £30 less | The Sun

A PRIMARK super fan has revealed the latest dupes to land on shelves this month – and you can now nab a copy of Drunk Elephant brozing drops for just £3.

The discount store Primark has long been a favourite amongst those after affordable fashion, beauty and even homeware bargains – and looks like the latest make-up and skincare collection has not left customers disappointed either.

According to one bargain-hunting shopper, Alex Pavlova, the new Primark range features a number of budget-friendly dupes of popular high-end products.

Not one to gatekeep, the beauty lover took to TikTok where she revealed what you can get your hands on this winter – and the cheap finds will make for the perfect Christmas pressies.

One find, she listed in the video, was PS… Prep + Perfect Refreshing Setting Spray, which retails for a fiver.

This little number, Alex reckoned, was a close match for the Prep + Prime spray by MAC Cosmetics – however, there was one major difference, the price.

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Whilst the high-street make-up essential sells for £5, the high-end version will set you back by an eye-watering £28, making it over five times more pricey.

The latest range to hit the stores also includes a dupe for the influencer-loved brozing drops by the posh Drunk Elephant, which scans for an astronimical £33.

Primark's lookalike, PS… Instant Brozing Drops, meanwhile, sell for just £3, saving you a whopping £30 – a total no-brainer.

Another skincare must-have you can now bag is Primark's new Glow Cream Illuminating Primer that's thought to be an affordable alternative to MAC's Strobe Cream.

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Unlike the high-end skincare essential which scans for £32 at Boots, Primark's version costs less than a fiver, scanning for £4.50 at the till.

Looking for a less costly alternative to the viral cult favourite The Pore-fessional Primer by Benefit? Then Alex reckoned Primark's brand new Pore Smoothener is the perfect match – and it sells for £4.

The latest collection also has some make-up bits, including a dupe for Benefit's loved Rollex Lash mascara.

Whereas the real deal will set you back by a whopping £25.50, the more affordable lookalike, Roll Model at Primark, sells for a mere £2.50- cha-ching.

There's something also for those on the lookout for a budget-friendly concealer – PS… Conceal & Illuminate Undereye Concealer will make you look rested and radiant in just seconds.

This affordable buy, which retails for £3.50, Alex thought to be a close copy of the Ereaser Multi-Use Concealer by the drugstore brand Maybelline, £9.

According to the delighted shopper, who had also given the lookalikes a try, these are the ''best dupes'' in the market.

Dozens raced to comments – however, not everyone was raving about the products.

One warned others, writing: ''The concealer is nowhere near a dupe.''

Another said: ''Love the setting spray, keeps the make-up on so well.''

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''They need to get more brozing drops,'' someone else demanded.

''It's only a dupe if the ingredients are the same.''

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