Aldi is selling a new make-up range and you can snap up palettes for under £5

WITH lockdown restrictions slowly easing there will be more and more opportunities to put some slap on.

And Aldi has released a whole new range of make-up meaning you can look your best on a budget.

The supermarket has launched new beauty products as part of its Lacura range including a primer, serum and cheek palette, which are all dupes of high end items.

The Lacura Cheek Palette £4.99 is inspired by Benefits' pricey Cheekleaders Mini Pink Squad palette costing £26.

The budget supermarket previously released a dupe of the Urban Decay NAKED palette that would set you back £43, with its budget NATURALS palette costing just £5.99.

And after becoming a hit with shoppers, Aldi has launched three new editions of the sell-out palette, Smoky, NATURALS 2 and Intense, all containing 12 new shades.

  • Cheekleaders Mini Pink Squad palette, £26, Benefit – buy here

The Lacura Rose Facial Oil (£3.99,) makes for the perfect base following a scrub with the Lacura Hot Cloth Cleanser

Meanwhile Smashbox fans can pick up the Lacura Snapshot Ready Illuminating Primer for just £5.99 which promises the same results as the high end Photo Finish version from the cosmetics company.

  • Photo Finish primer, £28, Smashbox – buy here

Finish your look with the £3.99 setting spray which is said to do the same job as the Urban Decay Setting Spray.

And it’s not just makeup, the supermarket has also launched a copycat version of the cult fave the Tangle Teezer which comes in at £12.

The Lacura Detangling Hair Brush is a snip at just £2.49.

Most of the products are only available in store but you can browse the range online here.

In other beauty news, this woman revealed how to achieve longer lashes in seconds without using mascara.

And Primark shares easy step-by-step guide for cleaning your make-up brushes using stuff you have at home.

Meanwhile we reveal when hairdressers reopen how will haircuts will work – the 7 things you need to know about your first visit.

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