Beauty lovers claim this makeup collection from Home Bargains trumps luxury brands

From Primark to Aldi, our favourite thrift stores and supermarkets are dipping their toes into the beauty sphere with aplomb.

Once upon a time, you’d have to fork out half of your monthly salary to stock up on your favourite beauty buys but thankfully, the high street is fast catching up.

Thanks to these purse-friendly beauty ranges, you can snap up cult creations that sparked success overnight, and praise-worthy newbies that actually live up to the hype (and we can attest that Aldi’s Too Legit mascara does just that).

The latest budget beauty range to strike a cord with makeup fans is a somewhat surprising one but it’s amassing so much positive feedback.

Home Bargains’ Olivia Hale collection has been inundated with five star reviews from shoppers online who say it’s better than its luxury (and pricey!) counterparts.

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One of the range’s heroes is a £1.99 contour kit and the description reads: “Whether you’re a seasoned make-up connoisseur or simply mesmerised by the illusions created by Ru Paul et al; this fantastic contour set will have you creating the shapes and lines you’ve dreamed of having.” There’s also a £2.49 brush which will apparently ‘help you to apply your cosmetics with ease and create a professional look’ and is ‘ideal for contouring and defining cheeks for high definition results.’

According to FEMAIL, fans of the range took to the comments section in their droves to praise the thrifty collection, with one saying: “Love this.. 99p blusher, highlighter and bronzer.. Unreal…” and another urging beauty buffs to try out the lipglosses.

One implored: “Ladies try the eyebrow palette – it’s great and stays put” and another described the range as “excellent value for money and lovely to boot”.

Will you be trying out the purse-friendly range? If you love a bargain beauty buy, make sure you check out our supermarket beauty buys and 100 best beauty products on the high street that cost under £30.

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