SHOPPERS are rushing to the high street for a chance to grab an incredible Chanel bronzer dupe for less than a tenner.
The discovery was made at a local Boots store in the Collection make-up section, and beauty fans claim it’s just as good as the real deal.
The Chanel dupe is the latest in a long line of products that shoppers are all raving about – including Aldi foundation that’s just like Armani, and shampoo to rival Olaplex – and it’s saving us thousands of pounds.
Just posted on social media, the video by Latest Deals reveals all.
A woman heads to her local Boots and picks up a 30g pot of Collection Cream Bronzer.
“This Collection Cream Bronzer is a dupe for the Chanel bronzer,” she claims.
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“Chanel costs £46 and this Collection bronzer costs £8.99.”
It’s a huge saving, and the product reviews on the Boots website suggest we should all be giving it a go.
One happy customer wrote: “This is an amazing dupe of the Chanel bronzer. It’s super blendable, a perfect shade, can build up the colour and gives a new dewy-but-bronzed look.
“It’s great for a no make-up or summer glow look. Absolutely love this product.”
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A second shopper agreed: “Amazing dupe for Chanel bronzer. Great price and just as good.”
And a third wrote: “Bought this in store when it first came out and it’s amazing.
“It’s so easy to blend, not patchy, not too orange but not too cool toned either.
“I love it so much, it’s such a creamy texture and it’s just amazing.”
Boots describes the Collection bronzer as buildable and lightweight for an instant sunkissed finish.
To use it, swirl a large make-up brush to pick up the product and buff all over your face.
If you want a more sculpted look, use a smaller brush and blend under the cheekbones, avoiding the rest of the face.
Also featured alongside the Chanel bronzer dupe was a Collection contour stick (£4.99) – a dupe of the Fenty beauty match stick (£25).
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Plus there’s the e.l.f halo glow liquid filter foundation (£14) – a dupe of Charlotte Tilbury’s Hollywood flawless filter (£39).
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