BEAUTY fans are racing to a popular high-street retailer after spotting what they reckon is a dupe for a viral foundation by Charlotte Tilbury.
Over the years, Charlotte Tilbury has become one of the biggest names in the beauty and make-up industry, with their Airbrush Flawless foundation making incredible sales.
But what if you could achieve the same red carpet-ready finish without forking out an eye-watering £39?
Well, fans of Primark believe they've found a product that's very similar to the cult favourite foundation – except, it's £32 cheaper.
One of those who decided to put the PS…Pro Airbrush foundation to test was TikTok user Saskia Field (@saskiafield).
''This was £7,'' revealed Saskia, who had nabbed the product in the shade Beige.
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Before applying the affordable foundation, the beauty enthusiast prepped her skin with the viral PS… Vitamin Enriched Moisturising Primer that costs £4.50.
''Apparently, this is very similar to the Bobbi Brown one, which I've not tried.''
Despite going in quite heavy with the skincare favourite, Saskia had nothing but positive words to say about the primer.
''It does feel very nice. I probably put on more than I needed, especially on my forehead, but it feels good so far.''
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Once ready, the make-up fanatic moved onto the star of the show – the bargain foundation.
Although the shade match wasn't ideal and Saskia noted it was a tad bit too yellow, she did enjoy the consistency of the make-up staple.
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''So far, it actually feels really, really nice. It's obviously very much not my colour.
''I'd say it's like medium coverage, quite glowy […]. It feels very nice on the skin actually, doesn't feel wet.''
Saskia went on to add: ''The shade range is not really it, but when ever is Primark shade range?
''They just don't obviously stock massive amounts of shades.''
She also noted that whilst the packaging claimed it would provide a full coverage, in person the final results were more natural.
''You can still see a bit of redness on my cheek.
''It doesn't say on the bottle whether it's supposed to be matt or dewy, so I don't know.
''But it wasn't matt where it's so matt you feel dry, and it isn't so dewy where you need to powder every inch of your face – so I really like that.''
Fellow beauty fans on TikTok were just as impressed, with one writing: ''Looks so good on your skin! I think I might have to get this!''
Another agreed, commenting: ''Does look really nice I like it.''
''Girl grab you one of the elf blue color correctors and it'll neutralize the yellow in it!'' someone else suggested.
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