Aldi is relaunching its sell-out Lacura make-up range which is priced from £2.99… but you’d better be quick – The Sun

BUDGET supermarket Aldi is bringing back its sell-out make-up range due to popular demand – but you’ll have to be quick to snap up the bargains.

The Lacura range, which includes highlighters, powder and correcting stick which are priced from £2.99, flew off shelves when it was released as a purse-friendly alternative to luxury brands.

 Aldi's Lacura CC Colour Correcting Stick Set for £4.99 includes three shades for tackling redness and blotches
Aldi’s Lacura CC Colour Correcting Stick Set for £4.99 includes three shades for tackling redness and blotches
 The Aldi £4.99 set has been compared to Max Factor's £9.99 alternative
The Aldi £4.99 set has been compared to Max Factor’s £9.99 alternative

It is now back in stores and online and is sure to be popular with savvy shoppers.

The beauty is inspired by YSL, Max Factor, L’Oréal and Garnier and includes concealer, corrector pens, powder, mascaras, BB cream and a brand-new lip gloss.

Included in the batch is Aldi’s Lacura CC Colour Correcting Stick Set, which is on sale for £4.99, and includes three sticks for tackling blemishes.

These include a concealer stick, which provides light coverage to give an even complexion, a green stick to reduce redness and small vein visibility and a rose stick, which balances out dark shadows on the face and under the eyes.

 Lacura Mineral Powder and Brush, which costs £3.79, was inspired by L’Oreal's £6.99 True Match powder
Lacura Mineral Powder and Brush, which costs £3.79, was inspired by L’Oreal’s £6.99 True Match powder
 Lacura Cushion Lip Gloss is £2.99, which is new to Aldi’s beauty range, and is available in brick, nude and neutral shades
Lacura Cushion Lip Gloss is £2.99, which is new to Aldi’s beauty range, and is available in brick, nude and neutral shades
 There are three mascaras in Aldi’s range, Lacura 3D-effect Mascara, Lacura XXL Extreme Lashes Mascara and Lacura Volume Sensational Mascara, cost £2.49 each
There are three mascaras in Aldi’s range, Lacura 3D-effect Mascara, Lacura XXL Extreme Lashes Mascara and Lacura Volume Sensational Mascara, cost £2.49 each

It is described as being a cheaper alternative to Max Factor’s correcting pens, which cost £9.99 each.

There is also concealer pens for £2.99, which are inspired by YSL’s popular £25.50 Touche Éclat Highlighting Pen.


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And the budget giant’s £2.99 Lacura BB Cream is described as a lighter alternative to foundation, and is 70 per cent cheaper than Garnier’s £9.99 BB Cream.

Next you can top up and set your make-up with the supermarket’s Lacura Mineral Powder and Brush which costs £3.79, which is inspired by L’Oreal’ £6.99 True Match powder.

 Aldi’s Lacura Concealer Pen will set you back £2.99 and aims to help you say goodbye to dark circles
Aldi’s Lacura Concealer Pen will set you back £2.99 and aims to help you say goodbye to dark circles
 The £2.99 concealer pen by inspired by YSL’s £25 Touche Éclat Highlighting Pen
The £2.99 concealer pen by inspired by YSL’s £25 Touche Éclat Highlighting Pen
 The budget giant’s £2.99 Lacura BB Cream is described as a lighter alternative to foundation
The budget giant’s £2.99 Lacura BB Cream is described as a lighter alternative to foundation
 The £2.99 cream is is 70 per cent cheaper than Garnier’s £9.99 BB Cream
The £2.99 cream is is 70 per cent cheaper than Garnier’s £9.99 BB Cream

To complete your look add a coat of Aldi’s new Lacura Cushion Lip Gloss, which costs £2.99 and is available in brick, nude and neutral shades, and is enriched with shea butter and macadamia nut oil.

Finally there are three mascaras in Aldi’s range, Lacura 3D-effect Mascara, Lacura XXL Extreme Lashes Mascara and Lacura Volume Sensational Mascara, which are all a steal at £2.49 each.

You can snap up the entire collection, and transform your make-up bag within minutes, for just £20.94.

Aldi’s popular Lacura Caviar Illumination range, which flew off the shelves when it was first launched, is touted as a bargain priced alternative of the La Prairie Skin Caviar Collection.