Aldi shoppers clearly love the supermarket's makeup range so much that several products continuously sell out, and their eyeshadow palettes are certainly among the most popular.
Wondering why a supermarket beauty buy could be so tempting? Well, they have released several eyeshadows that are similar to Urban Decay's widely-loved Naked palettes – for £40 cheaper.
The one we've currently got our eye on (no pun intended) is the Lacura Naturals Nectar, which is the last of the palettes that is still available to buy.
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Already sold out online, shoppers will have to go to their local Aldi to see if they can get their hands on the £6 product, which is packed full of stunning warm golden tones – perfect for summer.
The 12 shades include glittery gold, matt brown, nude and copper, which can all be blended to create a classic smokey eye, a neutral daytime look or even a glamorous cut-crease.
Lacura Naturals Nectar palette, £5.99, Aldi
In comparison, Urban Decay's Naked Honey Eyeshadow Palette also includes 12 gorgeous golden neutrals for £45.
Shoppers have left rave reviews about the Aldi alternative, with one writing: "Gorgeous colours and amazing quality. Pretty much identical to the naked pallet but at a fraction of the price. Guilt-free treat for yourself."
Naked Honey Eyeshadow Palette, £45, Urban Decay
A second added: "Amazing purchased some last year great quality just like the naked eyeshadows 1 and 2. Superb quality x."
Aldi also used to sell two more similar eyeshadow palettes from Lacura – Revamped Naturals, containing six colours, and Intense Naturals, featuring 12 highly pigmented neutral shades.
However, they have both now sold out online and in-store – so time is of the essence if you want to shop the final remaining palette!
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