Shoppers are racing to pick up Aldi’s latest Olaplex dupes which are way cheaper & people say they work just as well | The Sun

BEAUTY fans are racing to Aldi to pick up their latest stash of Olaplex dupes – and this time., there's even more goodies.

Taking to TikTok, beauty whizz Summer Gorman decided to try the latest collection for herself to see if it was worth th3e hype.

The Bonded shampoo and conditioner are now part of the usual Lacura range found in stores and cost £3.99 each instead of £56 for the Olaplex Bond Maintenance shampoo and conditioner set.

But for the rest of the haircare set you better be quick as they're only stores for a limited time.

The new range includes the bonded pre-shampoo treatment for £3.99 whereas the original costs £28.

There's also a deep moisturising mask for £4.99 instead of £28 and a purple shampoo for blondes for £3.99 instead of £21.


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Summer started by wetting her hair and applying the pre-treatment, before brushing it through and leaving it for ten minutes.

She then washed it out and went in with the Bonded shampoo and conditioner.

Finally, she put on the deep moisturising mask for ten minutes on the lengths of her hair and washed it out.

The beauty fan was seriously impressed with the final results and her blonde locks looked seriously moisturised.

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"YOU NEED THIS NEW DUPE RANGE IN ALDI OMG OMG OMG," she captioned the clip posted to her account @summer_gorman.

Another beauty fan was also quick to head down to Aldi to find the dupes.

TikToker @lysha_lou urged shoppers to run before the range sells out.

After spotting the dupes she said: "I don't know Aldi, you're doing bits at the moment."

Stunned by the selection, she also found some of the Sol De Janeiro dupes in her store and people were seriously envious.

One person wrote: "Can't believe you got some and I couldn't find the sol."

Another commented: "Which one man?!?!???"

"Which Aldi," penned a third.

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