Beauty fan saves £100 on epic haul as Superdrug launches sale for today ONLY

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    SINCE we went into lockdown, we’ve got out of the habit of wearing make-up everyday – and although we loved it at first, we miss the feeling of getting all dolled up.

    Well Superdrug has given us a VERY good reason to kickstart our beauty regimes – as they’ve launched a buy-one-get-one-free offer across all their cosmetics.

    But you’d better be quick if you want to get in on the bargains – because the offer is only for today only. *Digs out debit card*

    Posting on the Facebook group Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK, one savvy shopper revealed how she saved £100 on her epic beauty haul.

    Sharing a photo of her online receipt, the shopper revealed how she’d bagged FOUR of Maybelline’s Instant Anti-Age Eraser concealers (normally £8.99 each) for just £12.82.

    Not only are Superdrug offering buy-one-get-one free today, the brand also has a three for two offer across Maybelline and Rimmel products – which also allowed this savvy shopper to buy four £8.99 Rimmel foundations for £12.24.

    Alongside her base bargains, the shopper bought an e.l.f liquid eyeliner for £1.25 and NYX setting spray for £2.40.

    Unsurprisingly, other shoppers are desperate to get in on the amazing deals – which are available both online and in store.

    « Thanks for the post, » one replied. « Got my yearly make up for £34 and some nail polish! »

    Another added: « I was online at midnight getting my order in as I missed out last one! »

    For more beauty bargains, Tesco has a mega beauty sale on with make-up brushes from just 44p.

    And beauty fans are loving Aldi’s new makeup range saying they’re bargain dupes for designers like Nars and Urban Decay.

    Plus Boots has slashed 30% off selected Fenty Beauty products but you’ll need to be quick.

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