WHILE most of us would probably prefer to use high-end makeup, it is possible to cut costs and create picture-perfect looks using cheaper dupes.

Beauty enthusiast and cosmetic chemist Rifah (@mynameisrifah) took to TikTok to list some of her favourite affordable dupes for popular designer make-up products, including an identical copy for the cult favourite Estée Lauder Double Wear foundation.

By using the following dupes, you could save a great deal of money, so best get running to the nearby Boots and Superdrug.

Estée Lauder Double Wear

''I absolutely love Double Wear and it looks flawless on the skin,'' she said in the video.

''The closest that I found to this is the Make-up Revolution IRL Filter foundation – the coverage is insane on this and you get a similar sort of finish.''

Unlike it's high-end sister which will set you back by over £37, the drugstore version costs under a tenner and can be purchased for £9.99.

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MAC Give Me Sun bronzer

Speaking of the £29 product, Rifah said: ''It's probably the best bronzer that's ever existed.''

But a less pricey dupe for the ''buttery'' make-up staple, she revealed, is Beauty Bay bronzer which retails for just £6.

''I literally use this all the time. It blends amazing on the skin and the colour range is fantastic.''

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If you like the make-up fan love MAC highlighters due to their intense shine, Rifah suggested an alternative that's more than half price.

''The Sleek Solstice palette (£9.99) is literally amazing.

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''It is so glowy and beautiful,'' the cosmetics chemist praised the affordable dupe.

Speaking of drugstore make-up, recently beauty lovers have been going wild over a cheap powder that makes their pores disappear in an instant.

For many years, those who live and breathe all things hair and beauty used to think you need to spend hundreds to achieve that perfect runaway skin.

But now social media users have proved that's not necessary, as one drugstore powder promises to conceal the grease and give your skin a picture-ready look in just seconds.

The best part? It costs just £5.99.

The Maybelline Fit Me Pressed Powder, which has received dozens of positive reviews online, has become a hit amongst many, including Georgia Barratt, who recently went viral after the Passport Photo challenge on TikTok.

The young make-up enthusiast took to the platform to demonstrate just how good the miracle product makes her skin look.

In the video, Georgia used the powder in shade 220 and gently dabbed some of it underneath one of her eyes.

Showing the stark contrast, she said: ''I really don't feel the need to elaborate on this but…

''I don't think I need to say anything else,'' the stunner said.

One happy shopper wrote on Boots website: ''My go-to powder for setting the face. Love it and it has never let me down.''

Someone else was also impressed and penned: ''Have tried many different powders including high end brands and always come back to this one, reduces shine without looking cakey and the colour suits my skin perfectly.''

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''I have been a loyal fan since I first discovered this product 6 years ago.

''It instantly matts the skin without patching, so works great for setting foundation, a little retouch, or an emergency rescue whenever you look oily/sweaty/with runny makeup. Absolutely fantastic!'' a third was obsessed.

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