Beauty fans go wild over Superdrug dupe for the viral Charlotte Tilbury Pillowtalk lippy – but it's over £20 cheaper | The Sun

IT'S the lipstick that's taken over our social media feeds – the viral Pillowtalk lippy by Charlotte Tilbury.

But if you're not too keen to spend over £26 on this must-have, fear not, as beauty fans have discovered a dupe that costs less than a fiver.

One of those raving about this make-up product was the budget beauty lover Beauty Glow Girl (@beautyglowgirl) on TikTok.

''Almost everyone loves the Charlotte Tilbury Pillowtalk lipstick,'' she told her 145.2k fans on the social media giant.

'''There is an alternative on TikTok Shop for £3.75 – and it's exactly the same.''

The inexpensive lippy is called Satin Kiss in the shade Chauffer by Revolution and is also available at you favourite drugstores, Superdrug and Boots.

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Demonstrating how the two compared, the UK-based make-up enthusiast then applied the real deal on on side of her lips and the bargain buy on the other.

''No difference,'' the woman was stunned by the results, adding that this was her ''favourite'' dupe of the iconic lippy.

Since being shared online, the video has taken the internet by storm, racking up close to 70k views and dozen comments.

But although Beauty Glow Girl insisted the pair looked the same, TikTok users weren't so sure – they reckoned there was a notable difference.

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One thought: ''Budget so not the same.''

Someone else pointed out: ''I can see that revolution one is lighter.''

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''It might look the same but the CT doesn’t come off I use it and it lasts ages when you wear it,'' another added.

If you're not convinced by this number and want to invest in Charlotte Tilbury make-up line then keep on reading, as one employee recently revealed which products are worth your money.

Offering a helping hand to those wanting to add to their make-up collection, the staff member Visu (@visual.url) revealed which items she'd recommended bagging.

The employee, believed to be from the UK, started off the video with Star Aura Quad mini eyeshadow pallette.

''The shimmer is so fine and dimensional,'' Visu couldn't stop raving about the product, which retails for £43 and comes with shades of blush pink and metallic brown.

If you're after some eyeshadow then Charlotte Tilbury is your best bet, as their new Hypnotising POP Shots in Lover's Diamond had also made it on the list.

This number, priced at £25, will leave you ''with a warm copper shimmer for a dream-sheen gaze''.

Reviewing the product, Visu said: ''Adds depth and easy to apply for beginners.''

Just as impressed the employee was with their cream shadows that can be bagged at £25 and come in a range of stunning shades.

''Romantic, soft finish, can apply with finger or blush,'' Visu said, adding they're perfect for everyday wear.

Fellow make-up enthusiasts will know that a good base starts with hydrated and prepped skin – and according to the employee, Charlotte's Magic Serum Crystal Elixir promises to do just that.

Although the item is more on the pricey end retailing at £63 for a 30ml bottle, the beauty whizz insisted it's worth investing.

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''High niacinamide, seaweed extract, super plumping and helps heal tired skin.

''All the prettiest things I can back up with experience,'' the guru claimed in the caption.

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