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Luxe to less: The best celeb beauty dupes you need to know about

These killer cosmetics are as cheap as they are cheerful.

By Amber Elias
Our favourite A-listers often lean on expensive beauty products when they're glamming up for the red carpet, which is why we decided to round up the best cheap alternatives to these celeb cult beauty buys.
Yep, you can thank us later.
From the very best in lash-lengthening mascara to high-shine fake tan for that year-long summer glow, these dupes will have you saving cash at the checkout without ever sacrificing your style.

Gwyneth Paltrow's body smoother

Gwyneth Paltrow is all about au naturale beauty, and this aromatic, lavender-scented body oil is filled with organic ingredients that sooth and nourish the skin.
This In Essence body oil also contains natural oils to moisturise the skin, but comes in at a fraction of the price.

Julianna Margulies' rosy flush

The pink colour with flecks of gold shimmer suits nearly everyone, but this NYX formula has a similar look on the cheek.

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley's golden tan

"James Read Sleep Mask Tan is the best facial tanning product I've ever used, I can't stop using it." Rosie Huntington-Whiteley told Teen Vogue, and we can understand why she loves it so much.
However, like this sleep mask tan, the (much-easier-on-the-wallet) Trilogy version is made from a gel formula and contains aloe vera to hydrate the skin.

Amy Adams' fluttery lashes

"It just works on me," Amy Adams told Vogue about her love for this Benefit Mascara.
The Benefit fluffy brush gives you lots of volume and thickens lashes, but you can you also get a full-lash look from the Rimmel formula because they have similar brushes.

Kate Hudson's skin saviour

"I have the kind of skin that if I use too many different products, it goes crazy", says Kate Hudson, which is why she uses this Kate Hudson swears by this dreamy Elemis cream.
Although, both of these night creams work on repairing your skin's barrier and reducing the appearance of wrinkles with collagen.