Elf has just launched a dupe of the £37 Charlotte Tilbury flawless filter foundation and it only costs £14 | The Sun

THE BUDGET beauty brand seems to be dominating the high street over the last few months thanks to their makeup dupes.

And Elf has done it again, creating a dupe for the £37 Charlotte Tilbury flawless filter foundation.


Beauty bargain hunter Georgia Baigrie, form the UK, is always on the hunt for cheap dupes to high end beauty products.

So she was thrilled when she spotted this Elf dupe in stores retailing at just £14 – saving you £23.

Taking to TikTok, she wrote: "I have finally managed to get one, oh my god I'm so excited to try, review coming soon."

The new foundation is called the Halo Glow liquid filter and can be found in stores across the UK, if you can find it.

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Plenty of others have taken to TikTok excited about the foundation dupe, leaving many stores sold out.

Makeup whizz, vanzg3_ on TikTok demonstrated the product in action and was stunned by the results.

"Look at how flawless my base looks, I am so obsessed, 20 out of 10 for the Elf Halo Glow liquid filter," she exclaimed.

The dupe has taken TikTok by storm with many claiming it's the perfect dupe for Charlotte Tilbury's flawless filter foundation.

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However, the Elf dupe does only come in eight colours according to their website.

Viewers of vanzg3_'s video were so impressed by the results they stated they'd be purchasing their own bottle.

One wrote: "You always make me buy things I don’t need."

Another commented: "Annnnd I have been influenced."

A third penned: "Oh yeah I need that! Running to store now!!!"

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