IT’S no secret that Primark is our one-stop shop for all things beauty related, especially when it comes to luxury make-up dupes.
But now their latest beauty dupe has been inspired by a certain sparkly range that celebs can’t get enough of… including highlighter Queen herself Kim Kardashian.
Taking inspiration from Iconic London’s cult favourite liquid illuminators, Primark’s new range of liquid highlighters are the easiest (and cheapest) way to brighten up your beauty regime. Literally.
And considering Iconic’s impressive celeb fan base, this amazing Primark dupe also means you can get a Kim Kardashian-approved glow for just a fraction of their usual £33 price tag. Winning.
With their stunning pigment and range of bronze and iridescent shimmers, these £4 highlights are almost identical to the Iconic originals in both shade range and shimmer.
So whether you’re mixing them in with your foundation, adding a subtle streak along the cheekbones or using as a shimmery primer, the make-up possibilities when it comes to this bargain liquid highlighter.
- Iconic London Illuminator, £33 from Cult Beauty – buy now
Kim K herself was also spotted showing off some serious shimmer on Instagram back in February courtesy of the Iconic London range.
Tell us that pinky-gold highlight isn’t total make-up goals.
Plus celebrities including Perrie Edwards, High School Musical star Vanessa Hugens and TOWIE star Lucy Mecklenburgh are also fans of radiant collection.
Talk about a must-have beauty range.
But considering the celebrity-approved, illuminating drops sold out within ten minutes of their launch earlier this year (not to mention their fairly hefty £33 price tag), we’ll just stick to the Primark dupes thanks.
Their £3 price tag justifies purchasing all three colours, right?
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And Primark’s £3.50 highlighter dupe looks almost identical to Rihanna’s £26 version.