Superdrug workers reveal which bargain perfumes are the EXACT dupes of pricey designer versions including Chloe and Dior

THRIFTY shoppers are always on the hunt for affordable dupes which can save them a fortune, particularly on pricey designer perfume and makeup.

So bargain-hunters get ready, because a couple of Superdrug employees have revealed which budget scents from the health and beauty retailer smell exactly like expensive fragrances – including Chloe, Dior and Tom Ford.

The Superdrug employees shared what they think are exact dupes of designer fragrances

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The Superdrug employees shared what they think are exact dupes of designer fragrancesCredit: Tik Tok

The two girls appear to work at the Newbury store and posted a clip on Superdrug’s TikTok page.

They revealed that each scent in the Artiscent Atelier range is an exact dupe of a popular, more expensive perfume, but costs just £9.99 for a 50ml bottle.

In the clip, they started with the Spring Fleur scent which they said was a dupe for the popular Chloé Fleur de Parfum, which can retail for up to £75.

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