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£48.50 Perfume Vs £1.99 Perfume: The Results + other cheap perfume knockoffs

£48.50 Perfume Vs £1.99 Perfume: The Results + other cheap perfume knockoffs

Got a Lidl nearby? This is worth a buy + it’s often on half price at just £1.99

Lidl Suddenly Madame Glamour, £4 (often on offer at £1.99)
Smells like: Chanel Coco Mademoiselle, £48.50

In sniff-tests, Lidl’s incredibly cheap perfume often beats Chanel – and at one-tenth of the price of the high-end scent, you can definitely afford to pop it in your trolley.

Downsides: It only lasts a fraction of the amount of time the Chanel lasts (2-3 hours max Vs 5-7 with Chanel) so maybe pick up one of these mini spray bottles > http://amzn.to/1xDRbQk

Full list of ‘knock off’ smells:

Lidl Suddenly Diamonds is a copy of Boss Orange
Lidl Suddenly Woman I is an excellent dupe of Chanel No5

Milton Lloyd Hawaii, £5
Smells like: Chloé, £44.50 The packaging of these two light, feminine scents is very different, but inside the bottle, the smell is remarkably similar – clean, floral, and very wearable. We get our Milton Lloyd perfumes online, but look out for them in local discount stores too!

Zara Black Peony, £7.99
Smells like: Viktor & Rolf Flower Bomb, £44.55 Zara have an amazing range of perfumes that start from less than £10 – this one has the same fruity, freesia smell as Viktor & Rolf’s less purse-friendly bottle.

Marks and Spencer Butterfly, £12.50
Smells like: Marc Jacobs Daisy, £34.02 If you’re a fan of Marc Jacob’s best-selling Daisy, you’ll probably love M&S’s Butterfly too – it’s got that fresh, outdoorsy feel, although it’s slightly less woody than the original.

Next Just Pink, £8
Smells like: Ralph Lauren Romance, £38 Both these scents have a rich, rosy base that suits almost every woman – and from a distance, you couldn’t tell the packaging apart either…

Avon Eternal Magic, £7
Smells like: Lancôme Hypnôse, £22.99 Clean and fresh with a hint of vanilla, this Avon perfume is almost a perfect match for Lancome’s Hypnose – the scent doesn’t last as long, but it’s so affordable it doesn’t really matter if you have to spritz a little extra later in the day.

Next Cashmere, £8
Smells like: Estée Lauder Sensuous Nude, £32.40 These pretty, powdery perfumes have a comparable luxurious, musky base – the bottles are equally lovely and we had a hard time telling the scents apart too.

Marks and Spencer True Red, £12.50
Smells like: Hugo Boss Deep Red, £25 Half the price, just as orangey and earthy – even the name sounds the same! These spicy scents are very much night-time perfumes – the slimmer M&S bottle is the perfect size for popping in your handbag.

Zara Rose, £7.99
Smells like: Dior J’adore, £46.50 Okay, so the Zara product won’t look quite as impressive on your dressing table, but on the skin, it really is almost the same thing, for a fraction of the price.
Also smells like Narciso Rodriguez for her

River Island London, £12
Smells like: Miss Dior Cherie, £46.50 Sticking with Dior, this River Island bargain bears more than a striking resemblance to the Miss Dior range – particularly the sadly now-defunct Cherie variation. A great way to get your fix of a fragrance that’s not around anymore.

nSpa Orient, £8
Smells like: Armani Code for Women, £43.50 If floral, oriental scents are your thing, pick up a bottle of nSpa’s Orient next time you’re at Asda – it’s a dead ringer for Armani’s Code, right down to the flowers on the bottle.

Milton Lloyd Stars, £5
Smells like: Thierry Mugler Alien, £33.50 Thierry Mugler might have the edge design-wise, but we can’t believe the Milton Lloyd version costs less than a fiver – it smells pretty much identical and you’ll get just as many compliments when you’re wearing it!

Marks and Spencer Azure Breeze, £16
Smells like: D&G Light Blue, £39.99 Erm, we’re not just seeing double, we’re smelling double too, these fruity, cedar-rich scents are virtually indistinguishable. If you loved Light Blue in the 90s, it’s totally worth reinvesting in a bottle of the M&S edition.

Next Gold, £14
Smells like: Yves Saint Laurent Cinema, £42.50 These gorgeous gold perfumes are just as Oscar-worthy as each other – and once you’ve sprayed them on, you’ll have trouble telling them apart. Amber-led and full of blossom, either will smell great on your skin – it’s just that one costs three times more than the other.

New look have some cheap perfumes, one smells like DKNY (the green one) and the others smell like other expensive brands, just don’t know the names of them.

Source: Time Inc and 10ways testers

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